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A society in crisis is more than the sum of its flawed parts. If a government constantly tells you that the problem lies in those around you, it corrodes trust in and solidarity with your fellow community members.
As Health Secretary Matt Hancock gave evidence to two House of Commons committees as part of their joint inquiry on the government’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis, what do health experts and professionals make of his many claims that the government made no mistakes during the pandemic?
We asked 70,000 people how coronavirus affected them – What they told us revealed a lot about inequality in the UK.12 min read
Since the pandemic began, we have surveyed ordinary people to see how they are coping. People from poorer backgrounds, ethnic minorities and young people are suffering most.
While the delay to releasing the Track & Trace app is disappointing, it’s a chance to use behavioural science to optimise its design. Downloading the app is only the first step – and arguably the easiest.