Politics, fandom and young people dancing to speeches.
Research shows lower income groups have a very different perspective on the economy.
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.
The prime minister's adviser claims to have warned about coronavirus pandemics last year. The internet nerds say otherwise.
Fear is actually an important element of a government's toolbox but once you lose control of it, you can't get it back with ease.
Do people at the top think there is one rule for them and one rule for others? Bluntly, yes, they do.
Confusion abounds over what people are allowed to do now, which is the one thing you don't want in a public information campaign.
Data privacy is a major concern but people seem willing to download the app.
For the government a Sunday announcement has several advantages, many of them to do with the news agenda.
There needs to be fair and equal voting rights for young people in England and Northern Ireland.
A survey of the general public shows they blame each other more than their leaders.
There's never been so much to watch, but not everyone is able to tune in.
After dealing with the initial health crisis, Boris Johnson must find a narrative that puts his team in a good light.
Charisma can only get you so far in the face of a global pandemic. Research on leadership suggests another approach is needed.
A legal expert assesses whether failing to provide adequate PPE is a breach of human rights during this pandemic.
The crisis could provide the perfect reason for the Conservatives to expand the state to appeal to their new voter base. But they might also head in the opposite direction.
The government should consider whether some of its policies will make inequalities worse.
The UK doesn't have a set back-up plan when a prime minister is unwell, but there are clear procedures in place.
To understand what is going on, it helps to look back at past leaders and their first secretaries.