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Why has Britain Failed Its Businesses when Other Countries have Protected them from the COVID Crisis?
Mike Buckley reports on how the decisions of other governments to provide more comprehensive support to businesses during the pandemic will likely put their economies in a much stronger position than the UK’s
As news emerges that the Test and Trace programme budgeted for £438 million to be spent on management consultants, Matthew Gwyther delves into the inner workings of the industry
Neha Maqsood considers the individual and collective experiences of the past year, which she argues should inform our post-pandemic existence
As the Supreme Court rejects an attempt to pay care workers for ‘sleep-in’ shifts, Sian Norris reports on the pay disparities in a highly gendered workforce
Saba Salman speaks to people with learning disabilities to explore how the Government can prevent this group from being sidelined again – as they have been during the Coronavirus pandemic