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How likely are you to die of coronavirus?
We may have far more infections than previously thought, and constructing models to estimate numbers is extremely hard.
Tom Chivers: Unherd.
‘A Once-in-a-Century Pathogen’: The 1918 Pandemic & This One
A little over one hundred years ago, a novel virus emerged from an unknown animal reservoir and seeded itself silently in settlements around the world.
Mark Honigsbaum: NY Books.
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Jeremy Corbyn's departure should mean an end to intolerance and factionalism in the Labour Party
Lord Mandelson - The House Live
Party members aren’t fit to pick their leader
Daniel Finkelstein - The Times
Young people have paid enough – spare them from footing the coronavirus bill
Gaby Hinsliff - The Guardian
Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, the Labour MP on the coronavirus front line
Alice Thomson - The Times
When did we become a country so happy to surrender its liberties?
Philip Johnston - The Telegraph
From migrant workers to free broadband, coronavirus has shown that Corbynism is needed
Diane Abbott - The House Live
The scale of the coronavirus crisis exposes how pointless the Brexit cause is
Rafael Behr - The Guardian
A one-off income hit is temporary. The loss of a human life is permanent. We should tolerate the first to help save the second
Ryan Bourne - ConservativeHome
Fearless and principled, our party and country need Lisa Nandy’s leadership
Louise Haigh - LabourList
Landlords are taking a pummelling from the coronavirus
Rosalind Beck - CapX
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