Consequences of conspiracy theories. Written evidence submitted to Home Affairs Committee on Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Inquiry (COR0158).

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Consequences of conspiracy theories. Written evidence submitted to Home Affairs Committee on Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Inquiry (COR0158). / Jolley, Daniel; Douglas, Karen M.; Mari, Silvia.

London : House of Commons Home Affairs Committee, 2020. 7 p.

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