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Past articles by David:

As UK resists COVID measures, experts fear ‘devastating winter’

Scientists say action is urgently needed as the infection rate spirals and virus deaths rise to six-month high. → Read More

Sabina Nessa: London murder reignites fears over women’s safety

Campaigners say authorities must tackle ‘root causes of male violence against women’ in the wake of teacher’s killing. → Read More

‘A can of worms’: Experts weigh in on the vaccine passport debate

There is no consensus on how coronavirus vaccine passports should be used but many countries are exploring the idea. → Read More

What role could vaccine passports play in the pandemic?

Several countries are rolling out vaccine passport schemes for those inoculated against the coronavirus. → Read More

In the UK, lower vaccine uptake among minorities causes concern

Experts say more must be done to reach communities on the margins, where hesitancy about the jabs on offer runs high. → Read More

‘Unprecedented exodus’: Why are migrant workers leaving the UK?

Study says COVID forced up to one million from the country, but many people Al Jazeera spoke to also cited Brexit. → Read More

UK braces for historic departure from the European Union

A deal has been reached, but more wrangling is expected as a new relationship emerges. → Read More

Brexit deal: What happens next and what will change on January 1?

The UK and the EU’s newly-minted trade pact will shape their relationship for years, if not generations, to come. → Read More

‘Jingle Hell’: UK mood darkens with new virus strain, Brexit woes

Britons confront travel bans, trade chaos and a scaled-back Christmas as Brexit and COVID-19 batter the country. → Read More

Yemen most at risk of humanitarian catastrophe in 2021: IRC

In a list of countries where crises are set to worsen, aid agency ranks Yemen first for the third year running. → Read More

COVID-19 infections ‘drop 30%’ during second English lockdown

Cases fall, according to new study, as PM tries to usher in a new tier system that will ease measures for some. → Read More

Calls grow for UK to extend Brexit transition amid pandemic

UK officials press ahead with plan to broker trade deal by end of 2020, despite disruption unleashed by coronavirus. → Read More

PMQs via Zoom?: UK MPs to vote on holding Parliament virtually

As coronavirus upends tradition, ministers could soon be social distancing and answering questions on video conferences. → Read More

UK Labour Party orders probe into leaked anti-Semitism report

New party leader Keir Starmer calls independent inquiry as row erupts over treatment of predecessor, Jeremy Corbyn. → Read More

Fighting fake news: The new front in the coronavirus battle

Bogus stories and half-baked conspiracy theories are surging through the internet. → Read More

UK presses ahead with points-based immigration plan amid pandemic

Shortcomings of the Conservatives' plan for points-based immigration system exposed by COVID-19 crisis, opponents say. → Read More

Report exposes 'environmental racism' suffered by Europe's Roma

Thousands of Roma across Europe left to fend for themselves on polluted lands, new study reveals. → Read More

Britons head to polls in election dominated by Brexit

Polls open in snap election called by PM Johnson to end months of political impasse over the UK's bid to exit the EU. → Read More

Infographic: What you need to know about the UK election

Britons will head to the polls on December 12 for a snap general election called to break the UK's Brexit gridlock. → Read More

Britain's 'Brexit election': All you need to know about the vote

Brexit is high on the agenda after months of political deadlock. Will the general election break the impasse? → Read More