"Every time the government sees a rise in cases it seems to panic" Prof Carl Heneghan, head of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University, argues that instead of trying to suppress the virus we should try to minimise the risks
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I wrote to Matt Hancock to warn him of what 66 GPs see on the ground: heart disease, delayed care, terrifying levels of mental health needs & reduction in children’s services. I sent him timely data. Experience. Concern. His reply was cut and paste from old speeches.