Caution is right. But these Covid jabs WILL save lives, writes Professor HERB SEWELL 

Our drug regulators have made the right call. The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine represents a tremendous scientific achievement. It has saved thousands of lives and continues to protect millions of people in this country and beyond. But I agree that it should not be given to the under-30s while there are doubts about its safety in younger … Read more

twice-weekly Covid tests will spark fear-mongering and anxiety, writes DR JOHN LEE 

This perverse plan for twice-weekly Covid tests will spark fear-mongering and anxiety, writes DR JOHN LEE By Dr John Lee For The Daily Mail Published: 22:58 BST, 5 April 2021 | Updated: 23:11 BST, 5 April 2021 The Government’s announcement yesterday of twice-weekly testing for everybody in the country who wants it could hardly be … Read more

We all want a return to normality… regular Covid tests can help, writes Dr JENNY HARRIES

We all want a return to normality… regular Covid tests can help us achieve that, writes UKHSA chief executive Dr JENNY HARRIES By Dr Jenny Harries For The Daily Mail Published: 00:00 BST, 5 April 2021 | Updated: 00:01 BST, 5 April 2021 The new UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) launched last week with the … Read more

Gavin Williamson for Defence Secretary? Absurd! writes ALAN DUNCAN

In our second extract from Alan Duncan’s riotously candid diaries, he continues to support the Prime Minister Theresa May — while criticising her in private. Meanwhile, he is finding the antics of his boss Boris Johnson — now Foreign Secretary — increasingly jaw-dropping… Monday, September 25, 2017 Interesting drink with a banker who was at … Read more

Now we must shatter the tyranny of the woke mob, writes school co-founder KATHARINE BIRBALSINGH CBE 

Yesterday’s landmark report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities caused a sensation. Commissioned in the wake of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests last summer, and led by a panel of distinguished experts from a range of fields, it concludes that Britain is a model of a successful multi-ethnic society: a ‘beacon to … Read more

None has been so wounded as Tiggy Legge-Bourke, writes RICHARD KAY 

All she ever wanted was a contented life as an ordinary loving wife and mother. But Tiggy Legge-Bourke has never been able to escape the consequences of her time as nanny to Prince William and Prince Harry. Instead of the happiest of memories, her years with the Royal Family are now tainted with a dark legacy. … Read more

This holiday ban is another kick in the teeth for my industry, writes Sir ROCCO FORTE 

When I was an undergraduate at Oxford, a friend let me try out his new motorbike – a Norton 500. I jumped on and accelerated away, only to find the bike suddenly rearing up on its back wheel. Terrified, I managed to bring it to a stop some 500 yards later. I have never ridden … Read more

Batley cartoon: Pandering to the mob would be a disaster, writes DR RAKIB EHSAN 

As Britain at last begins to emerge from the pandemic, our country desperately needs a spirit of unity and solidarity. But the inflammatory row at Batley Grammar over a teacher’s use of the Prophet Muhammad’s image in a religious studies class threatens to undermine social cohesion – not just in Yorkshire but across Britain. Unless … Read more

Harry’s home from home: Montecito is a mirror of the Cotswolds he left behind, writes ALISON BOSHOFF

Pristine beaches and majestic mountains. A world-class wine and dining scene. Architecture that’s Instagram gold. Spa culture good enough for Gwyneth. And lots of beautiful people. Montecito, where Prince Harry and Meghan are living ‘authentically’ with their rescue chickens in a mega mansion, is almost improbably perfect.  A pocket-sized community of just nine square miles, … Read more