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Weekend read: Rebecca Coriam: lost at sea

This week’s article is one of Jon Ronson’s for The Guardian, looking at the disappearance of cruise ship workers, and Rebecca Coriam’s case in particular. It’s an article that asks more questions than it answers, and is really quite harrowing.

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