London after lockdown: Lord Heseltine on what must happen now, as Boris Johnson returns to work
Boris Johnson's gone back to work with an attempt to seize control of the government's faltering lockdown strategy, and a warning that the UK faces its "moment of maximum risk." He appeared at the lectern outside Downing Street to ask families and businesses to be patient and not "throw away the sacrifice of the British people." But was it effective? We ask the Evening Standard's associate editor Julian Glover.
What happens in London after lockdown? The newspaper's running a series of sustained reporting looking at how the city will recover once the social isolation restrictions are lifted. The Leader podcast speaks to Lord Heseltine to get his view on how regeneration should begin, and we learn what happened when he was first told about the BSE crisis while in government.
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