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‘Majority of families’ barred from visiting loved ones in care homes

The extent of care home loneliness has been revealed after a leading charity found that 70 per cent of relatives say they have not been able to see their loved ones since the start of the pandemic. The findings, published by Age UK, come as the charity ‘lays bare the intense suffering experienced by many older people and their families and friends as a result of their enforced separation’ throughout the Government’s lockdowns — Telegraph

Chance of No Deal Brexit ‘hits 80 per cent’ — Mail on Sunday

BBC accused of comedy bias as research shows 75 per cent of slots are taken up by anti-Brexit, left-leaning comedians — Sunday Telegraph

Netflix Ripper film ‘treats Peter Sutcliffe like a celebrity’ — Sunday Times

Police doused in petrol while arresting man in Bolton — Observer


Did our leaders have to pass a stupidity exam to get into Westminster? — Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday

The EU’s vainglorious and arrogant behaviour is merely part of its DNA — Janet Daley, Sunday Telegraph

Broadcasters must stop lockdown cheerleading — Tim Stanley, Telegraph

Town hall Stalins are on a Covid-fuelled ego trip — Giles Coren, Times

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