With Ireland lock Devin Toner absent for Leinster following the death of his father on Friday, the last thing Blues’ coach Leo Cullen needed to see was Mick Kearney being forced off with concussion. But Connacht were ruthless and struck again after 22 minutes. … [Read more...] about Connacht see off Leinster to win first Pro12 title at Murrayfield
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Arianne, of Cardiff, said: 'I am so interested in how the legal world is changing and in particular looking at which laws we maintain and which we change coming out of the EU. Coupling law with French means that I can look at the international side of law and I am very much looking forward to learning more about both the British and French legal systems.' … [Read more...] about Despair and delight of UK’s Covid exam generation: From the young carer robbed of a university place to twins who scored identical A*s and are now off to Oxford
One conclusion that experts are already drawing is that it was those countries close to China, with memories of Sars, or cultural ties to their neighbour, which were much faster to act in response to Covid-19. Perhaps most notable in its success was Taiwan. Closely linked by economic and cultural ties to mainland China, Taiwan could have been at high risk of a major Covid-19 epidemic. Tourists and business people travelled regularly back and forth. … [Read more...] about How did Britain get its coronavirus response so wrong?
Fahy, the lead spokesperson on workforce development for the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo), spoke as Theresa May, the home secretary, was due to announce plans this week to introduce direct entry to the service at inspector and superintendent ranks as part of the Winsor reforms. … [Read more...] about Call for new law to force police to tackle diversity crisis at top