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Gareth Roberts argues that the Chancellor must not revert to type after the COVID-19 pandemic eases and preside over the continued under-funding of public services.
Stephen Unwin shares his experience of not being able to see his son Joey due to the COVID-19 outbreak and what he believes Joey can teach us in moments such as these.
Doctors outside London describe the “calm before the storm” as the capital deals with a Coronavirus “tsunami”.
EXCLUSIVE The Coronavirus Crisis: Oxford Model Touting 'Herd Immunity' was Promoted by PR Agency Tied to Ministry of Defence and Nudge Unit
Nafeez Ahmed reports on the story behind a new study suggesting that nearly half of the UK population may already have been infected with the Coronavirus and claims that this could provide 'herd immunity'.
Otto English reports on how the COVID-19 outbreak has revealed the worst of corporate greed, as employees are left without their salaries being paid and are told to rely on Government support.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Care Homes Look After Some of Our Most Vulnerable – They Must Be Prioritised
Stephen Colegrave considers why care homes are environments in which it will be crucial to stop the spread of the Coronavirus and how care workers are heroes too.
As HS2 prepares to fell ancient woodlands in the bird breeding season, Natural England’s response to using hawks to deter nesting birds is “lame and inadequate” says Chris Packham.
Mark Conrad continues his report on the NHS’ battle to save lives, while early national data outlines those most at risk.
EXCLUSIVE COVID-19 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Part Three – Behavioural Scientists told Government to use ‘Herd Immunity’ to Justify Business-As-Usual
In the third part of his investigation, Nafeez Ahmed reveals how laissez-faire attitudes have hampered a proper response to the Coronavirus pandemic in the UK.
EXCLUSIVE COVID-19 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Part Two – Government Documents Reveal Concern for 'Economic' and 'Business' Impacts Prevented Early Action
Nafeez Ahmed on evidence that Boris Johnson's Government was more focused on saving money than lives when it came to issues such as school closures.
EXCLUSIVE COVID-19 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Part One – The Politicised Science that Nudged the Johnson Government to Safeguard the Economy over British Lives
In the first part of his investigation, Nafeez Ahmed looks at the serious flaws of scientific fatalism and inaccurate modelling.
The Coronavirus Crisis: 'Mass Testing is the Vaccine Until there is a Vaccine' and Could Prevent 70% of Deaths' say NHS Consultants
Stephen Colegrave reports on why two NHS doctors have written to Boris Johnson with their recommendation that only mass testing can now prevent a significant number of COVID-19 deaths in the UK.
Steve Shaw reports on the Coronavirus Bill, which introduces new emergency powers to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak.
James Doleman reports from the trial of the former Scottish First Minister, who stands accused of sexual assault and attempted rape.
James Doleman continues his reporting from Edinburgh High Court, where the politician is on trial for charges of sexual assault and rape.