What the government has done to NHS Dentistry is what it wants to do to the rest of our public services.
There’s a legal means of creating a pandemic that could kill millions.
Your next infection could be the one that permanently disables you.
Thanks to systemic and deliberate underfunding, NHS Emergency departments are now a vision of hell.
Woodburning stoves are a beguiling but disastrous mistake.
The government has gone to extreme lengths to close our borders to refugees and people seeking work, yet has left them wide open to Covid-19.
How I became a human plague – and stumbled into one of the most astonishing scientific stories I’ve ever encountered.
Some falsehoods about the pandemic are so dangerous that they should be banned.
Long Covid is devastating the health and lives of many thousands of people, and highlights the terrible neglect of patients with chronic conditions such as ME/CFS.
It is hard to imagine how the government’s handling of the pandemic could have been more catastrophic.
Privatisation, outsourcing, packed classrooms and a total government failure to make them safe expose schools to deadly levels of infection.
England’s response to the coronavirus pandemic now relies on unskilled teenaged call centre workers, taking the place of experienced clinicians.
The huge amount of public money spent on test and trace has been wasted by incompetent private contractors and executives, with devastating results.
Coronavirus deals worth billions of pounds have been awarded by the government to “unusual” companies, without advertising or competition.
The disastrous collapse of the UK’s pandemic response has been caused by the deliberate evisceration of our health services. Worse is coming.
The government knowingly and deliberately de-prepared the UK, even as the pandemic began to bite.
In the UK, the US and Australia, governments built on dirty money cannot be trusted to protect us from the coronavirus.
The government refuses to act on toxic flame retardants in our bedding and furnishings.
In 1976, we ate more than we do today. So why are we fatter?
The wonderful things I learnt during my treatment for prostate cancer