The government's decision to televise daily briefings from Downing Street may not be as much of a commitment to transparency as it's claimed to be.
Telling the public lockdown rules are just good common sense is irresponsible.
There's an important difference between responses before and after people learned the prime minister's chief adviser was not following the rules.
The Prime Minister is banking on people forgetting about his latest scandal by the time the election rolls around. But a far more serious threat lies ahead.
The lack of remorse from either the prime minister or his adviser could be their undoing.
COVID-19 'news fatigue' had set in with the UK public, but then the prime minister's chief advisor changed all that.
The prime minister's adviser claims to have warned about coronavirus pandemics last year. The internet nerds say otherwise.
Power itself is not a threat to our freedom. But arbitrary power is.
Do people at the top think there is one rule for them and one rule for others? Bluntly, yes, they do.
The notion of SAGE being independent appears nowhere in its 64 pages of guidelines. But the case for more transparency is obvious.
Dominic Cummings should read up on a deeply flawed experiment from the 1940s before he reads through those job applications.
The Sabisky affair should not be seen as a random event: the real battle lies ahead.
The BBC is under threat as the government considers abolishing the licence fee. This would be a disaster.
The US research funder is widely admired, but does the UK have the guts to start its own version?
Buying the biggest and best technology is always going to be high risk and expensive.
Many of Britain's elite employers do not perform well when it comes to cognitive diversity.
Boris Johnson's adviser is asking job applicants to give him their all. And in return? He'll fire them on the spot if they don't fit in.
In the US, some federal departments become known as 'turkey farms' – stuffed with loyal but ultimately useless political appointees.
The Conservative Party has long positioned itself as the voice of law and order – now that's been shot to bits.
Central planning may make an AI-supported comeback.