Lab testing issues 'may take weeks to resolve' Council leader 'furious' over testing capacity What do the stats tell us in Wales? "I am alarmed to hear that Covid-19 testing resources in north Wales are being reduced in order to ramp up testing capacity in south Wales," he said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Fears over care home test cuts in north Wales
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The marriage is under extreme pressure at the moment. All the kids are grown up and only one of the three remains at home. Should the marriage fail there may well be a messy business of who owns what and who is entitled to what and it crossed my mind – as far as rights go – who has more rights over the house? Is it a case of a 50/50 split because of the mortgage being in joint names? Or do I have more rights over the value of the house. … [Read more...] about My marriage is in crisis and I’m wondering who has more rights on the property
Lewis Hamilton and leading drivers have condemned Formula One and the FIA for putting drivers at risk for the sake of entertainment after a safety‑car restart led to a major accident at the Tuscan Grand Prix. Egan Bernal’s defence of his Tour de France title wilted and then collapsed definitively in the September heat, as Primoz Roglic tightened his grip on the leader’s yellow jersey and fellow Slovenian Tadej Pogacar took his second stage win. Saracens scored five tries in their 40-17 win against Exeter with both teams fielding understrength teams before the European Champions Cup quarter-finals. Hull FC recorded their second victory in four days to set up a Challenge Cup quarter-final with Wigan Warriors, after eliminating Castleford. And Tom Brady, the man who helped the New England Patriots to six Super Bowl titles, may be gone but the most successful NFL team of the 21st-century started the season in familiar fashion. … [Read more...] about Monday briefing: ‘Abide by rule of six,’ police plead
“Where face-to-face appointments are necessary, they are being facilitated, and we have called on CCGs to work with practices where this is not possible – for example, if all GPs at a practice are at high risk of Covid-19 – to ensure that they can be. … [Read more...] about NHS reminder about face-to-face appointments angers GPs
We are in a situation like that in a Shakespeare history play, where messengers arrive hourly with bad news from all ends of the kingdom. The Nuffield Southampton, which combines a new city centre theatre with a longstanding campus playhouse, is closing, with 86 roles made redundant. The Theatre Royal Plymouth has made its entire artistic team redundant and the Royal Exchange Manchester may have to make 65% of its staff redundant. The story is much the same wherever you look, be it Birmingham, Norwich or Perth. Even the big, seemingly well-protected institutions are not immune: the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, was reported in the London Evening Standard to be “facing closure”. … [Read more...] about Dear Oliver Dowden, have you even begun to grasp the scale of our arts crisis?