Key workers have been vitally important during the coronavirus pandemic, but not all of them feel as if their hard work has been recognised. Emily Calder discusses the impact of increased pressure on the NHS on UK student nurses, and why she thinks that the government should be doing more to recognise their efforts.
It’s strange to think I have completed a Bachelor’s degree during a pandemic. Not only because it’s just mind-blowing I achieved it, but also because nothing turned out the way it was supposed to.
The time has finally come. Commencing June 15, the EU has opened up its internal borders (with some exceptions). But is it actually safe to travel again?
Every Thursday, at 8 pm, the nation stands outside of their homes, flats and workplaces to applaud the incredible work of the NHS. Whilst the clap is, of course, a nice gesture, and has a positive impact upon communities up and down the country, how beneficial is this really to the NHS?
Expectations of achievement during quarantine may be a small worry about coronavirus. But they have the power to tear down our mental health.
As Britain enters another week of lockdown life, Ted Jeffery provides us with his take on the current situation and whether or not Brits are as selfish as some people in the media are making them out to be.
It has taken climate change 30 years to get half of the publicity COVID-19 is currently getting. With climate change being one of the biggest challenges our generation will face, why is it not given the same attention?
With cases of the Coronavirus sweeping the globe, media attention has become more pronounced as the disease spreads. Is the information the media spreading accurate or causing too much unnecessary mass panic?