Entertainment The Cabinet is at war with split between 'doves' and 'hawks'

07:05  14 october  2020
07:05  14 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Boris Johnson's cabinet is at war with split between Matt Hackcock's lockdown-backing ' doves ' Ministers were debating for three weeks whether to use Sage's lockdown advice It put him in line with the Cabinet hawks who want to keep the UK economy open

The “ hawks ” are those more worried about the economic impact of a long-term shutdown and want to ease restrictions sooner. This is said to include Chancellor Rishi Sunak, the Trade Secretary Liz Truss and Cabinet The Cabinet are said to be at odds over the lockdownCredit: PA:Press Association.

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Boris Johnson's cabinet is split between Matt Hancock's lockdown-backing 'doves' and Rishi Sunak's 'hawks' who want the country and its economy left open.

Ministers had been debating for three weeks whether to use Sage's advice for a national lockdown to beat back the virus.

But the Prime Minister's opting for the three-tier system on Monday night was a clear rejection of it.

It put him in line with the hawks - Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick, Business Secretary Alok Sharma and Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden - who are looking to keep the economy open.

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Tensions between Boris Johnson and his chief scientists are at risk of catching fire today amid claims they wanted bombshell SAGE minutes calling for a The wrangling came amid persistent rumours of infighting between Cabinet ' hawks ' and ' doves '. Matt Hancock, believed to be one of the hardest line

The Cabinet of the United Kingdom is a group in the government of the United Kingdom, consisting of the highest ranking Ministers of the Crown in the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Yet later that night minutes from Sage's meeting were released saying 'a very large epidemic with catastrophic consequences' could come if the PM did not step up restrictions, with a two-week nationwide shutdown advised on September 17.

The group seemed to be laying the groundwork for hefty measures two days later during a sit down with the Cabinet Office's Covid-19 operation committee.

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The committee, which runs the government's daily coronavirus response, is made up of doves Michael Gove and Health Secretary Matt Hancock, as well as the hawk Mr Sunak.

But others are allowed to the meetings, with hawks Mr Dowden, Mr Jenrick, Mr Sharma and Home Secretary Priti Patel also sitting in.

On September 18 they rounded on the doves to kill off any idea of a circuit-breaker lockdown, instead backing the three-tier system.

Yet the government scientific advisers persisted, with the September 21 Sage meeting ending with support for the idea that 'a package of interventions will need to be adopted' to stem Covid cases.

Robert Jenrick wearing a suit and tie: Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick (pictured) and Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden are also hawks who are looking to keep the economy open © Provided by Daily Mail Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick (pictured) and Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden are also hawks who are looking to keep the economy open a man wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Pictured: Mr Dowden © Provided by Daily Mail Pictured: Mr Dowden

The PM told the nation in a televised address later that evening to stick to the 10pm pub curfew and work from home if possible, which Sage thought would have a 'marginal impact'.

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Meanwhile Cabinet hawks continued to oppose a circuit-breaker plan, with one source telling the Telegraph there were fears it would delay rather than push back the virus.

A source told the newspaper Mr Hancock and Mr Gove were pushing 'for more restrictive measures' but of a less intense nature so local authorities could add to them depending on the individual situation.

However Mr Dowden, Mr Jenrick, Mr Sunak and Mr Sharma wanted an 'approach that attempts to balance the obvious risk of Covid with the other damage we see being done to livelihoods, mental health, other conditions'.

A step forward was reportedly found after private conversations between Mr Sunak and the PM, which saw him come down in favour of the three-tier system.

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