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Dominic Cummings has exposed a hole at the heart of the British government – and a glaring problem with the way we choose prime ministers5 min read
Giving evidence to the COVID inquiry, Boris Johnson’s former adviser exposed the dysfunction of an administration lacking in the expertise needed to manage a crisis.
The COVID inquiry was shown Whatsapp chats from the early days of the pandemic in which cabinet secretary Simon Case said government decision-making made it look like a ‘terrible, tragic joke’.
ONS, ZOE app, Google Trends… there were many ways to keep an eye on COVID cases during the pandemic. Here’s how they fared.
Hundreds of thousands of red hearts adorn a wall directly opposite parliament, yet successive prime ministers have nothing to say about officially marking the lives lost in the pandemic.
The UK economy’s COVID bounceback was stronger than we thought – but here’s why people are still feeling financial pain5 min read
An economist explains why new official figures have eased the gloom surrounding the UK economy, but haven’t fully dispelled all fears.
The world has mentally moved on from the pandemic, but the ramifications are still widespread. And there’s a lot we can learn.
Three years on, the COVID pandemic may never end – but the public health impact is becoming more manageable5 min read
The WHO first described COVID as a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Where are we at, three years later?