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Michael Goodier is a data journalist at New Statesman media group
Local lockdowns, the end of Eat Out to Help Out, and public caution are all weakening the UK’s economic recovery.
Hospitalisations aren’t yet increasing – but it might only be a matter of time.
The disease retains its potency but the gap between the number of positive tests and people hospitalised has grown.
The discount scheme is a “double-edged sword” for some restaurants across the country.
The number of grades at A and above rose by 4.7 points in private schools but by just 0.3 points at colleges.
The falls in employment are greatest among the youngest and oldest workers, along with those in lower-skilled jobs.
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.
Stats and stories of innocent citizens stopped 30 times by police and key workers handcuffed during lockdown reveal a never-ending cycle of discrimination.
The median house price is below £125,000 in 24 northern local authorities.
A New Statesman data investigation shows the UK acted the slowest of any major economy – a decision that may have cost thousands of lives.