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Whatever happened to ‘data not dates’?

A single Covid death was reported across the whole of the UK yesterday, leading to calls for a quicker end to lockdown. Despite the falling numbers – and the huge success of the vaccine rollout – Britain is still not scheduled to open up fully for another seven weeks. Ministers are even hinting that masks and forms of social distancing may continue past June 21 – Mail

Bill and Melinda Gates to divorce after 27 years – Financial Times

Smart motorways ARE deadlier than regular roads as new figures suggest fatality rate is up to a third higher – Mail

Tory staff furious over PM’s flat refurbishment after being told no cash for pay rises – Telegraph

England’s nursery schools driven towards extinction, says survey – Guardian

Transgender groups have ‘too much say’ on hate crime laws and consultation on expanding them risks being ‘unbalanced’, says former Old Bailey judge – Mail

CCP-linked firms may have received more than $400million in US virus relief loans – Epoch Times


Enough is enough. We’ve got six weeks to show the government that if they don’t give us our lives back we’re just going to take them anyway – Dan Wootton, Mail

The desperate push for diversity is causing more problems than it solves – Celia Walden, Telegraph

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