The new reality of coronavirus: Why we must not ‘keep calm and carry on’.
The UK is not the same country it was yesterday. People are working from home. Public transport is virtually empty. The pubs are still open, but fewer patrons are going inside. How long will this last and what must the government do to help not just those who fall ill, but also the businesses threatened with going bust? The Evening Standard’s associate editor Julian Glover tells the Leader podcast, the last thing any of us should do is ‘keep calm and carry on’.
Evening Standard photographer Jeremy Selwyn describes the eerie scenes he’s shot of places like an empty Trafalgar Square, and tube carriages with no passengers. He also tells us how a London Tesco was so full at 4.30am you couldn’t find a parking space.
What to wear when you’re working from home
It may be tempting to stay in your PJs when you’re working from home, but fashion editor Karen Dacre says there are good reasons not to. How does the way we dress affect our psychology, and why is it OK to just relax sometimes?
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