Bidens campaign noted that just weeks ago, Trump said Harris would be a fine choice he contributed as a private citizen to Harris attorney general campaigns in California. … [Read more...] about Kamala Harris BLAMES ‘delusional’ Trump for coronavirus deaths as he ‘failed to take it seriously’ – despite China ban
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One reason Normal People was so admired was the effort made to show women’s sexuality on equal terms to men’s. The use of an ‘intimacy coach’ was also cited as a reason why the scenes were so authentic. Similar attention to equality of pleasure was evident in Netflix’s Sex Education, where Otis is shown striving to work out the mysteries of female anatomy. … [Read more...] about The Femail Face-off: As social distancing makes filming them almost impossible… should we kill off erotic TV scenes?
“In recent years independent schools have raised money to subsidise the fees of lower income families, widening access. Students from disadvantaged backgrounds, who are on bursaries at ISC schools, often go on to secure further financial help in order to attend top UK universities,” said Barnaby Lenon, the ISC chair and a former head of Harrow school. … [Read more...] about Average private school fees rise above £17,000 a year for first time
The ISC census combines data from around half of private schools in the UK, with members from the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) which includes high-profile private schools such as Eton, Roedean and Manchester Grammar, as well as from the Girls’ Schools Association and the Independent Association of Prep Schools. … [Read more...] about Private schools in UK attracting record numbers of students
Schools minister Nick Gibb did not support the call, saying: "All the advice we've had is the measures that we're putting in place, the hierarchy of controls about hygiene and so on and bubbles within schools, is the most effective method of reducing the risk of transmission of the virus." … [Read more...] about Huge coronavirus study ‘to show schools are safe’ – but it’s not published yet