On this week's Audio Reads, Douglas Murray advises
Labour to get a new attack line, now that the Conservatives have become the party of the NHS. Professor Paul Dolan, a behavioural scientist at the LSE, ponders
what would have happened had the pandemic started in Sweden, rather than China. And Andrew Watts says
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