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Michael Goodier is a data journalist at New Statesman Media Group
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.
New Statesman analysis shows Donald Trump failed to win in key states where Joe Biden outspent him on social media.
For a test and trace system to be effective, it has to scale up at the same rate as cases rise, otherwise it becomes increasingly redundant.
Demand for anaesthetics and psychiatry soared – while surgery and accident and emergency experienced a sudden drop.
Hospitalisations are rising across the continent, with the highest number in Belgium and the UK.