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The government must not be allowed to deflect blame for their disastrous care homes policy

Having experienced both the highest death toll and the worst economic hit in Europe, a public inquiry into the U.K. government’s handling of the pandemic is inevitable. The calling of…

The government needs to start admitting its mistakes on coronavirus, and quickly

A virus in itself is not political. It spreads according to laws of science and is untouched by even the most rousing of speeches by a great leader. However, to…

Government policies on mental health are symptomatic of more pervasive negligence

Recent reports have shown the amount of hospital beds dedicated to patients with acute mental health conditions has fallen by 30 per cent in the last nine years, despite promises…

British politics needs an injection of sentiment

An attempt to rekindle the Dubs amendment was narrowly defeated in the Commons, as the Conservatives who intended to vote in favour were whipped back into line. The amendment to…