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Despite its democratic structure, Japan’s government has been domi- nated by a single party, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), since 1955. This book offers an explanation for why, even in the face of great dis- satisfaction with the LDP, no opposition party has been able to offer itself as a credible challenger.
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  • look a bit like cornflakes stuck to your skin
  • get bigger
  • spread to other parts of your body
  • be itchy
  • sometimes
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ent. Anyone can get it, but it's very common in young children. Check if you have impetigo Impetigo starts with red sores or blisters. They quickly burst and leave crusty, golden-brown patches. <span>These can: look a bit like cornflakes stuck to your skin get bigger spread to other parts of your body be itchy sometimes be painful Sores (non-bullous impetigo) or blisters (bullous impetigo) can start anywhere – but usually on exposed areas like your face and hands. Credit: DR P. MARAZZI/SCIENCE PHOTO LI




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had impetigo before and it keeps coming back Impetigo is very infectious. Check with the GP before you go in to the practice. They may suggest a phone consultation. Information: Coronavirus upda<span>te: how to contact a GP It's still important to get help from a GP if you need it. To contact your GP surgery: visit their website use the NHS App call them Find out about using the NHS during coronavirus Treatment for impetigo from a GP A GP will check it's not something more serious, like