Michael Gove: Contact between friends and family is something Government wants to see restored
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove has said “contact between friends and family” is something the Government wants to see “restored”.He told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show: “All being well, the Prime Minister will confirm tomorrow that there will be a relaxation, we’ve already indicated a proportionate relaxation on international travel, very limited at this stage because we have to be safe.
Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove has said a second Scottish independence referendum remains off the government's agenda, insisting ministers are instead focusing on Covid and the economy.
The Conservative frontbencher went on to urge Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to "concentrate on the virus rather than pandering to the hardcore of those who want Indy at any price." Report by Buseld. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove has said Covid certification for large scale events like football matches is the "right way to go".
During a visit to the Lighthouse Lab in Glasgow, Mr Gove said: "I believe that the case for certification, overall, is a strong one. It makes sure that we can have greater confidence that big events are not likely to be super-spreader events." Report by Buseld. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove has branded those who refuse a vaccine “selfish” and warned they will be barred from some events.The UK Government is mulling the use of vaccine passports for some large scale events such as football matches, having already announced they will be required for nightclub entry in England from the end of September.
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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said her focus is on trying to steer the country through the pandemic, when asked about Michael Gove’s comments on Scottish independence.The UK Cabinet Office minister said he “couldn’t see” Boris Johnson agreeing to an independence referendum before the next general election, adding it is “foolish” to discuss it while the country is still recovering from the coronavirus pandemic.
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