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NHS faces waiting list of 7.2 million after coronavirus lockdown

As yet another side effect of the lockdown, more than seven million patients will be on hospital waiting lists by autumn, for cases ranging from heart problems to cancer. This increase of almost three million patients from February reraises questions as to whether the fallout from the lockdown may have a worse impact than the virus itself – The Sunday Times

Boris Johnson unveils new ‘stay alert’ slogan for roadmap out of lockdown – Mail on Sunday

Lab issues force Government to fly 50,000 coronavirus tests to the US – Sunday Telegraph

Royal Albert Hall facing closure as social distancing rules put Proms in doubt – Sunday Telegraph

UK councils to enforce temporary road closures for safer school runs – The Observer

Transgender inmates have carried out seven sex attacks on women in jail: Despite the risks, male-born trans convicts are still allowed to move into women’s prisons – Mail on Sunday


Has our mad mass house arrest during Covid-19 saved even a single life? – Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday

Comparing lockdown to World War Two is an insult to the wartime generation – Madeline Grant, Sunday Telegraph

We don’t have the worst Covid-19 death rate in Europe and it’s wicked of the Left to pretend we do – Dan Hodges, Mail on Sunday

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