Either Cummings or No 10 is guilty of gross misjudgment
Rules laid down by the state are ultimately essential to our freedom
There can now be no doubt that our system for running the country is the wrong one
The government is displaying the same incompetence that has defined the years since 2016
Katharine Swindells / May 21, 2020
There are crucial differences between the two viruses. But for the thousands of people who lived through the height of the AIDS epidemic, Covid-19 has brought back memories —and anger at government...
Philip Ball / May 21, 2020
The reproduction measure hides a wealth of complications but is indispensable to decision-making
Alan Rusbridger / May 20, 2020
Jeremy Farrar explains why humanity may simply have to learn to live with Covid-19, why he wishes there were *more* government advisers in scientific meetings—and why he thinks it is still too...
The disturbing story of how the web is weaving weird connections between hippies, Nazis, Russian agents and the rest of us to spread lies about Covid-19
George Peretz / May 19, 2020
The health of the people requires good law
MPs may soon return to Westminster after a period of remote working. But they disagree on which aspects of the virtual proceedings to preserve