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Coronavirus test kits are mailed out and count towards government targets, but a significant number are not being processed.
As Putin’s popularity falls while that of governors rises, the old centralised system is in flux.
Despite failing to secure a decisive victory in three elections and being on trial for corruption charges, Netanyahu remains Israel’s prime minister. How has he held on for so long?
The UK's timetable for leaving lockdown is riskier than that of our European counterparts.
The new national security law threatens Hong Kong's autonomy and way of life.
The antiviral medication will soon be used to treat NHS patients and the US and EU are rushing to authorise it for sale.
We should be wary of heaping praise on social media platforms when they take so little action.
Even after the lockdown is ended, anti-viral measures will hinder living standards.
Should Boris Johnson lose his most important adviser, it could be at the expense of propping up a damaging status quo.
After two months of no chat and no people and no fun, the sound of racket on string sounds almost as beautiful as music.
The No 10 adviser’s blog suggests he may subscribe to the theory being used by the US right to whip up hostility towards China.