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Because of the coronavirus pandemic, we know less about the shape and size of our society than we have for decades.
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.
Spending decisions can often be explained by look at who voted for the party in government.
The political leadership being demonstrated by combined authority mayors across the North is all the more striking in its contrast to the absence of clear and coherent leadership from the centre.