CORONAVIRUS deaths in hotspot the Midlands have overtaken London – with Michael Gove admitting today it is a “particular area of concern”. Today’s No10 daily briefing heard …

A lot of people in the Midlands seem to think they can ignore the social distancing rules. Of course, some of us have been warning about a large section of the community who think British laws don’t apply to them and we’ve been vilified for our troubles. The price is now being paid in lives.

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City MP Tahir Ali was among up to 100 mourners at a prayer gathering - in defiance of the coronavirus lockdown

What could it possibly be that convinced Tahir Ali that he didn't need to obey British laws? Did he think, for some reason, that he was protected against the Chinese virus?

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For some reason, Mr Ali seems to think he doesn't need to obey the law. Endangering other people's lives is not a good look, Mr Ali. https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/police-chief-slams-city-mp-18033261

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A man who was killed after being chased down the street and attacked with an axe in Manchester has been identified as 36-year-old Ryan Lowry.  The victim died from his injuries at the scene shortly before midnight on Thursday.  A 31-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of Lowry’s murder and had been detained under the Mental Health Act, according to Greater Manchester

What is it about Islam that causes so many mental issues?

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The economy’s collapse will prompt profound and unpredictable changes to people’s political priorities

Most importantly, we, and all other civilized nations, need to adjust to a world where we don’t trade with China.

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When the Government says that there needs to be a “reckoning” with China once the coronavirus emergency is over, its focus must be much broader than simply examining Beijing’s culpability in creating the pandemic.

Quite why anyone thought we could trust China before all this beats me but it must now be obvious to even the most naive of observers that they are untrustworthy. They have lied consistently throughout this outbreak and their attempts to blame the US are laughable. The Huawei deal must surely be over; I can't imagine the public tolerating it now.

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Vulnerable people have been given advice on how to stay safe during power cuts as energy distributors implement their pandemic plans

Just a reminder that the government wants to ban coal fires, log burners and gas stoves, so we'll all be even more reliant on electricity in the future.

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Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.

"The US overtook China, where the virus originated, in terms of confirmed cases" - The BBC, obviously happy to report China's official numbers without even the remotest hint that they may be total fiction.

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POLICE were forced to break up a football match in the park as Brits flouted coronavirus lockdown rules. Cops were seen dispersing the group of pals in Roath, Cardiff, as they played in close conta…

Youths. Well, imagine my shock.

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China has responded rapidly to the outbreak of coronavirus in Europe, sending doctors, ventilators, masks and other medical aid to the worst-affected places.

China misled the world by lying about the scale of their domestic crisis while Italy, ignorant of the true size of the issue, allowed thousands of Wuhan residents to fly into Lombardy. China deserves all the political consequences they get from this.

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