How The UK Hit 100,000 Deaths, Explained

The third-worst per capita death rate in the world, and the deepest recession in the G7. How did we get here?

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The UK’s pandemic stats are harrowing.

100,000 people have now died from Covid-19 since the start of the epidemic, with excess mortality hovering somewhere in the region of 120,000.




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