Lockdown is doing more harm than good, says FREDERICK FORSYTH

A WEEK into Winston Churchill's prime ministership in May 1940, the war was going disastrously. As Western Europe buckled in the face of the German onslaught, the Nazi regime looked invincible. Yet even in this dark hour, Churchill bristled with defiance. "I think I see my way through," he told his son Randolph.

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