We should not be alarmed at the rise in global population; it’s inequality, greed and waste that are the real problems of our age.
With the autumn budget announced today (17/11/2022) and the Conservative government once again signalling a return to austerity, it is timely to be reminded of two key points.
On September 5th 2022 Liz Truss was elected as Prime Minster winning 81,326 votes
More people died from the austerity in the five years before the pandemic than have died from COVID since.
Politics is about people, about our different views and our understandings about people
Growing inequality in the UK has implications for health.
I arrived in Helsinki in early summer 2022 to attend Europe’s largest conference on
Branko Milanovic’s Capitalism, Alone: The Future of the System That Rules the World begins, provocatively
There is a time honoured, effective, but ultimately illogical argument made about generations.
The government could, if it wished, claim that in 2021 it was employing more people in public sector jobs than John Major did.
The pandemic inquiry must account for stalling life expectancy before the pandemic, Editorial, British Medical Journal
Slowly and strangely the world changes. We adapt, but it changes us too. We are not the people we were.
The pandemic is not ending—and it may not end in our lifetimes.
Geographers should be interested in what is happening to the NHS because it is through making geographical comparisons with other countries that we can see that its current decimation is unnecessary.
How little we knew two years ago and how little we still know now.
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