Within the boundaries of the city of Oxford, for all of 2020, only 95 deaths were registered with COVID-19 being mentioned on the death certificate.
Census 2021 will reveal how a year of lockdowns and furlough has transformed the UK
An extra population survey, on top of next week’s, would provide information the country really needs.
The first death to be publicly attributed to coronavirus in the UK was of a woman in her seventies on March 5 2020.
In late January 2021, when I wrote these words, a debate was raging
Finland is rarely mentioned as an example by leftists and Greens who want to build a better future.
There are times when it appears to be that almost everything is changing. Now might well be one of those times.
I wrote this chapter because homeless in my home city of Oxford had become not just a local crisis, worse than it had ever been, but also part of the national scandal.
Where have we come from? Unemployment has not always been with us. In fact, the term was hardly used at all before 1900,
On the 25th of November 2020 the Chancellor of the Exchequer decided that, in the public sector, there would be no increase at all for many and a real-terms pay-cut for millions more in 2021.
For the third of society who live within a few miles of their parents, not seeing relatives at Christmas will make little sense if you see them most weeks anyway.
UK chancellor Rishi Sunak plans to set up a national infrastructure bank to “channel billions of pounds into capital projects”
An article published in the Conversation, 2 December 2020
It’s social, not medical, science that tells us most about the disparate spread of this pandemic.
Danny Dorling discusses recent findings from a major study of mortality across UK countries and cities, and highlights unprecedented worsening mortality among the UK’s poorest communities:
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