“I usually work for the NHS bank and have been unable to do this on top of my hours as I am a risk, coming from a Covid ward. So I have lost the additional income I need to help towards my living costs,” she said. “It’s not a good time to be a student in the NHS.” … [Read more...] about Student nurses on Covid placements in UK call for return of paid NHS contracts
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One gauge of how badly being flung into Tier 3 affected local prosperity is the £44million support package handed to Liverpool city region, which was put into the highest level of restrictions in October, on top of £7 million when it went into the lower Tier 2. … [Read more...] about The REAL cost of Covid-19: RUTH SUNDERLAND’s terrifying dossier exploring the full economic damage will make you ask… can we afford to keep the brakes on Britain?
'My kids love these as a grab and go breakfast on their walk to school. I also use the leftover taco wraps (even grab an extra packet if I'm keen) and make scrabbled egg and bacon wraps,' one woman said. … [Read more...] about Wife creates the ultimate ‘fakeaway’ McDonald’s McMuffin breakfast for her husband each morning – and they cost just $1.90 each to make
I read with interest the letter (20 November) from a consultant neurosurgeon as I recovered from neurosurgery at Salford Royal hospital, which was undertaken on 8 November. I noticed that many of the staff who treated me probably missed Diwali, which seemed to go unremarked. They had frameworks of support in place but there was an increasing toll on them from increased safety measures, their domestic lives complicated by school closures and support issues. … [Read more...] about A Covid Christmas and the price of life
If they test negative they will be able to go about their lives as normal. After seven days of negative tests they will be released from the system. Trials of the scheme will begin this week in Liverpool, where the Army has been helping to conduct the first mass testing of an entire city. … [Read more...] about Last push to beat Covid: Boris Johnson unveils post-December 2 lockdown ‘Tiers’ vowing they will be ‘redundant’ by MARCH amid rising vaccine hopes – with gyms and Christmas shopping back on the cards but warnings of a ‘catastrophe’ for pubs