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In three months the UK has gone from having one of the highest global death rates to one of the lowest.
Lax lockdowns, a slow vaccine roll-out and the spread of a new Covid variant have resulted in the highest number of daily deaths in the world.
During Covid-19 the public accepted that data is key to healthcare policy, but that may change.
Africa’s reliance on the AstraZeneca jab means misinformation could have particularly damaging consequences.
In the wake of the pandemic, major companies are addressing risks they had previously ignored.
The pressures of remote working and economic ruin have hit women hardest. What will the impact of Covid-19 on gender equality be in the long run?
For hundreds of thousands of people living in cold, damp and mould-ridden housing, this winter’s effects could outlast the pandemic.
In a major investigation, the New Statesman data team has analysed thousands of records from a decade of federal lobbying, to see how the major tech players work to wield influence at the heart of the US legislature.
Job losses during the pandemic have increased the unionised percentage of the overall workforce.
Since patients have been allowed to take pills at home to terminate pregnancies, major medical complications have dropped by two-thirds.