Raab v Starmer at coronavirus PMQs - the verdict. Plus, will holidays ever be the same again?
The UK's parliament has returned, with a very different Prime Minister's Questions. Dominic Raab was there, standing in for Boris Johnson and faced off with Labour's new leader Sir Keir Starmer in the Commons. But most MPs were still in their homes, taking part via video conference software. Evening Standard columnist Ayesha Hazarika tells us the 'virtual parliament' worked better than many expected, and gives her verdict on Sir Keir's debut at the podium.
It's unknown when we'll get to travel abroad again. Many have spent days trying to refund pre-booked holidays for summer 2020. The travel industry has been frozen due to the coronavirus, so how are travel companies preparing for travel post-lockdown? We speak to Simon Calder who reveals what we are likely to expect, and when the industry may take off again.
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