Government says  who permitted the football match between Liverpool and Atlético Madrid on 11 March to go ahead when Spain had already imposed some Covid restrictions  and says which Ministers were involved in assessing the advice which was given.  It has also replied  to a question on female genital mutilation, saying “We will not tolerate a practice that can cause extreme and lifelong physical and psychological suffering to women and girls.”

Government says who permitted the football match between Liverpool and Atlético Madrid on 11 March to go ahead when Spain had already imposed some Covid restrictions and says which Ministers were involved in assessing the advice which was given. It has also replied to a question on female genital mutilation, saying “We will not tolerate a practice that can cause extreme and lifelong physical and psychological suffering to women and girls.”

Government says who permitted the football match between Liverpool and Atlético Madrid on 11 March to go ahead when Spain had already imposed some Covid restrictions and says which Ministers were involved in assessing the advice which was given. It has also replied to...

The Liverpool -Atlético Madrid Football Match of March 11th raised again in Parliament and by The Liverpool Echo; the loss of jobs because of Covid 19 and the impact on the lowest paid; steps being taken to assess, and to address, the risk of terror groups using the COVID-19 pandemic to recruit new members; and reports that people with COVID-19 have died alone and been left for up to two weeks before being discovered; and Government responds to Jeremy Hunt’s observation that it seems extraordinary that no one appeared to consider the clinical risk to care homes despite widespread knowledge that the virus could be carried asymptomatically.”

The Liverpool -Atlético Madrid Football Match of March 11th raised again in Parliament and by The Liverpool Echo; the loss of jobs because of Covid 19 and the impact on the lowest paid; steps being taken to assess, and to address, the risk of terror groups using the COVID-19 pandemic to recruit new members; and reports that people with COVID-19 have died alone and been left for up to two weeks before being discovered; and Government responds to Jeremy Hunt’s observation that it seems extraordinary that no one appeared to consider the clinical risk to care homes despite widespread knowledge that the virus could be carried asymptomatically.”

The Liverpool -Atlético Madrid Football Match of March 11th raised again in Parliament and by The Liverpool Echo; the loss of jobs because of Covid 19 and the impact on the lowest paid; steps being taken to assess, and to...

Lord David Alton

For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.

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