Ever read more devastating news about the climate crisis, only to be baffled by the fact that no one else around you seems to care? You're not alone.
Generation Covid: to end our week of stories, the Labour MP for Nottingham East and the “baby of the House” talks archaic institutions, the power of movements and why the UK needs an irreversible shift in wealth and power.
Generation Covid: Many girls may never return to school post-pandemic, while globally women lost $800 billion in income in 2020. Natasha Mudhar, founder of social impact enterprise The World We Want, reveals a gender-focused meaning to the title of our series.
“We dealt with lockdown by giving up on real language altogether. We just spoke in bleep-bloops and groans to one another, for the entirety of isolation.” THE FACE sits down with Sheffield's student population to find out how university and grad life changed during the pandemic.
“My old man lives in England so he’d get out of lockdown and be able to go get a haircut or go to the pub, and we’d be here, unable to do bugger all besides go to work and go home.” With more Covid deaths per capita than anywhere else in the UK, youth in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, have been through a lot. THE FACE discovers how they tried – and struggled – to recover.