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Welcome to your Saturday round-up of this week’s top stories. From breaking headlines to trending news, we’ve handpicked them all so you don’t miss a thing from the past seven days.

Be sure to check out Robert Taylor’s view on a probable ‘great conservative fightback’.

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Robert Taylor: In Poole and Oxford, we are seeing the first stirrings of the silent majority

Patrick Scott: The 254 neighbourhoods where there have been no Covid-19 deaths – is yours one?
Suzanne Moore: Who decided that letting posh young actors police my womanhood was progress?
Jeremy Warner: ‘What has become of your country,’ a foreign diplomat asked me. ‘We see only a ship of fools – a plague ship at that’
Michael Hogan | If ‘Ze Germans’ can see the joke in Fawlty Towers, why on earth can’t we?
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