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A special issue of the New Statesman offers a comprehensive and forensic examination of the UK’s response to Covid-19.
Germany’s population of 83 million has suffered 9,000 deaths, while in Britain, with its population of 67 million, there have been at least 43,000.
It is imperative to learn the lessons of the UK's calamitous handling of the Covid-19 crisis.
The information, released after requests from the New Statesman, suggests more local lockdowns may follow.
A New Statesman survey of business leaders, for a special issue of the magazine, shows the potentially devastating economic consequences of the Covid-19 crisis.