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In the midst of the pandemic, an ever more popular social media trend shows the wealthy are simply bringing their opulence home.
Covid has accelerated changes that have been decades in the making, bringing about the end of utopian politics and its dystopian consequences.
In such a dire jobs market, the fantasy of employment is highly lucrative – with fake vacancies and hiring stories going viral.
Research shows how the adviser’s breach of lockdown rules fatally undermined trust in the government and compliance with public health measures.
National security concerns blur with political self-interest in the Trump administration's threat to ban the Chinese-owned app.
The government should not rely on others to clarify and deliver its own messaging.
Why Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London – the so-called Professor Lockdown – believes he has been vindicated and his team’s work has saved many lives during the coronavirus pandemic. But he still has serious regrets.
A backlog of ill people without Covid-19 could overwhelm the health service and result in thousands of avoidable deaths.
The findings of the ONS show how a wider spread of infection, and less severe or timely measures to respond to it, are factors in the deaths of many thousands of people.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
Analysts say Prime Minister Morawiecki’s latest evasion of the 2050 net-zero goal is no real victory for Warsaw.
Global susceptibility to misinformation and a pandemic-induced fear of the unknown have given anti-vaccination activists a new lease of life.