The Evening Briefing: Wednesday March 18

The Two-Minute Briefing

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The Evening Briefing: Wednesday March 18

Schools to close: Exams will not take place in May and June as pupils told to stay at home http://bit.ly/2QooxQb |Michael Deacon: The virus threatens to change everything... and it’s already changed the Commons http://bit.ly/2UktjiP |Coronavirus: The Latest: New Telegraph podcast brings you up to speed  http://bit.ly/2TTxwuS |Pound plummets: Global stocks tumble as sterling falls to 35-year low http://bit.ly/2UkdVTA |Rationing begins: Supermarkets to limit groceries and call for police protection amid fears of rioting http://bit.ly/2TZFaUx |Food supply: Morrisons boss wants competition law relaxed to keep shelves stocked http://bit.ly/2U40GrD |Glastonbury cancelled: 50th anniversary festival postponed http://bit.ly/38ZOdJD |Brooding puppet master: 'What documentary tonight shows about my old friend Dominic Cummings' http://bit.ly/3dcCxpZ |Kamala Harris: The steely senator who could become US vice president http://bit.ly/2QoEF4w |

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The Evening Briefing: Wednesday March 18
The Evening Briefing: Wednesday March 18
The Two-Minute Briefing