Chris Whitty

A row has reportedly broken out over plans to send 10 million pupils and staff back into schools on March 8.
The UK recognises three main Covid symptoms where other countries list up to 11.
England’s chief medical officer was all business at the Downing Street press conference.
But chief medical officer says "most" of his colleagues believe the UK is past the peak of infections.
Political passivity enabled these mutations to occur, which are now threatening to undermine our vaccine strategy, writes Jay Patel.
PM offers "deepest condolences" and hints at memorial day and public inquiry into pandemic response.
Prime minister will appear alongside chief medical officer Chris Whitty and Simon Stevens, chief executive of the NHS.
The BMA has warned there is no guarantee of the UK having enough Pfizer/BioNTech jabs in 12 weeks to deliver second doses.
PM now has a reputation for dither, but this is a delay worth getting right.
England's chief medical officer addressed the UK as Boris Johnson banned travel to the UK without a negative coronavirus test.