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Samir Jeraj is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman
Crews across the world have been working without relief for up to 15 months – a situation that resembles forced labour.
New research suggests that ethnic minority students are being unfairly treated.
In a normal year, around 150 people a month die from road traffic collisions. But under lockdown deaths have plummeted.
Around 80 per cent of Climate Assembly UK members said economic recovery should "help achieve net-zero”.
Students attending state schools, particularly those eligible for free school meals, are struggling with their studies due to fewer online and remote learning materials, two separate reports have found.
Disproportionate death rates among people from ethnic minority backgrounds were confirmed, but the reasons have been left unexplored.
London, the East, and South East get nearly half of all funding despite representing just 21 per cent of the population, according to Nesta.