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We need a review of the first coronavirus wave now - before the second hits | Gaby Hinsliff

10 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

The prime minister's squirming over care home deaths makes it clear that an independent review is urgent, before a second wave hits When Boris Johnson gets caught, his first inclination is to wriggle. He squirms and he splutters; if all else fails, he rumples his hair like a chastened little boy and mumbles regretfully at his shoes. When confronted with the story of his affair with Petronella Wyatt, he retreated behind claims about a “pyramid of piffle” rather than admit it was true.
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