23 - 29 May 2014
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The Great Moving Left Show: How the pandemic is transforming our politics, by Andrew Marr, plus:
• The Dunkirk delusion: why the myths of 1940 are still haunting Britain 80 years later, by David Reynolds
• Lyndsey Stonebridge on the meaning and value of work in the age of coronavirus
• Jess Phillips on her family lockdown
• Amelia Tait on the art of wasting time