Covid-19

Stephen Jackson: Time for action in the battle for hearts and minds

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This is an article by Stephen Jackson, solicitor principal at Jackson Osborne Employment Lawyers, here writing in his capacity as Editor for the lockdown website laworfiction.com, arguing that health and safety risk assessments present the best opportunity to resist social distancing. Fiction: Health and safety obligations require social distancing measures to be imposed in the […]

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Sam Case: Hit them with a COSHH

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This is an article by Sam Case, a former police officer now working in sport and health. I carried the old-style truncheon. It was pretty useless. Smashed the odd window with it. It resided mostly in my locker, furloughed, much like the population of late. The risk with weapon deployment is that sometimes, if you […]

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Simon Anthony: Migration of Infection

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This is a guest post by Simon Anthony, a one-time theoretical physicist.   One of the complications in trying to understand the behaviour of Covid-19 is that data is, for obvious reasons, almost invariably associated with countries.  Viruses don’t necessarily respect arbitrary boundaries so it can be helpful to look at the data in a […]