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As drink sales rocket during the COVID-19 lockdown, Stephen Delahunty reports on how the reality of Britain's dependency on alcohol is coming home.
Stephen Delahunty reports on concerns about credit agencies being used by health bodies when processing patient data.
18-year-old student Daisy Davidson explains the thinking behind a website she set up to chronicle people's feelings of the Coronavirus crisis around the world.
Stephen Delahunty reports on the work of Europa Worldwide Group in providing PPE – the managing director of which is a personal donor to Boris Johnson.
Tommy Walker reports from Hong Kong about why the fight for democracy rather than the battle against the Coronavirus is headline news in the former British colony.
Portia Antonia Alexis looks at the devastating results if COVID-19 runs rife in the southern hemisphere and how an international response is needed to save more than 30 million lives.
Otto English investigates multiple shocking reports of a complete lack of COVID-19 checks for those arriving in the UK from abroad.
Graham Williamson reports on how the COVID-19 phase of the culture wars in Middlesborough are an endless re-run of the 1940s
Sarah Hurst reports on how the Kremlin, while facing mounting criticism for its handling of the Coronavirus pandemic, has been using quarantine to track down its foes.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Is Racism in the Medical Profession Contributing to High BAME Staff Deaths from COVID-19?
Tasnim Nazeer speaks to NHS doctors and nurses from minority communities who have experienced discrimination in the workforce.
Byline Times' CMO, former director of public health John Ashton, praises the recommendations of the independent report convened by Sir David King
CJ Werleman discusses a new poll which indicates sustained support for Donald Trump over COVID-19 and distrust of the country's top infectious disease expert – and where this lethal aversion to the truth among a sizable part of the population could lead.
As China loosens its lockdown, Tom Williams reports on how its citizens still cannot believe the lax approach of the UK to testing, tracing and social distancing.
Almost all medical staff and two-thirds of nurses who have died from the Coronavirus have come from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities reports Mark Conrad