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29 July 2020,
With more than $10 trillion of investment planned around the world in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Stephen Colegrave considers whether this money can be used to halt climate change
27 July 2020,
CJ Werleman reports on new outbreaks in Melbourne, which have led to a spike of new Coronavirus cases and reversed the grip the country had successfully established over COVID-19
24 July 2020,
Stephen Colegrave tries to estimate how many billions the Prime Minister and his Government have wasted in their first year in power
The Dual Blow of COVID-19 and Brexit Part Two: The UK Must Retain Links with Europe to Avert Catastrophe
15 July 2020,
Mike Buckley argues that the UK may have the freedom Brexiters promised, but no idea what is in its best economic interests
14 July 2020,
CJ Werleman explores the economic and social consequences of the US Government's mismanagement of the Coronavirus crisis for the next President
8 July 2020,
Sam Bright highlights new data showing that industrial heartlands are suffering disproportionately from the Coronavirus pandemic
EXCLUSIVE SAGEGATE – Part Three: Cummings and Johnson Defied Scientific Advisors by Lifting Restrictions Without Robust Track and Trace
3 July 2020,
The third part of Nafeez Ahmed's investigation shows how public health was sacrificed to ideology as the lockdown was eased
3 July 2020,
Nafeez Ahmed reveals how the outside pressure weighed on SAGE to prioritise 'supply chains', the 'wider economy', 'workforce' and 'business'
EXCLUSIVE SAGEGATE: How Government Neutered Science to Save the Economy and Chase the Ghost of Herd Immunity
3 July 2020,
After a comprehensive investigation into five months of SAGE documents Nafeez Ahmed arrives at some shocking findings
2 July 2020,
The Prime Minister has made a miscalculation in his plans for an economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis which is entirely focused on England, writes Gareth Roberts
29 June 2020,
With a historic depression looming and millions of jobs at risk, Mike Buckley argues that now is the time to do more than echo the words of the President who rescued the US from the Great Depression
23 June 2020,
Adrian Goldberg speaks to business owners who say their attempts to secure a Bounce Back Loan from the bank during the Coronavirus crisis has only added to their problems
10 June 2020,
Boris Johnson won an election on the promise of a deal with the EU that would be ready to go – he should stick to his word, argues Mike Buckley
5 June 2020,
Molly Scott Cato detects a pattern in the multiple failures of the UK Government to get to grips with the Coronavirus pandemic
3 June 2020,
Rupert Read and Tara Greaves on recent ONS figures that prove the much-hyped Oxford Model based on Coronavirus immunity was based on false premises
2 June 2020,
With pro-democracy protests recommencing in Hong Kong, the Financial Times’ former Asia Editor explores what China's motives are towards the former British colony and the West.
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.
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.
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