“What I care about is getting things right int he future so this week we will be having the discussions for the final decisions as to the roadmap set out that the Prime Minster has set out,” the politician explained.
Garraway jumped in and said: “He did imply, by the way, that you were one of those who wanted the lockdown, and if people had listened to you and Boris Johnson it might’ve been different.
“Will you get your way this time and have more caution? Will you be able to control it more, because it looks like those that argued against you, might’ve been wrong.”
“We learn from everything that’s happened and make the best judgement we can in the circumstances,” Hancock commented.