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WINNING POST
As the convictions of 39 sub-postmasters are overturned, Post Office chairman Tim Parker's apology for "historic failures" is deeply underwhelming.

PASSENGER DUTIES
Why the taxman will take note of claims that David Cameron often made use of the private jets of collapsed financial firm Greensill Capital.

IN ARMS' WAY
British arms dealers want the government to exempt foreign military delegates from quarantine rules so they can come shopping in London.

OUT OF THEIR LEAGUE
The European Super League would never have got as far as it did without a nod and wink from government, say abashed PR "sources" after the ESL's collapse.

PANDEMIC UPDATE
MD on why, having rejected the safety net of more lockdowns, it's no wonder the prime minister is looking worried.

HOMES ALONE
As lockdown eases, social care minister Helen Whately is asked why elderly care home residents and some with disabilities are still under house arrest.

SHUT OUT
Excluding "vulnerable" disabled people from public events being trialled to allow the safe return of spectators breaches the Equality Act, say campaigners.

HARDING REIGN
Dido Harding became head of the new National Institute of Health Protection without a job description or even a memo outlining her role. Cosy!

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Vaccines 90% effective at protecting Boris Johnson from sleaze allegations… Downing Street ‘overrun with rats’ says Mr Larry the Cat… Thousands of anti-Lockdown marchers demand something that started two weeks ago… Laurence Fox ‘undermines seriousness of London mayoral race’, claims Count Binface… State visit to UK of Indian double mutant Covid variant to go ahead… US stunned as white policeman is convicted of murder millions saw him commit… Fans cheer ‘people power’ as Super League collapse puts football back in hands of unscrupulous foreign owners… Farewell, Prince Philip, as told to Craig Brown

Dom’s legacy
The national R&D agency beyond public scrutiny

Spring gambling
Another ex-Labour MP joins the betting lobby

Westminster farce
Double-jobbers and ex-ministers for hire

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