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A news-magazine programme presented by Julie Etchingham.
A year ago Tonight reported on how quickly Britain might be heading towards a cash-free society. Twelve months on and the world of money has changed dramatically with lockdowns and the pandemic accelerating the shift away from coins and notes. Some are now warning that the entire cash system, costing £5billion a year to run, could be under threat. Adnan Sarwar investigates.
Most people would agree that the Covid-19 vaccines are the key to getting life back to normal. But when will everyone get them - and will everybody take them? With lives and livelihoods on the line, Dr Oscar Duke investigates the importance of the mass roll-out.
Paul Brand investigates the shocking toll of lockdown on residents and carers.
With record global temperatures and extreme weather events affecting all parts of the planet, there seems to be little argument that the climate is changing. The UK government is promising urgent action and wants everyone to go greener. But what can the public really do to help? Meteorologist and weather presenter Laura Tobin investigates.
Is the Government's plan to instantly mass test for Covid-19 proving more trouble than it is worth? Major questions are being asked about the accuracy of the instant tests, which are costing hundreds of millions, but whose use is now being curtailed in places like schools and some care homes. Adam Shaw asks whether lives could be at risk and whether rapid mass testing could end up being money down the drain.
Julie Etchingham investigates the dramatic rise in food banks in Britain, asking why one of the richest countries in the world is experiencing food poverty on such a worrying level.
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