Keir Maclean questions the government’s recent response to COVID-19.
Elizabeth Reynard writes about the most recent set-backs in a bad year for the British government.
Jeevika Bali analyses Boris Johnson’s new House of Lord’s list and its implications for British democracy.
William Atinkson argues against the public criticism of Boris Johnson’s appointments and the House of Lords itself.
Earlier this week, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced a series of measures to tackle obesity in both children and adults, in light of evidence that suggests it can make people more vulnerable to coronavirus. The campaign marks the beginnings of a change in focus with regards to healthcare, emphasising preventative measures and public health. Read More…
Oliver Bater explores how Johnson’s recent poor performances at Prime Minister’s Questions expose a more fundamental weakness with his leadership: a fear of criticism .
Following its 25th anniversary, Daniel Hubbard discusses the continuing impact of the Srebrenica genocide and the importance of remembering such atrocities.
Following Boris Johnson’s comments on the removal of Oxford’s Cecil Rhodes statue, Edmund Kelly explores why statues don’t celebrate a shared history at all.
The Observer revealed today that Boris Johnson and Michael Gove were “sold as slaves” as part of a “slave auction” at the Oxford Union when they were students at the university.
William Atkinson and George Beglan provide opposing sides of the debate about Dominic Cummings breaking lockdown.