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New variants of the virus and an inadequate Test and Trace system threaten to undermine Britain’s vaccine success.
The New Statesman is tracking the latest Covid-19 data on cases, hospitalisations and vaccinations
Outside of the US, there aren’t signs yet that vaccine uptake has been seriously affected by side-effect controversies.
As with Donald Trump, SNL made Musk appear a harmless joke rather than a man with immense wealth and influence.
Over 1300 cases of the new variant have now been found in the UK – how concerned should we be?
Waiving patents will not alone vaccinate developing nations – but the financial and moral incentives for doing so are huge.
The machine learning researcher discusses the response to his study highlighting the similarities between the funding of academic research by the two industries.
The decision by Facebook’s Oversight Board to ban the former president for another six months is a half-hearted and cowardly compromise.
The company's Oversight Board has called on Facebook executives to decide for themselves whether to permanently ban the former president from the platform.
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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.
My attempt to find out whether it’s safe to drink alcohol after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine exposed the perils of reporting on science during a pandemic.
Social media platforms’ moderation policies enable racism to thrive. Now football is staging a boycott.