With The Queen’s blessing, the Sussexes will continue to maintain their private patronages and associations. While they can no longer formally represent The Queen, the Sussexes have made clear that everything they do will continue to uphold the values of Her Majesty. … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle and Harry’s £7.6m-a-year security could still be paid for by taxpayers… but UK and Canada could split it
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He said the trust’s behaviour policy was helping teachers to transform the life chances of thousands of largely working-class children across the north of England and that it ensured pupils were “cared for but not able to disrupt the learning of all the other pupils”. … [Read more...] about Legal action prompts academy to consider isolation unit criticisms
'Heat puts lot of strain on the body and can cause dehydration, heat stress and heat stroke. It can also make underlying conditions worse. People over the age of 75, people with chronic conditions and those who live alone are most vulnerable.' … [Read more...] about Australian workers swelter through 45C heat as Sydney is choked with thick smog while raging bushfires circle the city prompting a Christmas state of emergency – so how hot is it near you?
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts will be sworn in to preside, and he will administer an oath to all 100 senators to deliver "impartial justice" as jurors. Mr McConnell angered senior Democrats when he appeared to abandon that responsibility, saying Senate Republicans would act in lockstep with the Trump administration. … [Read more...] about Trump impeachment: House sends historic case to Senate
The team, led by White House counsel Pat Cipollone and Mr Trump's personal lawyer Jay Sekulow, said they were challenging the impeachment on both procedural and constitutional grounds, claiming that the president did nothing wrong and had not been treated fairly. … [Read more...] about Trump impeachment: Legal team says charges ‘brazen and unlawful’