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● Boris Johnson is in intensive care, so who is in charge in the UK? To understand what is going on, it helps to look back at past leaders and their first secretaries.
● Boris Johnson will be receiving the same special treatment other patients do in NHS intensive care The fundamental ethos of the NHS is egalitarian.
● Stop calling coronavirus pandemic a 'war' People can work together without talking about fighting an enemy.
● Bill Withers: soul music's 'everyman' wrote songs for the world to lean on His songs struck a chord with millions and Lean on Me has become an anthem for the coronavirus pandemic.
● Homeschooling during coronavirus: five ways to teach children about climate change By not talking about climate change, especially the powerful emotions it can provoke, misinformation and eco-anxiety may take root.
● Road safety: switch to cycling to save lives Our research calculates how dangerous different vehicles are to other people.
● How to discover the wildlife wonders of your own garden Domestic gardens offer an oases for urban wildlife, and are a sight for sore eyes during lockdown.
● Coronavirus is showing us how we've failed to manage the logistics of death Too may countries are drastically unprepared for the coming weeks and months.
● Three graphs that show a global slowdown in COVID-19 deaths These graphs reveal something you may have not seen illustrated before.
● Coronavirus: does the amount of virus you are exposed to determine how sick you'll get? For some diseases, the dose of virus a person is exposed to is directly linked to how severe the disease is.
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● Coronavirus face masks Q&A: is the advice changing? Many governments and health organisations have been reviewing their advice on face masks – here's why.
● Coronavirus and school exams: despite plan for grading pupils, there may be trouble ahead Exams are the currency of the education marketplace.
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● Tiger King: why can't we just release America's captive tigers into the wild? There are twice as many tigers in the US as there are in the wild.
● Here is why you might be feeling tired while on lockdown It takes a period of mental adjustment to get over such big changes but optimism and structure could help.
● Car dependency: UK government can't cut driving and build lots of roads at same time Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has called for fewer cars and better public transport.
● Coronavirus: extra police powers risk undermining public trust History shows us that when police forces apply the rules unevenly, some groups are hit harder than others.