As the Covid Inquiry has revealed, Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings are morbid symptoms of a sick system. At the heart of that sickness is the media
HMRC contributed enormously to the rise in fraud after the then Chancellor approved tens of billions to be spent on pandemic support schemes
By sharing the story of her brother on social media, Dr Pam Jarvis discovered how many others were suffering while Number 10 partied on #18thDecember last year. She has a plan to make sure that this is not forgotten
Daniel Goyal observes that unlike other nations, the UK’s healthcare capacity remains 4% lower than pre-COVID level, and this means more unnecessary deaths
Byline Times’ chief medical officer, Professor John Ashton, looks back on the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and warns that –without radical change – next year will be even bleaker
Byline Times’ chief medical officer, John Ashton, looks at how the Government has lost popular support for its unequal tier system
Paul Dempsey shows how ‘big data’ cannot replace ‘no data’ and that the UK’s centralised plan to combat the Coronavirus was flawed at the outset
Dr John Ashton, a former director of public health, argues that the Prime Minister’s handling of the Dominic Cummings scandal is a tipping point in the politics of the COVID-19 pandemic.
James Melville argues that the Dominic Cummings Scandal has become Boris Johnson’s ‘Black Wednesday’ moment when authority drains away even from his core support
As the tragic milestone of 200 health and care worker COVID-10 deaths is passed, Mark Conrad reports on how doctors fear lockdown confusion could lead to further fatalities
Gareth Roberts makes his case that UK’s catastrophic handling of the COVID-19 pandemic should not be blamed on Boris Johnson’s Government alone – but on the entire Conservative Party
Ian Sinclair and Rupert Read’s regular update on how Britain came to have one of the highest COVID-19 per capita death rates in the world.