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To put it brutally, the only way I have managed to remain financially afloat this year is because my local has been shut.
As I try Italian wines that blend the familiar and the unknown, I reflect on how many unexpected encounters with new people I have lost this year.
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The Good Law Project challenges ministers on whether the shielding scheme boosted private “profit margins at the expense of the health of vulnerable groups”.
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