'We've got to look at what partners such as Australia and the US are doing in order to ensure that they have the maximum security of that 5G network and we've got to recognise the fact, as has been recently exposed, the Chinese state does sometimes act in a malign way.' … [Read more...] about Calls for Britain to follow our Five Eyes intelligence partners and BAN Chinese firm Huawei from working on the 5G upgrade amid espionage fears after Williamson voiced ‘grave concerns’
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The series, in which the character of Irene was made pivotal, nearly did not get made. Donald Wilson had been keen on Galsworthy's novels since 1928 and had been seeking the film rights, owned by MGM, for 11 years. But Sydney Newman, head of BBC drama, was doubtful whether a "costume" piece would appeal to popular taste in the Swinging 60s. Others were equally doubtful - even if such a series were to be made - whether two people both called Porter could star in it. … [Read more...] about Nyree Dawn Porter
Second, just because a paper has more complex questions, it does not mean it is harder. On Ofqual's scoring system, a paper that covered very few topics but did so in great depth would score very highly. Having a wider range of content in the paper is not recognised. So the true picture is more nuanced. The new GCSE is bulking up on content, so Ofqual's measure may understate the scale of the change that is coming. … [Read more...] about How hard is the maths GCSE?
"The deep Antarctic circumpolar water is only a handful of degrees warmer than the water above it - a degree or two above 0C - but that's warm enough to light this glacier up," says David Holland, an oceanographer with New York University and one of the lead scientists at the grounding zone camp. … [Read more...] about Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the ‘doomsday glacier’
It was all of the above. Ernest Marples backed all of the above as a member of the Conservative government, between 1959 and 1964. It's no waiting at any time. It's New Zealand. Like the UK, Singapore uses double yellow lines to indicate no parking. In the US and India they appear in the centre of the road when no passing is allowed. They mark out disabled parking bays and prevent other drivers from encroaching on them. It's cleared snow to make hidden lines visible again. Anthony Wilkinson of Nottingham filmed the wardens as they dished out the tickets. It was a squashed hedgehog. The painted animal was found in Hartlepool. A seal pup was found alive and well on lines in Devon and a dead shark next to some in Aberystwyth. Banksy was behind the image, which was painted on the side of a building in Tower Hamlets in 2007. … [Read more...] about 7 questions on double yellow lines