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Michael Goodier is a data journalist at New Statesman Media Group
Our international coronavirus tracker shows that no low-income country has started vaccinating its population.
People are moving around more because workplaces are still open, not because they’re ignoring guidance.
When compared to the rest of the G20, the UK’s current daily average of 933 deaths is the worst.
The data on cases, hospitalisations and deaths only raises the question: why didn’t the government impose a lockdown sooner?
The easing of restrictions over Christmas is likely to lead to a prolonged second wave and, sadly, more deaths.
New data suggests coronavirus continues to affect at least one in five people for more than a month, and nearly one in ten for at least three months.
A New Statesman data investigation finds only one in four boardroom seats in Britain is taken up by women.
New Statesman analysis reveals a disparity between the government's new tiers and the severity of coronavirus in several areas.
New Statesman analysis indicates tough restrictions are likely to continue beyond 2 December in at least some parts of England.
From babies to teenagers, the Covid-19 pandemic is doing profound – and often invisible – harm to Britain’s young people.