python-numpy* is no longer buildable in testing due to the removal of the 
"cython" binary package.
The maintainer has requested removal of python-numpy from unstable but the 
ftpmasters have not yet
actioned it, presumably because there are still reverse-dependencies in 
unstable. A rc bug is
present but will not cause autoremoval because python-numpy is on the "key 
packages" list.

All of the reverse dependencies of python-numpy have already been removed from 
testing. So IMO
it makes sense to remove python-numpy from testing at this point, do other 
people agree?

* Note: since buster the python-numpy source package only builds python 2 
related binary packages,
the python3 numpy binary packages are now built from the numpy source package.

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