With a lack of guidance from the government, people at high risk have been left alone to figure out what to do. That ministers have not provided a functional testing programme, or track and trace, only makes decision-making more difficult. Many “extremely vulnerable” people are still shielding long after the official programme finished in August, and haven’t seen family or friends in six months and counting. Others who can’t – say, a mother with muscular dystrophy who has to do the school run – have no choice but to risk their safety. … [Read more...] about Why is there so much more talk about pub opening times than about shielding?
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Choosing Amplifon means you are cared and looked after by qualified and experienced audiologists who can help change the way you listen to the world around you. Amplifon takes the time to understand your hearing health and the impact it’s having on your life. Not only that, but Amplifon also offers a 60 day money back guarantee, up to four years warranty, up to four years free batteries and flexible payment options. … [Read more...] about New app allows you to control your hearing aid from your phone
As someone who’s been part of a stepfamily set-up, I just want to reassure you that it does settle down in time, but you have to be patient and keep working at it. It’s a huge change for these children and they have to build a relationship with you. … [Read more...] about ‘My partner’s children can be mean, cheeky and rude but I am scared to step in’
Being a young boy, my feet weren’t touching the ground, as I was swept down over the edge of the stairway in a tidal wave of humanity. I tried to free my arms, but I was jammed like a wine cork. The descent was dissected by tubular metal handrails. I wasn’t near any of them. I was wedged in the middle of a tightly packed mass of singing supporters, my neat Italian suit pressed against broad backs and strong arms, my eyes around shoulder level with most of the surrounding men. We rolled slowly over the first flight, unaware that further down the fans who had got halfway back up the stairs in their clamour to return were being bowled over like skittles. … [Read more...] about ‘Singing and dancing to their deaths’: football’s forgotten tragedy