Dr Shahnaz Akhter comments on claims in this weekend’s Sunday Times that Nusrat Ghani MP had been removed from her post as a junior Minister due to her Muslimness.
A new Lancet study shows that over a million people died in 2019 from infections caused by bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Here, Dr Freya Harrison and Dr Antonia Sagona of the School of Life Sciences comment on the importance of this new evidence and the need to tackle the issue of antibiotic resistance urgently.
On 6 January 2021, supporters of Donald Trump stormed the Capitol Building as Congress met to certify Joe Biden's presidential election victory. On its one year anniversary, Dr Trevor McCrisken and Dr Georg Löfflmann of Politics and International Studies reflect on the events of that day and its impact on US politics today.
Dr Celine Tan of Warwick Law School comments on the IMF's decision to grant a fifth and final round of debt relief for 25 low-income countries.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has announced that pregnant women should be regarded as a clinical risk group and prioritised for vaccination against Covid-19. Dr Sarah Hillman of Warwick Medical School comments on why it's so important that pregnant women get vaccinated.