We surveyed the 10-year cohort of young people who slipped into teenagehood and adulthood over two years of Covid – that’s 314 of you, to be exact. Here are the results...
We can’t trust the weather to be onside with our socialising plans. But post-lockdowns, nor, it seems, do we fully trust ourselves.
“I thought: ‘This is the Highlands, it’s so rural and we have such a low population, we won’t get it here.’ But now everyone’s got it.” THE FACE visits the far north of Scotland, to investigate the pandemic’s impact in Britain’s remotest corners.
To mark the two-year anniversary of the UK’s first lockdown, we’re running a week-long series of stories exploring the impact of the pandemic on young people.
The pandemic caused the metro masses to flee for the sea. Some are returning in horror, their countryside fantasy destroyed, but many are staying to import their brand of everything. Now the locals are revolting.