Why did Dominic Cummings offer scathing criticism of the government towards the end of May? Was he merely reitterating what we already know or are his claims offering a more damning insight in to the government’s handling of the pandemic? Will Nixon reports.
Graduates always seem to note writing their dissertation as one of the most memorable university experiences. Stressful and repetitive, yes: but memorable all the same. Working into the night in the library, many a coffee […]
As part of the #Indiainred series, Manasa Narayanan investigates India’s Covid crisis, where government negligence and inadequately resourced healthcare facilities have contributed to devastating rates of death.
Manasa Narayanan reports on the Covid crisis in India. This article is part of a series called #IndiainRed run in collaboration with The Gryphon (UoL), The Roar (KCL) and The Strand (KCL).
Last month, the UK government rejected advice to prioritise prisoners in their vaccination scheme. Isabel Ralphs explores how the prison population have been neglected during the pandemic.
The all-you-need-to-know guide to the COVID-19 strains.
Ahead of the COVID-19 origins report, Lara Shoesmith explores the theory that the virus was created in a lab.
On the 22 February Boris Johnson revealed his roadmap out of the current lockdown. He promised the transition process would be ‘cautious’ but ‘irreversible’ as the country slowly returns to something resembling normal life. The […]
Two men have been fined £10,000 each for organising the snowball fight that occurred in Hyde Park. In light of this, Will Nixon assesses whether the police have been acting fairly, or increasingly veering in to overkill.
It is okay not to feel 100%, we’re in a third lockdown, we have to revise, work from home and our social interaction is limited. However, I have some good tips and tricks to make you feel a little more 2021 positive.
As we enter our third national lockdown, households up and down the country are reminded of March: working from home, being stuck in the house, and on-line school. For many parents this means a balancing […]
Despite the UK being in a national lockdown, social media personalities have flocked to Dubai, which is not subject to the same restrictive measures. As ‘essential work trips’ are one of the few justifications allowed for travel outside of the UK, the influencers are citing their trips as ‘for business’.