A roundtable of experts in the UK's emergency civil defence response during the Second World War explores lessons for the current crisis.
A recent high profile case highlights the controversial history of defences for murder, says Adrian Williamson
The history of smallpox's eradication shows how risky attempts at creating immunity can be, says Anita Guerrini.
Adrian Williamson asks what the government's stimulus plan of March might mean for the future.
A group of historians of the Second World War meet online to discuss what today's government could learn about emergency response - edited highlights.
The co-authored piece comments on the lack of safeguards in the new legislation, compared to the Civil Contingencies Act 2004.
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