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21 May 2020,
Reverend Joe Haward explores how the political narrative of struggle and fear, enforced through market-driven ideology, needs to be replaced with one placing humanity at the centre again.
20 May 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on how the US Government's $669 billion Paycheck Protection Programme to deal with COVID-19 is benefitting those with links to the President.
13 May 2020,
Stephen Colegrave reports on how COVID-19 only intensifies the disparity of wealth, health and opportunity that is driving the UK apart.
12 May 2020,
Stephen Delahunty delves into the industries using the COVID-19 outbreak to repackage old demands and further their interests under the cover of a crisis.
5 May 2020,
Ben Lewis looks at the dire economic impact of COVID-19 and dismisses fears about an excessive Government fiscal and monetary stimulus.
28 April 2020,
Despite Donald Trump making it central to his presidency, the success of the stock market bears no connection to the lives of nearly 90% of American citizens.
14 April 2020,
Mike Buckley gives his take on what the Labour Party now needs to think about in terms of identity, class and the Coronavirus crisis.
13 April 2020,
Jonathan Portes, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at King's College London, explains why we don't need to turn a health crisis into an economic depression.
The Coronavirus Crisis: The Idyllic Indonesian Island of Bali is a COVID-19 Catastrophe Waiting to Happen
6 April 2020,
CJ Werleman considers the impact of the Coronavirus on tourism and how this may be one crisis too many for Bali to recover from.
2 April 2020,
Mike Buckley considers the disadvantages of the Government schemes announced to support the employed and self-employed and whether a universal basic income might be the way forward.
31 March 2020,
Gareth Roberts argues that the Chancellor must not revert to type after the COVID-19 pandemic eases and preside over the continued under-funding of public services.
27 March 2020,
Stephen Colegrave on why using austerity to justify the right-wing claim that the 'cure is worse than the disease' is so damaging in the fight against the Coronavirus.
26 March 2020,
Otto English reports on how the COVID-19 outbreak has revealed the worst of corporate greed, as employees are left without their salaries being paid and are told to rely on Government support.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Trump is Choosing Mass Graves Over Social Distancing to Save the Stock Market
25 March 2020,
The lives of Americans are being put in grave danger because of the President's incompetence, misinformation and narcissism, says CJ Werleman.
EXCLUSIVE COVID-19 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Part Three – Behavioural Scientists told Government to use ‘Herd Immunity’ to Justify Business-As-Usual
23 March 2020,
In the third part of his investigation, Nafeez Ahmed reveals how laissez-faire attitudes have hampered a proper response to the Coronavirus pandemic in the UK.
EXCLUSIVE COVID-19 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Part Two – Government Documents Reveal Concern for ‘Economic’ and ‘Business’ Impacts Prevented Early Action
23 March 2020,
Nafeez Ahmed on evidence that Boris Johnson's Government was more focused on saving money than lives when it came to issues such as school closures.
20 March 2020,
Mike Buckley provides an analysis of why he believes the Government's first budget – and the pressures of the Coronavirus outbreak – will be unable to satisfy its new Red Wall Conservative voters.
19 March 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on why the Chancellor's £330 billion rescue package for businesses won't be enough to stop the hospitality industry from going under due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
18 March 2020,
Stephen Colegrave investigates whether the new UK Government support package is going to help the working population or just prop up big business.
17 March 2020,
Mike Buckley sets out the Government's strategy towards the COVID-19 outbreak so far and explores why its handling of it already raises much bigger questions about the country's governance – concerns which have been there all along.
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