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Former MP Paul Farrelly investigates how disjointed responses by turf-minded authorities in one English county reflect a nationwide pattern at the heart of the country’s nursing home crisis.
Stuart Spray on how his quest to get clarification on the damage being caused to the environment by the HS2 project is being resisted.
Stephen Colegrave investigates whether the NHS Volunteer Responders scheme is working and discovers an amazing array of local and community initiatives.
EXCLUSIVE Boris Johnson Said ‘Superman’ Brexit Britain would Take Advantage of COVID Pandemic and Go Its Own Way – Seven Weeks Before Lockdown
In new comments unearthed by Byline Times from a speech the Prime Minister delivered in early February, Johnson said COVID-19 would cause "real and unnecessary economic damage" beyond "what is medically rational".
Spain has Similar COVID-19 Death Rates as the UK but their Papers Provide Scrutiny Instead of Sycophancy
Alex White reports on how, unlike the British popular press, the most widely-read Spanish newspapers hold their Government to account.
James Melville reports on how Greece, by adopting foresight rather than hindsight, has a fraction of COVID-19 deaths per capita compared to Britain
Why is the UK only defining those over-70 as requiring shielding during the Coronavirus pandemic, in contradiction to guidance from the World Health Organisation?
The Coronavirus Crisis: India is Using COVID-19 to Advance its Hindu Settler Colonial Enterprise in Kashmir
With the world's attention on the Coronavirus pandemic, India's Government is introducing more draconian measures to advance its nationalist aims.
Sarah Hurst reports on a new British group which criticises pro-European projects and draws the praise of Russian state media.
Dr John Ashton, a former director of public health, gives his take on how the next decisions can be made on the UK's lockdown, the lack of press scrutiny and why the Government's 'goal' of keeping deaths to 20,000 may be affecting their reporting
CJ Werleman explains how the Coronavirus has starkly exposed all of the US' structural social problems and made them worse.
Hardeep Matharu speaks to a NHS consultant about how the politics of inevitability infected the UK Government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.