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Douglas Coupland on Generation X at 30: ‘Generational trashing is eternal’

I’m 59 and a half years old – and these days I no longer feel that I identify as a human being. I’ve turned into an app. I’m a filter for words. I filter the w

Posted on Jun 19, 2021
‘It’s such a relief’: how Europe’s Covid vaccine rollout is catching up with UK

On Friday morning, Leyla Çelik woke up with butterflies in her stomach. For weeks, the 22-year-old student at Berlin’s Freie Universität had tried in vain to get a

Posted on Jun 19, 2021
Mandatory vaccinations for care workers and the blame game

I am passionate about the importance of the Covid-19 vaccination programme. I recently wrote a paper in the Journal of Adult Protection identifying the structural abus

Posted on Jun 19, 2021
The Guardian view on the Liberal Democrats: seeing and shaping politics

I t is often hard to try to derive a national message from a single byelection. The effect on party morale usually dwarfs that felt on government

Posted on Jun 19, 2021
Brexit ‘purity’ is breaking up the union. Just ask the people of Belfast

B rexit is the plague that will still be infecting Britain when Covid has gone. It spreads unnoticed because neither government nor opposition sho

Posted on Jun 19, 2021
The Guardian view on Covid vaccines: persuading the public

D ominic Cummings launched a lurid attack this week on the “chronic dysfunction” and incompetence in the government’s pandemic handling, singling

Posted on Jun 18, 2021
Compulsory care-home staff jabs may sound sensible but would create a catastrophe

I t’s a no-brainer, isn’t it? Of course every care and NHS worker should be vaccinated against Covid and anything else that puts them and their pa

Posted on Jun 18, 2021
Together review – Sharon Horgan and James McAvoy let rip in lockdown tour de force

T he Covid documentaries have been coming thick and fast. We have had films recorded in real time from doctors. We have had thoughtful overviews t

Posted on Jun 18, 2021
AstraZeneca vaccine price pledge omits some poor countries, contract shows

AstraZeneca can charge a higher price for its Covid-19 vaccine in dozens of poor countries once the pharmaceutical company decides the pandemic has ended, according to

Posted on Jun 18, 2021
Vaccine nationalism is killing us. We need an internationalist approach

W e have the power to end this pandemic. We have the technology, materials and productive capacity to vaccinate the world against Covid-19 this ye

Posted on Jun 17, 2021
Care home workers: share your thoughts on mandatory Covid vaccines

Ministers are planning to announce that Covid vaccinations are to become mandatory for care home staff in England, with them considering extending the move to all NHS

Posted on Jun 17, 2021
Horizon Special: The Vaccine review – meet the superheroes who saved the planet

T here is a dizzying sense of scale imparted by the Horizon special on the coronavirus vaccine. On the one hand, you have the pathogen – so tiny

Posted on Jun 17, 2021
‘Frances made this happen!’ Jo Whiley on how her sister saved lives in the pandemic

T here is a lot of joy in little glimmers of normality these days. For Jo Whiley’s sister, Frances, this includes being able to go back to bingo

Posted on Jun 17, 2021
France and Spain to ease mask-wearing as Covid vaccine schemes gather pace

France and Spain are moving to ease rules around wearing face masks outside, in a development attributed by both countries to their Covid-19 vaccination campaigns. I

Posted on Jun 17, 2021
Social media stars under fire for flouting rules on advertising

Social media stars Jodie Marsh, Chloe Khan, Lucy Mecklenburgh and Chloe Ferry have been named and shamed by the UK advertising watchdog for repeatedly flouting social

Posted on Jun 17, 2021
Thursday briefing: Two jabs to beat quarantine

Top story: Hancock said to be open to travel proposal Hello, Warren Murray here giving you the green light to proceed. British travellers who have had their two

Posted on Jun 17, 2021
Just 1% of hospital beds are taken by Covid patients: Vaccine drive has 'flipped the age distribution' of the virus, says NHS chief

Thanks to vaccines, just one in 100 hospital beds is now taken by Covid-19 patients. NHS England chief Sir Simon Stevens yesterday said jabs had 'flipped the age dis

Posted on Jun 16, 2021
Andrew Neil highlights Ikea boss's criminal conviction for spying on staff after Swedish flatpack firm becomes latest company to pull its advertising from GB News

GB News chief Andrew Neil today hit back at IKEA and its 'criminal' former French boss after the Swedish furniture giant pulled all advertising from the new TV channel

Posted on Jun 16, 2021
TV tonight: go behind the scenes in the global race for Covid vaccines

Horizon Special: The Vaccine 9pm, BBC Two If the effects of Covid-19 were dramatic, so was the response. Moderna had a vaccine prototype in human trials by Marc

Posted on Jun 16, 2021
All care home staff in England should have Covid vaccine, says minister

All care home staff in England should be vaccinated, a senior government minister has urged, saying she would not want her own relatives to be looked after by unvaccin

Posted on Jun 16, 2021
South Korea-Japan ties sour amid fresh military drills near disputed islands

South Korea has begun annual military drills near a pair of remote islands that are also claimed by Japan, as the long-running territorial dispute threatened to sour p

Posted on Jun 15, 2021
Biosecure bubble can help forge stronger Lions bonds, insists Ken Owens

The British & Irish Lions hooker Ken Owens believes the strict Covid-19 restrictions facing the squad can act as a strength rather than a weakness for the upcoming

Posted on Jun 15, 2021
The Guardian view on delaying lockdown easing: sadly unavoidable

S ince February, when Boris Johnson unveiled a four-step roadmap to ending all Covid restrictions in England, progress has been steady and at time

Posted on Jun 15, 2021
China and the west must now cooperate to achieve global Covid vaccine coverage

“V accine diplomacy” has evolved into a dirty phrase, not least in relation to China and the notion that its government could be exchanging ineffe

Posted on Jun 15, 2021