As Britain’s death toll from Covid-19 passes 100,000, there is one burning question: why did so many have to die? Tom Clark, Gaby Hinsliff and Philip Ball chart the persistent failures—from both the chief scientists and the politicians. Former head of the Supreme Court Brenda Hale takes on the human rights sceptics and Rana Mitter asks whether China's grip on Hong Kong means the end of the historic freedoms in the city.
As part of Prospect's new aid supplement in partnership with Adam Smith International, the shadow international development secretary discusses how Labour plans to radically transform how Britain delivers aid
London plays host to the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting this month—bringing 53 national leaders to the UK’s capital. As Britain works to recalibrate its international ties in the wake of Brexit and the Queen’s tenure as head of the…