Agree with the policy if you like, but you can’t argue Lockdown harms were caused by Covid

This book offers an insider’s account of the extraordinary (in)decision-making among Johnson’s team during the most tumultuous year in modern history

The election results on Thursday haven’t proved lockdown sceptics were wrong

How “Nudging” is damaging our society and why behavioural scientists must be held to account

As questions are now being raised about the consequences of having shut playgrounds during lockdown, Joanna Williams says that we need to let kids be kids

A cynic might think that a degree of loyalist violence in Northern Ireland was all part of the Brexit calculation

It’s high time that we stop allowing fear to rule our lives and re-establish a healthy relationship with the risks that have surrounded us since time immemorial

The humble handwritten letter has made a comeback during the coronavirus pandemic – but will it last?

Vaccine passports would undermine one of the most fundamental rights in a civilised society: autonomy over one’s own body

Vaccination may have saved Boris Johnson from voters’ vengeance for Britain’s Covid disasters, but he’s not out of the woods yet, warns Nigel Jones