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AMO coronsvirus reading resources

Reading Resources

Telegraph Online

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Make sense of today’s biggest stories with a digital subscription to The Telegraph. Enjoy unlimited access to all of The Telegraph’s unrivalled analysis and commentary, keeping you informed and up-to-date as events unfold across the globe.

BMJ's covid-19 hub supports health professionals and researchers with practical guidance, online CPD courses, as well as the latest news, comment, and research from BMJ. The content is free and updated daily.
Financial Times

Try it for £1 a week for the first 4 weeks.

In these uncertain times, our expert analysis and broad worldview can help you react swiftly to daily developments in markets, business and politics. 


Coronavirus: 118 free resources for home learning

In a bid to help teachers and parents with the school closures and the coronavirus, there are lots of free resources out there to assist with home learning. We have compiled a list for you.

The Independent 

3 months for £3!

The paper that almost wasn’t. When the founders of the paper were taking the brave, even foolhardy, decision to start a new newspaper in 1986 – the first quality national paper to launch for more than a century – a variety of names were considered. But more than three decades on, “it” still is, and it still needs support from you, the loyal and above all independent-minded readership that shares that vision.
The Guardian online

Free 14 day trial.

Two innovative apps and ad-free reading on   The complete digital experience from The Guardian.

Why not take out a subscription to a new magazine and indulge yourself?   Whether online or hard copy, there are some great deals out there to give you a greater variety of reading material!

Amazon kindle 

Various offers

All you need is a kindle and an internet connection, and you can download as many books without having to leave your armchair or sofa!   Here is a link to the 100 best sellers, and separately the best 100 FREE to download
Audible - audio books

FREE 30 day trial!

Enjoy audiobooks and original podcasts on the audible app. Transform mundane moments with the free app. Offline Access. Custom Narration Speed. Quick & Easy Exchanges. New Releases Every Month. Members-Only Daily Deals. An Amazon Company. Audible Originals.

The Spectator 

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The Spectator is a weekly British magazine on politics, culture, and current affairs. It was first published in July 1828. It is owned by David and Frederick Barclay, who also own The Daily Telegraph newspaper, via Press Holdings. Its principal subject areas are politics and culture.   Currently one month FREE trial offer - for more details click here

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