For the first time since January, China reports no coronavirus-related deaths.

If you believe this, I've got a bridge to sell you.

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Many hope the slowing death rate means lockdown measures, imposed weeks ago, are having an impact.

OR, everyone who can be infected, has been infected, with the overwhelming majority showing no symptoms.

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The health secretary criticised "unbelievable" behaviour after people packed into sunny public parks.

They're going to do it anyway. It's a test, to see how much of your freedom they can curtail before you push back.

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The 57-year old MP wins a decisive victory over two rivals and vows to lead party "into new era".

Result was invalid, voters did not know who they were voting for. We need a new vote with only one option on the ballot paper. Oh wait, that's only how labour conducts themselves outside their party.

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Most stuck to the social distancing rules, minister Michael Gove says, but some young people did not.

If it were pissing down with rain and battering gales, with the same number of people wanting to be outside, I doubt you'd see a single policeman outside to tell anyone off.

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The coronavirus death toll in Spain is now the second highest in the world after Italy at 3,434.

Most countries count those that die of pneumonia caused by the virus as part of the total.

China doesn't. it only counts those that suddenly die directly because of it.

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With millions of people working from home, media watchdog Ofcom issues tips to boost internet speed.

Everyone working from home should be using wired internet. Faster, Reliable, Secure.

Ofcom should be more bothered about media bias, frenzy whipping, and half-truths.

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The crowding has left London Underground drivers and staff "furious", a union leader says.

I wonder what methods of divination are being used in order to know they're not all "essential travellers".

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The former producer was convicted of rape and sexual assault last month and is now in a New York prison.

Will probably be the only "famous" person to die from it.

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An 18-year-old with underlying health issues dies in England after testing positive for coronavirus.

If people choose to ignore these measures, they'll end up having to lock people up.

At a time when they're releasing criminals from prison to reduce prison overcrowding.. there isn't much they can do.

If the do decide to lock people up, then it'll all be revealed as a sham to impose tyranny

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