Some local education authorities have managed to continue educating and supporting vulnerable children during lockdown.
Mental health service helplines have been inundated with calls after lockdown restrictions were reimplemented.
Symptoms of depression were measured using an eight-point Personal Health Questionnaire (PHQ-8) that was issued to the same 3,500 adult patients, both before and during the pandemic.
The coronavirus crisis has led to the biggest quarterly drop in employment since May to July 2009, when the country found itself amidst the global financial crisis and deep in a major recession.
MM takes a look at how Bolton Wanderers have fared on the opening day of the season over the last two decades.
Based at Salford’s Media City, guests can book specially designed sheds and greenhouses – affiliated to different restaurants – and eat with up to six other people.
MM hits the streets of Berlin to find out locals think.
Manctopia? Property developer Tim Heatley’s ‘charm offensive’ doesn’t wash with housing crisis campaigners
The show, which airs on BBC2, describes the city as one of the fastest-growing in Europe, overstepping London in its ability to attract deep-pocketed property investors lured in by quick returns.
Cancel culture has caused political polarisation, but is the power of the internet pile-on a myth?
Jobs crisis: Young people expected to be hit hardest with 2 million set to be unemployed or not in training
It is estimated that in the coming months there will be around 2 million young people who will be unemployed or not in further education or training, commonly known as NEETs
Research took USwitch to 30 cities throughout the UK and got people there to have a chat with their Amazon Echo or Google Home.