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.
Christmas socialising: three health experts explain
After the Chancellor delivered his Autumn Budget of 2021, the detailed papers were released that attempted to explain and defend his decisions.
When will life return to normal ?
On 21st September 2021, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) produced a report with the cheery title: “Deaths by vaccination status, England”.
In July 2021 the BBC published a series of maps of child mortality in England and Wales in 1850 to compare with maps of Covid-19 mortality rates
British governments don’t deliberately do things that negatively affect house prices.
The human geography of the UK is a very unlevel playing field – more akin to a mountain range than a field.
Rather than promising growth tomorrow, policy-makers should give more to younger generations today
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