LISA NANDY MP: In the darkest of times, the UK must once again act as a progressive force in the world.
ALEXANDER HOGG: We need an internationally led investigation into the Beirut explosion.
This edition of the Fabian Review looks at Britain's handling of the coronavirus crisis, featuring Glen O'Hara, Lisa Nandy MP, Lynne Segal and Jo Littler, plus Kate Murray interviews Liam Byrne MP.
Also in this issue: Jermain Jackman calls for a black British renaissance; Deborah Coles talks prisons and the pandemic; Kevin Kennedy Ryan on the art of the visual political message; and Leo Panitch on Labour's shift back to the centre.
HELENA KENNEDY QC: Governments around the world are capitalising on the pandemic to limit freedoms and escalate human rights abuse.
GABRIELLE PICKARD WHITEHEAD: Instead of clapping, we need a properly funded NHS and more global collaboration.
BENJAMIN WARD: The UK is inconsistent in its commitment to human rights. If we truly want to be a force for good in this world, greater cooperation is vital.