Why is it that Africa has seemingly dealt with the coronavirus pandemic better than the rest of the world?

Fiona Duncan looks at the winners and losers as the hospitality sector copes with Covid-19

Nick Cohen laments the pandemic’s effect on competitions

The US handling of Covid-19 does not make it a ‘failed state’

Despite Covid-19 rates spiking, it was a dormant virus that caught the author out as he tried to venture through Spain

How the UK failed at the logistics of death when it mattered most

The nation’s favourite fun run fully deserves to return

How Ernst Jünger predicted the ubiquity of masks

Three is the magic number. Or six. We don’t know what the magic number is

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe has failed to live up to its responsibility as an industry leader