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EXCLUSIVE COVID-19 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Leaked Home Office Call Reveals Government wants Economy to ‘Continue Running’ as ‘We Will All Get’ COVID-19 Anyway
Nafeez Ahmed reports on Home Office private advice suggesting a 'zombie herd immunity' policy risking hundreds of thousands of deaths.
James Melville contrasts and compares Britain to the fast testing and community outreach approach of its European neighbours.
As Italy enters the fifth week of lockdown, Kamin Mohammadi gives the rest of the world some insights into what happens next.
Kseniya Kirillova examines what the Russian President's decision to cancel a referendum on his amendments to the country's Constitution really says about his hopes to cling on to power for years to come.
Chris Blask narrates an epic transcontinental journey with his family, a Labrador, Turtle and a Parakeet in the face of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Stephen Colegrave reports ON a new paper that explains what COVID-19 intensive care survivors need to regain their physical and mental health
Blaise Baquiche explains his unusual route to regaining EU citizenship, through a 'law of return' in reparation for the horrors of the Inquisition.
Mark Conrad talks to senior staff about the risks faced by NHS workers tackling the Coronavirus – and precisely why hospitals become virus “hotspots”
Former Labour MP Ian Lucas explains how the party's fresh frontbench team is not Ed Miliband revisited.
Zarina Zabrisky reports on the repression of medics and suppression of factual reports from Russia despite its international PR exercises.
Lee Hudson, a paediatrician at Great Ormond Street Hospital, reflects on his positive experiences of the COVID-19 crisis and finds hope.
Tasnim Nazeer explores how powerful governments are using invasive digital surveillance under the guise of curbing COVID-19.
Dr John Ashton, a former director of public health, explains why it is wise to give thought during the COVID-19 pandemic to those life and death concerns we never usually want to confront.
The Coronavirus Crisis: The Idyllic Indonesian Island of Bali is a COVID-19 Catastrophe Waiting to Happen
CJ Werleman considers the impact of the Coronavirus on tourism and how this may be one crisis too many for Bali to recover from.
Campaigners warn that it would be short-sighted for governments to allow efforts to save lives in the COVID-19 outbreak to destroy fundamental rights in societies.