It is an understatement to say that we are living in extraordinary times. Last March, the UK, along with the rest of the world, came to a grinding halt at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic as we tried to cope with a crisis that was entirely without precedent. The Prime Minister told us then Read More…
One of the positive aspects of working remotely is that I can choose my location – if I don’t have any meetings in the afternoon, I quite often bring my things with me to one of the local cafés and sit down with an espresso and a Duquesa, a local pastry made with ricotta cheese.
Lizzie Knowles writes about the feminist implications on the Covid-19 pandemic.
In an ITV interview this week, Rishi Sunak suggested that musicians were ‘unviable’ and that they should start should looking for other jobs. Carol Jones on the danger of this assumption.
Oliver White criticises the government’s pandemic approach and the media’s subsequent response.
Natan Ornadel describes how the quarantining British population started to emulate the classic park-going Britons mocked in Blur’s ‘Parklife’.
Keir Maclean questions the government’s recent response to COVID-19.
The anxiety was palpable; flying or travelling anywhere at the moment is risky, a risk we had nonetheless decided to take. That anxiety, however, seemed to slip away as we touched down in Nice in the morning arriving in San Remo just before midday to spend the afternoon on the beach.
The University of Oxford announced today their agreement with AstraZeneca, a UK-based global biopharmaceutical company, to develop, manufacture and potentially distribute at a large scale the COVID-19 vaccine which is currently being worked on and trialled by the University. The partnership has been solidified now, with finer details and terms to be finalised in the Read More…
Chloe Agar considers the questions remote learning will raise about the accessibility of teaching.