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Audio Reads: Douglas Murray, Nigel Farndale, and Susan Hill

22 min listen

This week, Douglas Murray writes on why we shouldn’t be hugging China any closer; Nigel Farndale writes on why there’s nothing morbid about obituaries; and Susan Hill on the lessons she’s re-learnt from the pandemic.


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