Act quickly, act decisively, trust people, communicate clearly, tackle inequality and be prepared.
In a pandemic that exacerbates the gap between rich and poor, was the UK always doomed to have an enormous death toll?
Since the pandemic began, we've surveyed ordinary people to see how they're coping. People from poorer backgrounds, ethnic minorities and young people are suffering most.
A study examined the psychological and social experiences of over 600 women with babies between birth and 12 weeks during the first UK lockdown.
We need to return to a norm of families only accessing in-school provision where it is absolutely unavoidable.