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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
The handing of Coronavirus contracts to companies with questionable experience in providing personal protective equipment in health settings continues
Sam Bright tracks the global expansion of data mining company Palantir during the Coronavirus pandemic
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
Otto English compiles the epic accomplishments of Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, during his first year as Prime Minister
As the EU's chief negotiator warns of a 'no-deal' crash-out, Jonathan Lis assesses whether the chaos is a villainous plot or pure incompetence
Sam Bright tracks the rise of Topham Guerin, the New Zealand 'propaganda pair' in charge of the UK Government's online Coronavirus communications
The Mythical Nationalism of Trump and Modi Has Failed, So Now they're Waging War on their Own Citizens
India and America are suffering parallel slides towards authoritarianism, reports CJ Werleman
The abuses in Leicester's fast fashion factories were known for years before COVID-19 highlighted them again. So why was nothing done?
Stephen Delahunty reports on the Government handing a contract for personal protective equipment to a company which appears to have just £322 net assets
How Johnson and Trump Transformed Their Countries From World Health Leaders into Coronavirus Disaster Cases
Paul Niland explores how a sudden, wilful populist destruction of institutions dragged the two top-rated countries for global health emergencies to the bottom of the pile
COVID-19 is accelerating the attempts of big tech companies to harvest our data, writes Tanya O'Carroll.
Mike Buckley considers how the country's economy has ended up in such a perilous state and where it goes from here
EXCLUSIVE SAGEGATE: Government Still Chasing ‘Long-Term Herd Immunity’ Through Recurrent Waves of COVID-19
Analysis of new documents from the Government's Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies shows that the quest for herd immunity, through several waves of the Coronavirus over a number of years, has not gone away
Record of Disaster: England and Wales has Second Highest Coronavirus Health Worker Deaths in the World
New figures further expose the UK Government's failure on health worker deaths as Boris Johnson tries to pin the blame on their profession