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Out of the coronavirus crisis, a new kind of society must be born | John McDonnell2h Out of the coronavirus crisis, a new kind of society must be born | John McDonnell
In the depths of the second world war, many said ‘Never again’. Now, as then, we must plan for a future based on solidarity and quality of life
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There are still NHS staff without proper PPE – their lives are at risk | Jessica Potter2h There are still NHS staff without proper PPE – their lives are at risk | Jessica Potter
Full PPE is crucial in the fight against coronavirus. Public Health England’s advice has not gone far enough
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How do countries differ in their response to the coronavirus economic crisis? | Ricardo Reis7h How do countries differ in their response to the coronavirus economic crisis? | Ricardo Reis
There is no right or wrong way for governments to deal with the financial impact of coronavirus - only trade-offs
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Week three of isolation with my kids – and order is unravelling | Emma Brockes9h Week three of isolation with my kids – and order is unravelling | Emma Brockes
Hostility increasingly lurks in public spaces, but every night the clapping for the hospital workers gets louder
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Coronavirus live news: global number of confirmed cases passes 1 million17h Updated Coronavirus live news: global number of confirmed cases passes 1 million
Spain death toll passes 10,000; Italy reports 760 new deaths, taking total to 13,915, but a slower growth rate in infections; Thailand imposes national curfew
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Coronavirus live news: global number of confirmed cases passes 1m17h Updated Coronavirus live news: global number of confirmed cases passes 1m
Spain death toll passes 10,000; Italy reports 760 new deaths, taking total to 13,915, but a slower growth rate in infections; Thailand imposes national curfew
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Coronavirus live news: global death toll passes 50,00020h Updated Coronavirus live news: global death toll passes 50,000
Spain death toll passes 10,000; Italy reports 760 new deaths, taking total to 13,915, but a slower growth rate in infections; Thailand imposes national curfew
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The Guardian view on the UK’s testing failure: much to learn from Germany | Editorial21h The Guardian view on the UK’s testing failure: much to learn from Germany | Editorial
Matt Hancock says our European rival did better because of its industrial strengths. But it also did benefited from its political ones
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The Guardian view on the EU: our nations are self-isolating too21h The Guardian view on the EU: our nations are self-isolating too
The global pandemic has pushed the countries of Europe further apart. They must rediscover the habit of working together
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Coronavirus live news: confirmed global cases approaching 1 million22h Updated Coronavirus live news: confirmed global cases approaching 1 million
Spain death toll passes 10,000; Italy reports 760 new deaths, taking total to 13,915, but a slower growth rate in infections; Thailand imposes national curfew
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It’s time nurses got the recognition they deserve | Letters23h It’s time nurses got the recognition they deserve | Letters
Nurses are highly competent clinicians who must be treated with respect, writes
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PPE scandal and the doctors being rejected | Letters23h PPE scandal and the doctors being rejected | Letters
The parents of a trainee GP reveal how she is not being allowed to use protective equipment, while
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Coronavirus live news: Spain death toll passes 10,000 with record single-day rise of 95024h Updated Coronavirus live news: Spain death toll passes 10,000 with record single-day rise of 950
Iran passes 50,000 cases and 3,136 deaths; Russia and Afghanistan record single-day records; Catalonia asks Spanish army for help; Thailand imposes national curfew
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Doctors and nurses are dying for lack of equipment. Is Johnson up to this? | Gaby Hinsliff25h Doctors and nurses are dying for lack of equipment. Is Johnson up to this? | Gaby Hinsliff
In 1915 a shortage of shells for soldiers brought down the government. A century on, the prime minister faces a similar challenge
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Is Keir Starmer failing to call out the government over coronavirus? | Katy Balls26h Is Keir Starmer failing to call out the government over coronavirus? | Katy Balls
Amid calls for intervention, allies of the Labour leadership candidate say that could be seen as premature and opportunistic
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UN secretary general: recovery from the coronavirus crisis must lead to a better world | António Guterres27h UN secretary general: recovery from the coronavirus crisis must lead to a better world | António Guterres
We must ensure a sufficiently global and coordinated response to the pandemic, then build resilience for the future
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Coronavirus live news: Spain death toll passes 10,000 with record single-day rise28h Updated Coronavirus live news: Spain death toll passes 10,000 with record single-day rise
Iran passes 50,000 cases and 3,136 deaths; Russia and Afghanistan record single-day records; Cambodian government accused of using pandemic to assert absolute power
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After coronavirus, the left must be ready to cure all our social ills | Owen Jones29h After coronavirus, the left must be ready to cure all our social ills | Owen Jones
Change is coming to the UK, when this crisis is over. Unless progressives have a plan, they will lose out like they did in 2008 It can take a grave national crisis to fire a flare, revealing the ugliest features of a society defined by injustices that the wealthy and powerful would rather forget. It took the second world war to achieve what the Jarrow hunger marches of the 1930s struggled for: to illustrate the national shame that millions of people who were called upon to make grand sacrifices were afflicted by poverty and malnourishment. As child evacuees with hungry bellies arrived on the doorsteps of the relatively well-to-do, the other Britain could no longer be ignored. “A revolutionary moment in the world’s history is a time for revolutions, not for patching,” declared William Beveridge as he
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Coronavirus live news: global cases near million mark as Russia records its largest single-day rise30h Updated Coronavirus live news: global cases near million mark as Russia records its largest single-day rise
Trump says personal protective gear has nearly run out; Abe criticised over two masks per household policy; Cambodian government accused of using pandemic to assert absolute power
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Coronavirus live news: global cases near million mark as US federal stockpile of medical equipment dwindles30h Updated Coronavirus live news: global cases near million mark as US federal stockpile of medical equipment dwindles
Trump says personal protective gear has nearly run out; Florida, Georgia, Mississippi ordered to shelter in place; record daily fatalities in UK. Follow the latest updates.
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The race to find a coronavirus vaccine has one major obstacle: big pharma | Ara Darzi30h The race to find a coronavirus vaccine has one major obstacle: big pharma | Ara Darzi
AI companies and scientists are cooperating, but they desperately need access to pharmaceutical companies’ data
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The new rules of lockdown: how to stay clean, safe and two metres away from everyone34h The new rules of lockdown: how to stay clean, safe and two metres away from everyone
Is it OK to sit and chat to your neighbour in their front garden; should you disinfect your bank card regularly; and do woolly gloves offer any protection?
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