People In The Poorest Areas Of England And Wales Are Dying From Coronavirus At Twice The Rate Of Those In Better Off Areas
New official figures revealed a death rate in the most deprived neighbourhoods of 55.1 per 100,000 population, compared with 25.3 per 100,000 in the least deprived.
Matt Hancock Announced That Mental Health Services Would Be "Restored" This Week, But They Never Closed
Frontline mental health staff are confused by the health secretary's big announcement because they've been working flat out to ensure those in distress can still get help during the lockdown.
Health secretary Matt Hancock announced the expansion, but frontline NHS and care home staff say that they're still unable to get tested.
This Is What It’s Like To Be Furloughed Because Of The Coronavirus When You’ve Got Three Kids To Support And £39 In The Bank
Terry Russ just wants to get back to work. But like millions of low-paid British workers, his family faces a precarious future as the pandemic turns into an economic crisis.
People With Mental Health Conditions Are Saying The Coronavirus Has Plunged Their Treatment Into Crisis
“I fear it will send me back to a dark place.”
This NHS Key Worker Is Desperate To Come Home, But She's One Of 21,000 UK Tourists Stranded In New Zealand
“There are hundreds of key workers wanting to get home and help the Covid effort,” Jessica Chiodo told BuzzFeed News.
This Is What It's Like In Coronavirus Isolation If, Like Me, You're Already Struggling With Your Mental Health
The pandemic is stressful for all of us, but it's especially daunting if you were already fragile.
Stark images of empty shelves have raised fears of shortages during the coronavirus outbreak, but retailers are saying it's because deliveries are struggling to keep up with demand.
Staying at school is too risky for some children with complex conditions, head teachers warn, but parents are extremely concerned about the lack of support they'll get while caring for them at home.
Thousands Of Families Who Sought Help For Their Kids With Special Needs Are Now Trapped In A Torturous Legal Process
Tory ministers promised that a new system for special needs education would be less adversarial. Instead, legal cases are soaring as desperate parents try to force local authorities to provide crucial services.
These Heartbreaking Accounts Show How Families Are Being Pushed To The Breaking Point By A Failed System For Kids With Special Needs
To launch a major ongoing reporting project, BuzzFeed News spoke to more than 20 parents who revealed the stark human cost of an ambitious Conservative education reform that's gone disastrously wrong.
BuzzFeed News will be keeping a rolling list of the MPs who lost their seats on election night. Check back for updates.
From fears over the future of the NHS to car crash interviews.
A cluster of Facebook pages loyal to the Labour leader racked up 175 million video views during the campaign, according to BuzzFeed News' analysis, pushing attacks on the Tories' handling of the NHS to the top of the online political debate.
"The failure to stand would, to my mind, have meant that I allowed something that I believe to be very, very bad to happen," said David Gauke.
A New Class Of Angry Partisan Facebook Pages Are Dominating The Online War In The British General Election
While parties bombard voters with targeted ads, a bigger digital war is being fought under the radar between populist Brexiteer and Corbynite pages with massive audiences.
Ministers Have Repeatedly Refused To Reveal The Legal Basis For Boris Johnson’s Secret Plan To Track User Data
Different departments have given contradictory reasons for withholding the legal basis for a huge data-tracking exercise on the government's website.
An Early Election Is Coming But Britain’s Campaign Rules Are “Dangerously Out Of Date”, These Campaigners Say
“We simply cannot leave it up to the likes of Mark Zuckerberg to police our electoral transparency."
Nigel Farage's party adopted an unusual structure to keep out supporters of the BNP and EDL, according to an email disclosed by the Electoral Commission.
Boris Johnson Secretly Asked For A Massive Amount Of User Data To Be Tracked. Dominic Cummings Said It’s “TOP PRIORITY”.
Leaked documents show the prime minister’s chief adviser emailed senior officials instructing them: “We must get this stuff finalised ASAP.”