From mental health to cancer, a medical history expert explains the hidden damage caused by Covid-19
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The window is narrowing for anyone to halt the Trump ‘juggernaut’
A novel about the ‘studied vacuity’ of the internet by the ‘poet laureate of Twitter’
Flyn’s ‘surprisingly optimistic’ look at what nature does when humans cease to occupy a place
In a ‘deeply impressive book’, Higgins explains the power of his ‘intelligence agency for the people’
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But experts fear drop in immunity may pave way for major influenza epidemic next winter
And other stories from the stranger side of life
Surplus jabs being handed over to up to 19 countries in effort to build international ties
Plans for grading GSCEs and A-levels give rise to fear of ‘extremely high grade inflation’
Teachers raise concern over introducing mass testing before students return
Regional divisions and flawed reporting of deaths put EU nation at the top of the table nobody wants to lead
Bayern Munich teenage star pledges international allegiance to Germany