A professor who said he had supported the first suspension in England had warned that there was a need for caution in reducing the ban on items or things that could be disrupted “too quickly”,
Sir Tim Gowers, professor of mathematics at Cambridge University, has always said so tell the Guardian the disadvantage of being “a little clever” was less than the problem of error.
When asked about the next phase in reducing blockage in England, for June 21, Prof Gowers said he did not believe the plan was in jeopardy, but encouraged it.
“Because Boris Johnson has done a great thing for all the unchanging teams, I think they are putting themselves where they can take part, they are procrastinating because this would be a big turning point, a downfall of shame,” he says.
It comes at a time when cases in the UK are rising slightly, with daily cases being 4,000 higher for the first time since April.
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