Greg Clark

Former cabinet minister Greg Clark told the health secretary to “get a grip”.
Commons science committee chair Greg Clark backs calls for a Dunkirk-style effort to get small labs to help ramp up testing.
As the second week of Britain’s lockdown comes to an end, the government’s response to coronavirus is beginning to come under attack. As Boris Johnson, Matt Hancock and Chris Whitty self-isolate, a lack of answers over testing and protective equipment is prompting scathing criticism. Where have ministers gone wrong, and can they fix it? Senior Conservative MP and chair of the Commons science committee Greg Clark joins Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth to talk about the government’s handling of the pandemic.
Former cabinet ministers join Labour in urging "immediate" support.
Margot James resigns while Philip Hammond, Rory Stewart, Greg Clark and David Gauke abstain and defy party whip.
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But minister says measures would only be implemented if Britain was on course to crash out of EU.
But cabinet colleague Greg Clark said government must "defend" industries from foreign competition.