No one can be certain about anything in this crisis, but extreme pessimism around rising cases will not get us anywhere.
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Researchers estimated that “a third and half of those reviewing a grant bid would mark it lower if it took a right-wing perspective”
Our survey. Johnson’s approval ratings for managing Covid-19 slip further for the third month running.
In June, 70 per cent of respondents believed he was handling the national emergency well. That has since dropped by over ten per cent.
Local lockdowns are dispiriting – but there are reasons to be hopeful about the battle against Coronavirus
The detection of spikes is, paradoxically, a consequence of the country’s improved testing regime.
The Government’s speedy response to Spain reflects what happened in the initial stages of the Coronavirus outbreak
As of July 26, anyone who arrives in England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland from Spain has needed to self-isolate for 14 days.
Libertarians and advertisers are not happy, and others argue that the moves do not go far enough.
The leader of the party has been quick to take action. But changing it for good will take time.
As a leading epidemiologist says school closures may have been a “mistake”, did the decision lack adequate debate?
Mark Woolhouse, who is a member of SAGE, has suggested that children do not transmit the virus in the same way as adults.
“If universities can’t defend free speech, the Government will”, said Williamson in February. He meant it.
The Education Secretary’s Higher Education Restructuring Regime is an important step towards fighting cancel culture.
We’re “hoping for the best, but planning for the worst”, says the PM, in one of the most optimistic conferences of recent times
But many noticed the absence of Patrick Vallance, who has criticised the idea that the working from home policy should change.
Given the prospect of a second wave of Coronavirus, the UK needs radical solutions.
From looking at a selection of other destinations, it’s clear that England is one of the last to enforce coverings in shops.
It is better for the Government to demonstrate the statistical evidence for them (if there is enough) rather than force compliance.
Research suggests lockdown came after the peak. But that doesn’t make the armchair epidemiologists right.
Analysis from the University of Bristol indicates that the UK’s intervention came after the virus declined.
Sunak’s measures: What do they look like, where’s the money coming from – and how do they compare to other countries’?
While the Chancellor’s recovery measures look drastic, they are “middle of the pack” when compared to others in the world.