Deputy saturday editor, the Guardian. Relaxed about your misuse of the word 'literally'. firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a summary of a few of the findings of the Levitt review.
Wrote about Leicester's weird limbo state in the north-south lockdown wars, and spent some time with the amazing Mezmin Malida, who is still working to provide essentials to the shielding and the vulnerable even as everyone else goes back to work:
Full quote: "Londoners will see increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days. There's no reason to be alarmed"
Favourite story of the day: Clement Attlee took in kindertransport child but never publicised it, the boy reveals for the first time (he's now 90)
Exclusive with the Mirror: police spoke to Dominic Cummings after he broke lockdown rules by visiting parents' house.
Some factories in Leicester stayed open despite lockdown and forced staff in. In one factory 15/80 workers were sick and working. PHE finds evidence garment factory workers were a major vector of transmission.
Video of Morehouse College's graduating class being told by commencement speaker Robert F Smith that he's paying off their student loans (re @Ocasio2018 tweet), which is just extremely cheering to watch - the way what's just happened spreads through them