With confirmed cases crossing 200,000 and more than 8,000 people already dead, the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak seems to have launched a war against humanity.
Each morning during these most unusual of times, I find an inbox filled with messages from both my medical colleagues and well-informed laypeople attaching articles or links to webpages referencing the latest “breakthroughs” in the fight against the coronavirus.
The last six weeks have both slipped by in the blink of an eye and dragged on for an eternity.
Huge crowds defying curfews and taking to the streets across the United States for nine nights indicate that the anger ignited by the May 25 killing of George Floyd, a black man who suffocated beneath the knee of a white police officer,
While drawing worldwide flak for the pandemic, China is also in the thick of another storm, namely Hong Kong. And though Trump is having a rough time himself after the brutal murder of George Floyd,
Self-isolating is not easy when there are multiple adults living under the same roof. I think I said this before but sometimes the house, or in some cases, the flat is just too small for people to have their own personal space at such a critical juncture of our lives.
Hidden behind the giant fortress walls of the Bank of England on Threadneedle Street lies one of the most powerful unused levers of power that could enable Britain to become a global leader in the urgent race to create a zero-carbon economy.