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.
While Britain struggles to tackle a rising tide of Coronavirus infections, Mark Conrad reports from an NHS frontline in need of timely guidance – and resources.
Hardeep Matharu explores how the uncertainty around the Covid-19 pandemic has reanimated forgotten philosophies of social justice and mutual aid.
Paul Niland explores how the global Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the weakness of populist politics and unprincipled power.
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.
Mark Conrad reports on how, despite pressure on the Health Secretary Matt Hancock to routinely test NHS staff to suppress the Coronavirus, no plans are forthcoming.
Stephen Colegrave investigates whether the new UK Government support package is going to help the working population or just prop up big business.
Mutual aid groups are popping up all over Britain, helping those stuck in self-isolation. Through their example, we can also learn to combat decades-old injustices writes Nick McAlpin.
The science didn’t change – the politics did. Peter Jukes follows an inflammatory and disastrous theory as it spread rapidly through the British body politic.
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.
Brian Cathcart on why reporting that helps people form a balanced understanding of the Coronavirus outbreak so that they can make up their own minds in an informed way is absolutely vital.
CJ Werleman explains why a national philosophy of selfishness and a President who willingly spreads disinformation is such as a threat to America as it tackles the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mike Buckley explains how Boris Johnson’s administration has one of the laxest responses to the pandemic compared to other countries and believes it is unnecessarily putting lives at risk.
As a former consultant to the Department of Health, Stephen Colegrave explains how premature deaths are under-recorded and demands full transparency over government scientific advice.
Otto English explores the disinformation which has been spreading as fast as the Coronavirus and considers the soil which allowed the denigration of facts and expertise to flower.
CJ Werleman reports on how China is meeting organ transplant demand when the country has a voluntary donor rate of only one for every two million citizens.
With existing pressures on the NHS, will the health service be able to cope with increased cases of the highly contagious virus?
CJ Werleman explains why the Trump Administration’s response to the Coronavirus provides a glimpse of its dystopian future.
While authoritarians try to build nationalist walls, infectious diseases don’t respect boundaries and need transnational solutions argues CJ Werleman.