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Nicu Calcea is a data journalist at New Statesman Media Group
Both countries have high vaccination rates, but the difference in Covid case rates can serve as a lesson to the UK.
We’ve tracked a range of economic indicators to see how Britain is weathering the events of the past year.
Two months after the UK’s full departure from the EU, the painful consequences of that decision are becoming ever clearer.
New Statesman analysis reveals cramped housing conditions could be increasing coronavirus transmission, disproportionately endangering society’s most vulnerable.
A global lockdown has caused dramatic shifts in the economic landscape and focused markets on one sector.
Our analysis shows some local authorities are better than others.
Only Belgium, Slovenia and San Marino have recorded higher coronavirus death rates than the UK.
New research suggests the world has become increasingly autocratic since the start of the Covid-19 crisis.
The New Statesman’s data team has created a Brexit vulnerability index, using data from every local authority to show where the UK economy will be most affected.
Nearly 70 years on from the Great Smog of London, air pollution still haunts Britain’s environmental efforts – and its most deprived places.