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The Guardian view on Alex Salmond: a battle ends, a battle begins 26 Mar 3:36pm The Guardian view on Alex Salmond: a battle ends, a battle begins
The former Scottish first minister was acquitted on all sexual offence charges. Now he is taking the fight to his political accusers From the moment that
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Workers need to be protected during this coronavirus crisis 26 Mar 2:48pm Workers need to be protected during this coronavirus crisis
Soaring universal credit claims are placing incredible stress on remaining DWP workers, says the father of one. Plus
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Covid-19 requires a coordinated public information campaign 26 Mar 2:47pm Covid-19 requires a coordinated public information campaign
Coronavirus is of a different magnitude, but the propaganda principles remain the same, writes
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Rolling back on summer time 26 Mar 2:44pm Rolling back on summer time
Clare Slater
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The divine right of poorly future kings 26 Mar 2:42pm The divine right of poorly future kings
Busy tube trains | Prince Charles | Pickles and jams | Johnson’s Churchill complex Images of London underground carriages crowded with people going to work (
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The coronavirus has brought us together, but I fear it could also tear us apart | Gaby Hinsliff 26 Mar 11:45am The coronavirus has brought us together, but I fear it could also tear us apart | Gaby Hinsliff
Public anger over Prince Charles’s Covid-19 test warns us that if unchecked, old divisions could replace heartwarming stories
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I cry, I panic, I bounce back: this coronavirus lockdown is triggering all my emotions | Emma Brockes 26 Mar 11:28am I cry, I panic, I bounce back: this coronavirus lockdown is triggering all my emotions | Emma Brockes
Stuck in my apartment and worried about my children, I’m brought to tears by anything from old movies to senate speeches
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Can we trust the Oxford study on Covid-19 infections? | Adam Kucharski 26 Mar 10:32am Can we trust the Oxford study on Covid-19 infections? | Adam Kucharski
It’s impossible to know how many people have really been infected with the virus until we have large-scale testing Adam Kucharski is an epidemiologist and author
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Universal basic income is the only way to help the self-employed | Owen Jones 26 Mar 5:59am Universal basic income is the only way to help the self-employed | Owen Jones
The government’s plans will fall short of what’s needed – payments for everyone, without preconditions
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Think you know how coronavirus will change Britain? Think again | Martin Kettle 26 Mar 2:00am Think you know how coronavirus will change Britain? Think again | Martin Kettle
Beware confident predictions of our future after the Covid-19 crisis. Our response to seismic change is often to entrench existing views
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