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The shock of coronavirus could split Europe – unless nations share the burden | Moritz Schularick and Adam Tooze 25 Mar 3:51pm The shock of coronavirus could split Europe – unless nations share the burden | Moritz Schularick and Adam Tooze
European governments still seem destined to repeat the mistakes made in the financial crisis
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Dispatches from the Covid-19 frontline 25 Mar 3:27pm Dispatches from the Covid-19 frontline
Readers and members of the medical profession share their reflections on how the UK is handling the coronavirus outbreak
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Exercising discretion over lockdown rules 25 Mar 3:25pm Exercising discretion over lockdown rules
Allotment holders should be allowed to tend to their plots for short periods, says
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Joy Division is perfect for the Covid-19 crisis 25 Mar 3:20pm Joy Division is perfect for the Covid-19 crisis
JD Wetherspoon | Joy Division | Simon and Garfunkel | Shy and socially distant | Baby boom
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The Guardian view on social care and Covid-19: the neglected frontline 25 Mar 2:58pm The Guardian view on social care and Covid-19: the neglected frontline
Underpaid and overworked, care workers carry the responsibility of protecting the elderly from a disease to which they are uniquely vulnerable. They need more help
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Party lines matter less in a national crisis, but debate must continue 25 Mar 2:56pm Party lines matter less in a national crisis, but debate must continue
As parliament goes into recess, the question of how MPs should hold government to account is more urgent than ever
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It takes a whole world to create a new virus, not just China | Laura Spinney 25 Mar 11:31am It takes a whole world to create a new virus, not just China | Laura Spinney
Viruses such as Covid-19 wouldn’t emerge in food markets if it wasn’t for factory farming, globalised industry and rapid urbanisation When I get stressed, a patch of annoying red eczema appears on the inside of my upper right arm. The doctor gives me some cream to rub on it, but I also know that to stop it coming back I have to deal with the underlying problem. Too much information, you’re thinking, but let me make the analogy. The reason we shouldn’t call the Sars-CoV-2 virus causing global misery the “
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Live sports have shut down. When they come back, we must demand better | Musa Okwonga 25 Mar 7:59am Live sports have shut down. When they come back, we must demand better | Musa Okwonga
For too long, profit has come before people’s enjoyment of the games they love. The break gives fans a chance to reassess
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Is it right to cut corners in the search for a coronavirus cure? | Julian Savulescu 25 Mar 7:01am Is it right to cut corners in the search for a coronavirus cure? | Julian Savulescu
Vaccine and drug trials are slow, to account for safety. But in a pandemic time isn’t just money – it’s lives
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Coronavirus is a stress-test for the cabinet, and Rishi Sunak is coming out best | Katy Balls 25 Mar 6:30am Coronavirus is a stress-test for the cabinet, and Rishi Sunak is coming out best | Katy Balls
The chancellor is outperforming colleagues in a team that thought its biggest challenge would be delivering Brexit
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Cancer patients must not be the forgotten tragedy of this coronavirus crisis | Prasanna Sooriakumaran 25 Mar 3:00am Cancer patients must not be the forgotten tragedy of this coronavirus crisis | Prasanna Sooriakumaran
As a prostate cancer surgeon, I’m concerned we may be losing sight of those who aren’t getting the treatment they need to stay alive
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