Lauded as a success story during the first wave, the country is now struggling with an explosion of cases.
New research confirms findings from before the pandemic: that vaccine hesitancy often coincides with broader anti-scientific thinking.
Social norms are powerful forces, particularly around the festive season, and risk overriding protective behaviours we've adopted this year.
Hull-office? Working from Stoke? How the pandemic could turn around decades of decline.
Soon after Ireland announced the 'strictest lockdown in Europe', many other countries followed suit. Here's how it's going so far.
Everyone would benefit from fewer slides, presented more slowly and with more detailed explanation of how the data has been processed.
British meat processing plants are experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks, but there's a shortage of statistics in the public domain.
Locking down again? You need a wellbeing plan.
Adjustments to benefits could stop poor households' debts increasing and be paid for by those who have gained from lowered outgoings.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected businesses owned by Black, Asian and minority ethnic people. Here's how we can help them bounce back.
Winter weather forces us to congregate inside but evidence suggests cold, dry air also helps spread respiratory viruses.
Medieval Japanese poets and philosophers sought different ways of dealing with disasters and tragedies.
Current contact-tracing statistics do not track coronavirus positive cases from receiving test results, nor factor in all close contacts for cases. Here's how to make it better.
Citizens feel disillusioned, but it's not all bad news.
Antibody levels naturally fade – the key question is whether infected people sustain adequate levels of T cells and B cells.
A new report on COVID-19 inequalities fails to mention racism.
People told us about leaking roofs and guttering, and about how water coming into their housing had caused internal damage, damp and mould.
Novel plastics can rid themselves of germs using only air and light.
What Boris Johnson needs to learn from the Manchester funding debacle.
History shows that revenge is a dish often served cold in Westminster.