If the reports in the Sunday papers this weekend were true, then tomorrow the prime minister will set out his vision for how the UK government plans to respond to the serious and grave threats facing the economy as the global pandemic continues.
It will also be the first time since the lockdown in March that the government has had the chance to put climate and nature back on top of its agenda. The need to do so could not be more urgent. Read more
This time last year, I was really ill. I didn’t know it at the time but I was experiencing a severe and prolonged episode of depression, with a dash of anxiety and panic thrown into the mix. Over a period of months, ‘mental health’ quickly transitioned from being a trendy social media hashtag to a very real experience of confusion, distress and loss. Read more
Well, not quite. But perhaps given Coronavirus, it could be considered a welcome start to the ‘year of climate action’. What did we get? Read more
There’s nothing quite like reshuffle day to get the politicos amongst us out of bed in the morning – in the words of Pamela from Gavin and Stacey: “It’s the drama Mick, I love it” – and today’s manoeuvres have delivered an excellent dose of political theatre in Westminster. Read more