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A letter for the 97%

ISOBEL THORLEY

Dear Elizabeth Truss, Nadine Dorris and Priti Patel,

#Proudtobeprotected: Selfie booths and framing the self for visibility

RAHUL ADVANI

In April and May 2021, the deadly second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in India, driven largely by the delta variant, saw the country’s collapsing healthcare system make international news headlines. While images of bodies being burned in makeshift funeral pyres glowed from television screens, desperate pleas for hospital beds and oxygen cylinders flooded social media, exposing the direness of the situation.

Letter to Jens Spahn

JASMIN SIMAO AJAYI

Dear Mr. Spahn,  

I am a German citizen from Munich, currently in my final year of studying Anthropology at the University College London (UCL). I am writing to you today to address an issue that has come to my attention recently: the disproportionate effect of Covid-19 on economically disadvantaged and minority ethnic people in Germany and particularly the lack of data-collection in those respects.  

Eating Disorders, Education, and TikTok

EMILIE THOMPSON

28th February 2021 

Dear Mrs Murdoch, 

Please let me express my enormous gratitude for the work you and your team continue to conduct in the face of the current pandemic. The NHS are demonstrating unwavering resilience and dedication that is nothing short of inspiring.  

A Letter for Malcolm Reed

TANYA SHARMA

Dear Professor Malcolm Reed, (Lead Co-Chair of the Medical Schools Council),

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