For the past two years, the British public has applauded and relied on the National Health Service in its fight against the pandemic. However, the personal treatment of NHS staff often remains appalling.
While the Tigrayan rebels brace themselves for their last stand, hints of state-ordered genocide by Eritrean and Ethiopian troops emerge.
Amid fresh partygate allegations, the Prime Minister's political position has never been weaker. But what will the morning after a Tory-coup look like and will Johnsons's successors be able to replicate his landslide-victory of 2019?