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The coronavirus crisis and its restrictions have meant that parliaments across the world cannot meet in the usual settings, with many having to opt for virtual arrangements.

The article discusses how Boris Johnson and his government will position the crisis narrative for the pandemic and the importance of framing it correctly to manage the political consequences.

The Houses of Parliament in Westminster.

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Boris Johnson tested positive for the virus and had to take a step back from his role as Prime Minister after being admitted to an intensive care unit.

Dr Owain Williams discusses the likelihood of the drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine being used to effectively treat Covid-19 on a large scale.

Dr Honeyman is interviewed about the political impact Covid-19 is having and how this could change over the coming weeks, following the announcement of the Prime Minister contracting the virus.