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The Edinburgh professor on why the government’s strategy failed and what it must learn from other countries to avoid future catastrophes.
The Edinburgh professor on how Britain has failed against Covid-19 and why the best way to save the economy is to protect public health.
The Swedish state epidemiologist defends his country’s handling of the virus and gives his verdict on the UK’s coronavirus response.
The Swedish author on how the climate crisis is dramatically increasing the risk of future pandemics.
The Chancellor’s personal popularity is disguising his destructive economic policies.
The US professor warns that the climate crisis, the threat of nuclear war and rising authoritarianism mean the risk of human extinction has never been greater.
The Guardian columnist on why the Corbyn project failed, journalism as activism, and living in fear.
As the government’s furlough scheme ends, Britain risks mass unemployment on a scale not seen since the 1980s.
For too many people, this will not feel like a new economic crisis, but a new chapter in one that never ended.
Andrew Adonis’s biography on “Labour’s Churchill” rescues Bevin from undeserved obscurity.