While continuing to help run the London's congestion charge and low emission zones (LEZ) for a further five years under a contracts renewal, Capita has also picked up additional work with the expanded ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) and other TfL initiatives. … [Read more...] about Capita to create 900 jobs on landing £355m Transport for London deal
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On the other hand, Prof Heymann argues, a "lack of political leadership" has hampered many countries where "public health leaders and political leaders have difficulty speaking together". In such a climate, the virus has flourished. US president Donald Trump and the country's top infectious disease doctor, Anthony Fauci, have clearly been on different pages, if not completely different books, during the pandemic. Brazil's president, Jair Bolsonaro joined anti-lockdown rallies, described the virus as "a little flu" and said the pandemic was nearly over in March. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Is the world winning the pandemic fight?
“Twenty-six years ago, there were no disabled models to be seen in mainstream media,” says Louise Dyson. As the founder of an established modelling agency, Dyson was first approached by a wheelchair manufacturer who needed a disabled model for its adverts. But in 1994, there were no professional disabled models, and it sparked a nationwide competition to find suitable candidates. Judged by a panel of fashion editors, photographers and celebrities, the Sunrise Model in a Million contest saw 16 finalists vie for a modelling contract. Overnight, the models became a global news headline – opening up conversations about the underrepresentation of disability in fashion for the first time. … [Read more...] about Meet the model agency fighting body fascism