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The Guardian’s front page says a report by parliamentary watchdog the National Audit Office (NAO) has found coronavirus exposed “decades-long weaknesses in government and divisions in wider society”. Gareth Davies, head of the NAO, is quoted as saying the virus “stress-tested the government’s ability to deal with unforeseen events” and had highlighted the need for ministers to be “systematic” in planning for emergencies and learning lessons quickly. The front page also features news of Ms McGee’s resignation from the NHS, including the claim that No 10 officials tried to “co-opt” her into a Clap for Carers photo opportunity with the prime minister.