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In Italy and Spain, there is rising frustration over social restrictions.
The pandemic is forcing us out of our routines, individually and collectively.
Labour and the Liberal Democrats both want to abolish free school meals – and all they needed to do was fix one little thing. How difficult could it be?
For perhaps the first time in 32 centuries, Jews around the world will be unable to celebrate the festival with their extended families.
Future generations and the wealthy, rather than working people and their families, must bear the economic cost of the pandemic.
In east London, Tower Hamlets Council has shut Victoria Park, meaning more people are being crowded into smaller places.
We are the waterfront against which waves of Covid-19 patients are beginning to break.
It was a moment of magical mutuality, a public coming together of a kind one seldom if ever experiences.
In the UK, often cast as one of Europe's most atomised societies, more than 700,000 people have volunteered for the NHS.
For too long we have considered work in terms of profit and not in terms of society. We must look again at what we value and why.
How an attempt to justify mass public gatherings became viewed as a cold-blooded experiment in social engineering.