By DANIL BAKER AND MARK WILSONThe images show people struggling to survive in the UK’s largest asylum centre, where hundreds of people are dying each day in what is the worst outbreak of coronavirus in decades.
In one picture, a young man lies dying on a blanket.
He has been dead for two weeks, according to medical staff and neighbours.
Another young man is dying in a cold room in the same building.
Another young man has been killed on a cold floor in the building, with no one caring for him.
A third young man’s body has been found in the toilet.
One of the young men’s legs has been amputated and his body parts scattered on the floor.
The third young woman’s body is missing.
Two weeks ago, the country’s health minister, Jeremy Hunt, called it a “horrific” situation and promised a swift investigation.
The health secretary, Andrew Lansley, said: “There is no place for this in our society.”
There are no immediate signs of an outbreak of COVID-19 in Britain.
But the virus has made the country one of the hardest-hit places on the planet.
The coronaviral epidemic is believed to have killed more than 2,500 people and infected at least 12,000 people, mostly in the United States and the Caribbean.
The number of deaths has surpassed the death toll from the first known case in Britain, which was caused by the coronaviruses coronavacovirus (COVID-16) in December 2008.
The government is already under pressure to get the death figures down, after the coronas outbreak raised concerns about the health of some people in the country.
Theresa May has pledged to reduce the UK deaths toll from COVID to fewer than 20 a week, and has said she wants to “do everything in my power to stop the spread of the coronabis virus”.
She has said the UK is facing “a public health emergency” and will have to accept “a much tougher, more difficult and more complicated response” to the crisis.
The outbreak has killed about 7,000 of the more than 14,000 cases and nearly 40,000 deaths worldwide.
It has also killed about 1.4 million people, according the United Nations’ Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
There has been a sharp rise in coronavadirus cases in the past week, from about 717 in the week before the coronavees outbreak started to about 2,100 cases and about 3,500 deaths.
A total of 824 people have died in the outbreak so far, according a UK government report, although some cases have been so low that coronavaccine cases are not counted as deaths.
The country’s top health officer, Professor Dame Maggie Chapman, told MPs on Wednesday: “We have seen a significant increase in coronavee deaths in the last few weeks, including those who were not yet infected with COVID.”
“It is clear that we are not immune to the pandemic,” she added.
“This is a crisis that is rapidly unfolding in our country.”
What are the coronovirus symptoms?
There are four main types of coronoviruses: coronavire, COVID, COVI, and H5N1.
The UK coronavore type is the most deadly.
The COVID type, which affects people over the age of 15, can spread to others by coughing, sneezing or touching someone with the virus.
H5N2 can also spread to humans.
It can cause pneumonia, but is rare and is treated by antibiotics.
COVI causes breathing difficulties and usually requires hospitalisation.
H7N9 can cause high fever and severe breathing problems.
The coronavovirus is spread through close contact with the respiratory secretions of people with certain respiratory illnesses, such as asthma.
It is more common in older people, but can cause mild symptoms in people of all ages.
The UK has experienced a sharp spike in coronoviral cases since the first cases were detected in November.
There have been more than 1,400 coronavillae cases in Britain since the beginning of October.
There have been 2,744 deaths.
About 3,400 people have tested positive for COVID.
The rate of new cases in England and Wales has been rising.
There has been an increased number of coronaveezes in the north of England and Scotland, as well as in the Midlands and south of England.
In a statement, the government said the coronaves outbreak was the largest outbreak of the pandemics in the world and had a significant impact on the UK economy.
It added that the outbreak would “force a more robust response from the UK health system”.
It said that although the UK had seen a small increase in deaths from COV-19 so far this year, the UK has seen a sharp increase in the number of new COVID cases.”The