Here’s a list of five of the most shocking and revealing disclosures.
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Jonathan Clark: In the post-pandemic world, both teacher assessments and public exams will fade away
The second in a mini-series of pieces on ConHome this week about schools after Covid.
The AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine. A run down of the developments across Europe as extreme caution takes hold.
The suspension of the vaccine will lead to more problems in areas that are already struggling with their roll outs.
Across the world’s poorest counties, it is predicted that at least 90 per cent of people in 67 low-income countries won’t get vaccinated this year.
Macron and others played politics with AstraZeneca. The consequences for many EU citizens are fatal.
Some leaders realise the seriousness of the problem. Merkel’s spokesman has pleaded with Germans to take the “safe and highly effective” jab.
Laura Blumenthal: The University of Leicester’s changes aren’t woke. They’re about driving down standards to save money
The heart of this issue isn’t culture wars or dropping student numbers – it’s about giving a poorer education because they feel they can get away with it.
The last month has seen unprecedented scientific breakthroughs in vaccine development. Here’s a round up of the ones the Government has bought.
Tories will read the story of his ascent to high office with enormous pleasure – for it amounts to a vindication of the United Kingdom.
Neil O’Brien: The virus and the lockdown. Let’s keep calm and carry on – there’s reason to believe that a vaccine is coming soon.
We need to start listening to the right people – not hopeless people who get it wrong time and again, but face zero accountability.
Its model has achieved vastly superior results and at a significantly lower cost in human lives.
Interview: Nigel Biggar says human rights are not enough and the British Empire was good as well as bad
If the BBC wants to balance its coverage of the culture war, it should commission this Oxford ethicist to tell the truth about Britain’s past.
Julian Brazier: The time is now for university reform. Here’s how we fix Britain’s broken institutions.
One way in which we can achieve this is by formally splitting courses into three categories.
Daniel Hannan: Fewer are dying of the virus, thank goodness. But we are somehow more nervous about it now than we were in March.
Staying at home is, like anything else, habit-forming. Getting people to come out of lockdown is the hard part of the Government’s plan.
Neil O’Brien: The New Puritans want to tear down our liberal settlement. Here’s what they think – and why they must be resisted.
Countries need a balance of self-criticism and self-confidence. People are often called on to act for a greater good. But if Britain is shameful, why bother?
Guy Mansfield: Overt digital surveillance can be justified in a crisis. But it must be time-limited.
Contact tracing will help the Government to take control of Covid-19. It must ensure the system does not continue indefinitely, however.