Oliver Dowden at #DowningStreetBriefing— nazir afzal (@nazirafzal) May 30, 2020
-Govt Death toll reaches 38,876
(Sad face. Pause. 2 seconds)
-Football coming back
(Grin, smile, hope everyone’s forgotten 38,876 dead)
"Football is coming back"— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) May 30, 2020
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announces "one third of matches to finish the season will now be free to view" and "live Premier League football will be on the BBC for the first time in its history"
Updates: https://t.co/TNSSgJnYUX pic.twitter.com/vGBIwkyVUs
"Football, tennis, horse racing, formula 1, cricket, golf, rugby, snooker and others are all set to return to our screens shortly"— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) May 30, 2020
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announces competitive sport will "resume behind closed doors from Monday"
Latest updates: https://t.co/TNSSgJnYUX pic.twitter.com/a2xSmt3zpV
Both Oliver Dowden and Jonathan Van Tam say that scientists will have different points of view. But this also shows why it's always more complicated than "following the science" - and decisions are necessarily political— Sophy Ridge (@SophyRidgeSky) May 30, 2020
Culture sec Oliver Dowden says 'a third of Premier League matches will be free to view', including the @LFC v @Everton derby, adding that he wants "all fans to be part of this significant moment in our sporting history."— SkyNews (@SkyNews) May 30, 2020
Live #COVID19 updates: https://t.co/2lh4JLJgY0 pic.twitter.com/8C4AYBjl58
"From Monday people will be able to exercise with up to five others from different households... so long as they remain 2m apart"— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) May 30, 2020
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden says people in England "who play team sports can train together"
Updates: https://t.co/TNSSgJnYUX pic.twitter.com/tjIf9vsrfJ
A further 215 people have died in the UK after contracting #coronavirus.— SkyNews (@SkyNews) May 30, 2020
Culture secretary Oliver Dowden is speaking at the government's daily #COVID19 briefing.
Live updates 👉 https://t.co/4M8bN2Mf4P pic.twitter.com/UTjUGjiN7g
When asked about SAGE scientists issuing warnings about easing lockdown, Culture sec Oliver Dowden says he believes they are broadly in agreement with the government.— SkyNews (@SkyNews) May 30, 2020
Jonathan Van-Tam says SAGE is very clear the measures take are unlikely to push the R rate above one. pic.twitter.com/rM1TdHJ4pb
6th May— Ava-Santina (@AvaSantina) May 31, 2020
Boris Johnson: 200,000 tests by the end of May
Oliver Dowden: 127,722 tests carried out
Testing is vital for effective test, track and trace; the system is not ready, why are MORE people being encouraged to go outside?