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Who the Hell are the Disabled?
The impact of COVID-19 has made it starkly clear to those who live disability that it's the imposed barriers of social organisation that makes them disabled, explains Penny Pepper
Why Won’t the World Call the Uyghur Persecution Genocide?
The West is reluctant to fully condemn the actions of the Chinese Communist Party because of the sanctions that will be invoked as a retaliatory response from Beijing, says CJ Werleman
Hancock’s PPE Legacy: ‘Mad Scramble’ Left Supplies Stranded at Ports and Air Sites
Sam Bright and Katie Tarrant unmask the Health and Social Care Secretary’s baseless claims about PPE procurement
As Schools Get Ready to Return, How Do We Compare to Our European Neighbours?
Mask-wearing and traffic light systems, confusion and failed IT contracts – Sian Norris reports on how England’s school return has much in common with Europe, positive and negative
‘Health Secretary Lying About Doctors’ Lived Experience is Horrifying’
The Government’s justification for its actions around shortages of personal protective equipment and procurement is a world away from the realities faced by those on the frontline
EXCLUSIVE ‘Brazil Will Pay High Price For Its Inequality’, says Bolsonaro’s Former Health Minister
Brazil’s Coronavirus crisis has exposed the weaknesses of a populist authoritarian Government, reports Monica Piccinini
Australia’s War on Big Tech is a Fight for Good Journalism
CJ Werleman dissects Facebook’s ban on Australian news content and its implications for democracy
EXCLUSIVE Cummings’ Claims About Media Spin Contradicted by Official Records
The Prime Minister’s former chief aide has been attempting to defend his role in COVID contracts, yet at least one of his claims doesn’t stand up to scrutiny, reports Sam Bright
At Greater Risk of Dying But Not A Vaccine Priority: COVID’s Mental Health Impact on the Learning Disabled
Saba Salman reports on the absence of official recognition by the Government that people with learning disabilities have been disproportionately affected by the Coronavirus pandemic in a number of ways
EXCLUSIVE Records Confirm Johnson Met with Lockdown-Sceptics at Key COVID Turning Point
Sam Bright reports on one of the most decisive days of the pandemic, when the Prime Minister defied his advisors and rejected a circuit-breaker lockdown
SAGE Warned Government Against Re-Opening Schools and ‘Explosive’ Christmas COVID Outbreaks Last July
Sian Norris reports on newly-released scientific warnings from last summer about a second winter wave of Coronavirus infections which the Government appear to have ignored
Finland’s Vaccine Success Stems From One of its Greatest Failures
Richard Robinson explains how Finland’s social contract, and the humility of its health agencies, has staved off anti-vax sentiments – despite ripe conditions
EXCLUSIVE The Crony Ratio: £800 Million in COVID Contracts to Donors who have Given £8 Million to Conservatives
Byline Times and The Citizens add up the staggering total value of deals awarded during the Coronavirus pandemic to donors of the Conservative Party
The Hidden Plight of Long COVID Children
Mike Buckley reports on the emerging evidence of the impact of the Coronavirus on young people and calls for the Government to prioritise their risk
EXCLUSIVE ‘Many People Feel Bewildered and Powerless’: Ex-Chief Prosecutor Launches Legal Campaign to Uncover Truth Behind Government’s COVID-19 Failures
A leading lawyer is seeking justice for the mistakes of Boris Johnson’s administration