Covid Inquiry starts public hearings – and you can watch

Baroness Heather Hallett: the Covid Inquiry she is chairing has started holding its public evidence hearings – and you can watch them.

Never mind the fuss about whether the Tory government is going to submit any relevant evidence to the Covid Inquiry – plenty of other people have, and you can hear it yourself.

The inquiry has begun its public hearings of evidence, and they are being transmitted via YouTube.

You can watch the live feed every day via the Inquiry’s channel. Preliminary hearings are also available to be viewed so it seems likely that these hearings will remain available after they have ended.

Considering all the rubbish that has been spouted about it so far, it seems a good idea that the inquiry’s proceedings are available for everybody to see.

It means we’ll all be able to check the truth (or not) of what the politicians say about it afterwards.

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