Some much-needed light relief.
Boris Johnson has put Britain on lockdown to slow the spread of coronavirus across the country. Businesses are shut with the public asked to only leave their homes for essential travel or exercise. But has the message been muddled? And did the response come fast enough? Shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth joins Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth via video call to discuss the government’s response and the future of Labour as Jeremy Corbyn bows out as Labour leader.
Shadow health secretary said ministers must "leave no stone unturned" in search of intensive care units to treat sick.
Shadow health secretary also says coronavirus emergency funds are needed and that Keir Starmer "isn't boring".
Will ‘undecideds’ stay at home, flip to Johnson or ‘come home’ to Labour?
Host Fiona Bruce was set to be joined by 5 men, but Labour's Anneliese Dodds has now replaced Jon Ashworth.
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The building project has been halted since January.
Theresa May has promised a £20 billion budget boost for the health service.
Once touted as future general secretary.