A couple of months back when lockdown was being eased, I blogged that this wasn't over and that it would come back. That was based on rumblings and off-the-record chats with Government "officials" who were desperately trying to convey a message of things being under control, when, behind the scenes, civil servants were doing the equivalent of paddling like f***, and managing to get their eye-rolling and head-shaking done behind closed doors before assuming expressions of calm in public.
Much that I dislike #ryanair after several episodes of unforgivable customer service, #michaeloleary does have a knack of cutting through the crap and working backwards from what needs to be achieved.
I think Boris' decision to loosen things up this week, and go with #stayalert rather than stick with stay home, might even have been a gamble on the weather - with this week's early grimness doing the job of helping ease things along because people don't like being cold outdoors.
Massive PR win for Nicola Sturgeon as a politician finally communicates with some clarity a plan to manage social distancing and relax lockdown rules.
The trip of a lifetime was going to be a safari to southern Africa. You start to research it, and you start to discover and learn: malaria free zone quickly becomes a top-of-the-list consideration, and a high-up in a destination, camp or lodge features summary.
People have died who wouldn't have in normal circumstances, and cruel and unexpected grief is hitting hard.
There's a risk that #shops will become leisure centres for the bored and undisciplined amongst us. It's a fine line, but surely certain aisles should be out-of-bounds.
As we hit a new high of #covid19-responsible deaths, every contribution to the fight helps: #universityofmanchester is getting stuck in along with health app #evergreenlife.
OK, this seems elegantly simple to me. Say your average #premierleague footballer earns £4m a year/£350k a month. Say 20 players earn that. That's £7m a month for first team players, and that's not including second-string players, coaches and management.
This is #judgementday for #banks: step up to the plate and do for #smallbusiness & the #economy what the #nhs is doing for people. We're probably OK for a couple of months, but we have three banks across #business and home we contacted on the basis of certainty & forward planning for worst case.