A new report has been published today exploring local responses to household food insecurity across the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scott Lavery discusses ‘five Cs’ – COVID, Capitalism, Collaboration, Continuity and Change – and how they shed light on the political economy of COVID-19
New reports explore local responses to household food insecurity across the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the indebted nature of Britain into the spotlight once again – but this is a problem with much deeper historical roots, argues Joshua White.
Deteriorating living and working conditions for workers in garment supply chains during the Covid-19 pandemic have increased the risk of forced labour, according to a new report from the University of Sheffield.
With six Covid-19 vaccines fully approved for use, six others approved for early/limited use, and at least 70 in clinical […]
Read Part 1 of this blog series The response of Big Tech and free speech Technology companies have responded to […]
Part 1 of this blog series asks what is the past and future of the term of ‘fake news’? Is self-regulation by social media companies an effective solution?
As we slowly emerge from the second lockdown and prepare with hope for the new year, I thought it timely […]
The COVID-19 pandemic burst in the midst of an already agitated geopolitical scenery punctuated by the fallout of Brexit and turbulent trade wars