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It is impossible to know the long-term impact of coronavirus on our high streets and on other parts of the economy.

Are you tired of reading about how bad the economy is going to get? Sick of hearing about V-shaped recessions or U-shaped recessions, or a W-shaped one if there’s a second wave of infection?

As Covid restrictions ease many engaged couples will be looking forward to marrying surrounded by friends and family.

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What do I, whales and the NHS have in common? It’s not that we’re all larger than is probably needed.

Living through Covid-19 has been incredibly hard for everyone, but it has also shown that we’re all in this together.

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Do you fancy going out for dinner? I’m not offering to pay, but the chancellor is.

This week I am throwing my full support behind the Jack Leslie Campaign here in Barking.

Did you know Barking was a key site of the first recorded plague in England? History helps put today’s crisis in perspective.

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Coronavirus or Covid-19 has turned our worlds upside down, and everyone has been impacted one way or another.

I know the situation is hard for a lot of us. I am still trying to use this column to bring you the more positive angles on our lives in a bid to help morale.

Over the past few weeks our everyday lives have been turned upside down and we have all been tested in different ways.

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You are a hero. I can prove it using science.

When did you last check your mobile phone? For some the answer will be, “Halfway through reading that last sentence, Steve.” We’re phone addicts these days. I’d give out the number for the helpline but that would make things worse.

We’re not even 100 days into Tory rule and it is already abundantly clear what the next five years have in store.

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Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Post readers this week.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Post readers this week.

As interest in who will be the next Labour leader heats up the name calling has started, but for Rebecca Long-Bailey the attention is getting a little weird.

This is my first column since the general election just before Christmas, so I wanted to take the opportunity to sincerely thank everyone who lent me their support and helped out on the campaign.

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How will you feel when Brexit happens in silence? For many that should be a good thing. Lots of people have been desperate to get Brexit done and even more have been begging for a bit of peace and quiet on the issue.

This is going to be a big year for Dagenham with huge investment making its way into the area.

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Technology has changed our lives. We live longer, we travel faster, we only see the tops of teenagers’ heads because they’re looking down at their phone.

Last month’s election result will have significant implications for all of London’s diverse communities, which are already bracing themselves for the impact of Britain’s pending departure from the EU.

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