The difference between the EU’s emissions fall with the UK as a member state and the smaller decline without the UK’s contribution also highlights how the EU will have to step up its efforts after Brexit. A large part of the UK’s emissions cuts since 1990 came from an early switch away from coal to gas, but more recent falls have come from an increase in renewable electricity generation. … [Read more...] about EU’s greenhouse gas emissions continue to fall as coal ditched
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"Ryanair will operate a daily flight schedule of almost 1,000 flights from most of its 80 bases across Europe, restoring 90 per cent of its pre-Covid-19 route network." … [Read more...] about Ryanair to launch 1,000 daily flights by July with routes to Spain, Greece and Portugal from £12.99
What can I do if my airline won't pay out? Do I have to accept vouchers? If you're on an EU flight, which is any flight leaving the UK or any flight with an EU carrier that lands in the UK, you're entitled to a full refund or alternative flight if yours is cancelled. … [Read more...] about More than eight in ten Ryanair passengers still waiting for refunds, says Which?
Second, Johnson has been an “’elf ’n’ safety gone mad” rabble-rouser since time immemorial, his fallback for any thin column-writing day. He and his claque have won, eviscerating the HSE, ordering it in 2011 to cut inspections by a third. Its budget has been cut by £100m since 2010, and it has lost a third of its workforce. Local authorities have had to cut health and safety, and environmental health, to the bone. “Light-touch” regulation and “bonfires of red tape” have been favourite Tory battle cries, with Johnson the cheerleader. Labour’s employment spokesman, Andy McDonald, says an employer’s chance of a spot inspection is once in every 275 years. … [Read more...] about For test and trace to work, the public needs to trust this government. But how can we?
The International Space Station, often abbreviated to ISS, is a large space craft that orbits Earth and houses astronauts who go up there to complete scientific missions Many countries worked together to build it and they work together to use it It is made up of many pieces, which astronauts had to send up individually on rockets and put together from 1998 to 2000 Ever since the year 2000, people have lived on the ISS Nasa uses the station to learn about living and working in space It is approximately 250 miles above Earth and orbits around the planet just like a satellite Living inside the ISS is said to be like living inside a big house with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a gym, lots of science labs and a big bay window for viewing Earth … [Read more...] about Nasa’s 1st US astronaut launch in years takes place TOMORROW – as Elon Musk SpaceX ship prepares for historic take-off