OK, Karen – How memes have helped us through the pandemic Clemence Smith looks at how we have turned to memes while stuck in a pandemic – and how they are helping us express frustration. Living through the pandemic is difficult at the best of times. Many of us are spending unprecedented amounts of time […]
Floris de Bruin explains Chris Whitty’s statement that regulating international border control in the long- term is an unsustainable option.
Sophie Porteous discusses the habits we should maintain after the pandemic is over
Siobhan Bahl offers her summer hopes in line with the government’s road-map out of lockdown.
A Slow Clap for the NHS; Reception of the 1% Pay Rise Meg Allan looks at the government’s promise of a 1% pay rise to NHS workers, its reception and how it compares to the rest of the UK. After a year spent waving the rainbow blazoned banner, as we thank our front-line heroes for […]
Ryan Sprules takes a look at the misinformation surrounding the AstraZeneca vaccine, and how other European countries are handling the roll-out.
Protest and the Police Bill The government’s newly proposed Police and Crime Bill has caused shockwaves of outrage online, Anna Shaw discusses the bill’s potential repercussions. The newly proposed Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill will assign more power to the police, particularly in regards to protests; allowing them to set noise limits, impose finish […]
Olivia Richards shares her summer bucket list while there is hope that things might be returning to normal
Lucy Aylmer reflects on the explicit increase of anti-Asian hate since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic
Opposition to the Covid-19 vaccine Maggie John examines the responses and opposition to the Covid-19 vaccines. More than sixty years ago, in 1958, the NHS delivered its first mass vaccination programme. Children under the age of 15 were vaccinated against polio and diphtheria. Since the introduction of mass vaccination, people have been sceptical and untrusting. […]