Features

Coronavirus may be sweeping the world but we’ve been here before

Far from following the science, the government turned its back on all available data

The aftermath of George Floyd’s death is a Me Too moment for race relations and the law enforcement agencies

Small people like me face life-long discrimination – and now size has been “medicalised” for profit by drugs companies

Cassandra Russell on the university students who game the system by self-diagnosing as psychologically unwell

Vasily Grossman was not only a great correspondent in World War Two but a courageous dissident

China’s Covid belligerence will only isolate it further

Economics will be key in the looming new Cold War between the US and China

Michael Henderson listens once more to the Great American Songbook, most enriching of entertainments

Daniel Johnson on the life and work of Max Weber, whose controversial views on democracy still resonate today

Our response to Covid-19 has shown us that national security depends on more than tanks, planes and climate preparedness

Louise Perry says there is nothing demeaning about work traditionally done by women

A neoliberal argument for UBI based on individual freedom and property rights