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95,000 have entered UK from abroad during coronavirus lockdown

Whilst Brits have been forced to stay indoors, with the threat of fines should lockdown rules be broken, almost 100,000 people have entered the country from overseas. An adviser to the government, pushed to reveal this figure, failed to provide an estimate of how many of these people had coronavirus – Guardian

Desperate sellers slash prices in battle to sell homes before coronavirus crisis sends prices plummeting by up to 16% – but agents warn deals are continually collapsing amid chaos over viewings – Mail

Councils in England fear they will have to make cuts of 20% – Guardian

The ‘educated guesswork’ and uncertainty that led Britain into lockdown – Telegraph

UK is too dependent on China for critical goods, Henry Jackson Society warns – Times

Man is knifed to death during brawl on busy central London street 30 minutes before four men were injured in car crash and stabbing four miles away – Mail


Poverty won’t cure coronavirus . . . we must get back to work – Sir Rocco Forte, Mail

The ‘official Covid story’ is one-sided to the point of deceit – Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph

Talk of angels and heroes avoids reality – David Aaronovitch, Times

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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