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Given the role of the north of England as a key battleground at the general election last year and the current focus on the region as a result of the pandemic, it is hard to see it falling down the political agenda any time soon.
Identity politics in a pandemic: Why coronavirus unity disappeared and may not return for the second wave.4 min read
The British public still wants to rally round its institutions but fraying trust makes the job harder as winter approaches.
How did the British prime minister and Brazilian president’s brush with COVID-19 affect them politically?
Government under pressure from small group of Conservative MPs to scrap the coronavirus regulations but wins the vote nevertheless.
A pathological need to please is preventing the prime minister from breaking bad news.