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With its coronavirus consensus in tatters, Europe faces a grim winter ahead – Sydney Morning Herald

Britain is on course for a long winter. A prolonged national lockdown, however, remains unlikely. That’s one part of the problem.

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A new lockdown in Britain would smash an already ravaged economy and further splinter a divided community. And in any event, the time to deploy it for maximum effect probably came and went weeks ago.
Britain is so fatigued and polarised that it can’t even agree on how to implement much less severe measures. As unity crumbles, Boris Johnson is buffeted by resistance from all sides.
The Prime Minister has opted for a middle road of keeping schools, offices and restaurants open, but closing pubs …

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