It WON’T be ‘business as usual’ with China after coronavirus crisis is over, warns Dominc Raab as he calls for ‘hard questions’ for the Communist state over secrecy and spread of virus

  • Foreign Secretary Raab said there would have to be a ‘deep dive’ into the facts  
  • He added that ‘there is no doubt we can’t have business as usual after this crisis’
  • Beijing today said the WHO has found no evidence coronavirus was man-made

Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Tom Tugendhat and senior Tory MPs accuse China of a coronavirus ‘cover-up’ and demand an international investigation to find ‘patient zero’ and warn Beijing it ‘must change’

  • Senior Tory MPs have demanded an international investigation into coronavirus
  • They believe the probe is needed to identify ‘patient zero’ and ‘ground zero’
  • They have also blasted Beijing and accused Chinese government of telling ‘lies’

ANDREW ADONIS: I have seen China’s deadly obfuscation at first hand

This is China’s Chernobyl: the moment a local health crisis became a global pandemic and the secretive, brutal dictatorship which allowed it to happen became the world’s most serious problem state.

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