The Evening Standard’s Nicholas Cecil joins the present as stress grows on the authorities to ship extra vaccine doses to London.
It’s emerged the metropolis’s delivered only one tenth of the jabs nationally, which mayor Sadiq Khan says has him “hugely concerned”.
But there seems to be hope on the horizon, with hospital admissions dropping and infections falling in some boroughs.
Nicholas additionally discusses the attainable menace of additional lockdown restrictions, telling us the authorities’s taking a ‘wait and see’ strategy.
Also, from Washington, we’re joined by The Hill’s Capitol reporter Juliegrace Brufke who was in the constructing when the riots broke out.
She describes a metropolis nervous about the upcoming inauguration of Joe Biden, particularly after Donald Trump’s second impeachment.
And she relives the second the Capitol was breached, telling us how she texted her household whereas hiding from rioters.
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