Matt Hancock
Opinion  /  Published 10.07.21

Tale of two friendships: Khushwant Singh

Footnote Rishi Sunak posted a photograph of himself with Nova, the family’s new Labrador retriever, which his daughters had desperately wanted. Nova made her debut on Instagram, posed perfectly...
By Amit Roy

World  /  Published 28.06.21

'Love rat Matt' and Pantsdown past

Matt Hancock has been called a “love rat” by The Sun after he quit as Britain’s health secretary and also dumped Martha, his apparently blameless wife of 15 years, after the newspape...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 27.06.21

Hancock kisses his ministry goodbye

Britain’s health minister Matt Hancock quit on Saturday after he was caught breaking Covid-19 rules by kissing and embracing an aide in his office, enraging colleagues and the public who have be...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 26.06.21

Hancock sorry after ‘affair’

Will Boris Johnson sack Matt Hancock, the Opposition Labour Party asked on Friday, after the Sun published pictures of Britain’s health secretary in a “passionate clinch” with a clos...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 10.02.21

Covid: UK tests for travellers

Passengers from India intending to fly to the UK ought to be aware of tough new restrictions being brought in by the British government. Firstly, they won’t be allowed in unless they can show a...
By Amit Roy in London

India  /  Published 08.09.20

Oxford Covid-19 vaccine to roll out next year

The Oxford University vaccine for Covid-19 is “likely” to be ready early next year and in the best-case scenario later this year, UK health secretary Matt Hancock told the London radio sta...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 02.06.20

Report confirms ethnic link in deaths

A report by Public Health England into the disproportionately high death toll from Covid-19 among the ethnic minorities that was urgently ordered by Boris Johnson government’s reveals that by May 13...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 15.03.20

UK troops to prevent panic buying at markets

Troops “trained in chemical, biological and nuclear warfare” will deep-clean empty public buildings in Britain in case they need to be turned into hospitals or morgues to deal with the coronavirus...
By Amit Roy in London


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