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Crowd behaviour helped public health initiatives in the early stages of the Coronavirus pandemic, but social proofing also means that people are easily influenced to reject safety measures, writes Clara Hickman
Privacy International has warned of a potentially ‘serious breach’ of privacy regulations by a firm that has been awarded £169.4 million in Government contracts
The public's attitude to the Prime Minister’s holiday shows that we are still stuck in an era of tribal political conflicts, contends Sam Bright
Byline Times warned the public about ‘herd immunity’ from the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis – now two influential House of Commons committees have concluded that it was the result of Boris Johnson’s handling of the pandemic in its early stages
Twelve COVID-contract winning firms with ties to the Conservative Party have increased their profits by 57.1%, Byline Times and The Citizens reveal