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Mapped: London's Lost Lidos
One's now a foreign embassy, another is a garden centre.
Rebecca Lowe Coulson: Why government should focus on reducing poverty – not increasing equality
Arguments for interfering further, or differently, with the pie, therefore, should be based primarily on need rather than on redistribution.
(From a while back)
The Yale Review
Depending on the scale of inequalities in your society—the real social distance—and where you stand economically, your chances of riding out a pandemic will vary significantly.
Covid-19 – The tipping point?
A quick look at the distribution of SARS 2 cases around southern Europe shows that viral circulation is widespread
A concise, accessible and engaging introduction to modern utilitarianism.
Il sondaggio: fiducia in Ue crolla anche fra europeisti
Le rilevazioni di Antonio Noto
National Theatre at Home | National Theatre
Britain's coronavirus testing is bogged down in bureaucracy | The Spectator
Despite what Corbynites like to claim, Britain’s National Health Service has always relied heavily on the private sector for lots of things. The food it serves to patients is not grown on state-owned farms, nor are the pills it prescribes...
Global Dataset on ICU, Ventilators and Critical Care Capacity
Controlling COVID-19. Test. Trace. Guide.
Surgeon Henry Marsh: Covid-19 and the doctor’s dilemma | Free to read
For medics, the virus brings agonising professional choices — and acute personal risk
Sick patients asked to sign 'do not attempt CPR' form
Llynfi Surgery sent out a letter to patients with 'significant life-limiting illnesses' suggesting they complete a 'do not attempt CPR' form in case they get Covid-19
Why the coronavirus shutdown is worth it | Sam Bowman
The Critic Magazine
Toby Young’s attempt to measure the costs and benefits of the current coronavirus shutdown fails on a number of fronts. He is right to recognise that lost economic output has real costs…
Don’t trust the psychologists on coronavirus
Many of the responses to covid-19 come from a deeply-flawed discipline
Against withdrawal: Extending responsibility to “philosophical beliefs” – by Davina Cooper
UK Labour Law
Is “gender critical” feminism a belief that’s unworthy of respect in a democratic society? This is the take-away message that Karon Monaghan suggests emerges from the preliminary decision in Forsta…
Attitudes towards legal gender – The Future of Legal Gender
Health Professional Survey
A 'climate of fear': Hungary, inside a dying democracy propped up by the EU
When the Hungarian branch of the Union of European Federalists decided to meet and discuss the new challenges facing EU democracy, its secretary-general was expecting a spirited debate.
Imperial College London
30 March 2020 - Imperial College London
The Vital Importance of Isolation
The New Yorker
Dr. Asaf Bitton discusses what to do when you go outside, the importance of walks, how to respond if someone you are sheltering with gets sick, and the unsung heroes at American medical facilities.
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