Dr Owen Landeg, principal environmental public health scientist at PHE, said: 'Below 18 degrees, changes to the body mean that the risk of strokes, heart attacks and chest infections increase so heating homes to this temperature is particularly important to stay well.' … [Read more...] about Frost in transmission! Britain suffers ‘coldest night of winter’ so far after -7C plunge… as highest pressure recording since 1957 could knock out TV signal for millions tonight and make your ears POP
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Democrats, meanwhile, are pushing for witnesses and documents that weren't part of the House proceedings. A few Republicans said they want to know more before deciding. It's relevant because new information from Lev Parnas, an indicted associate of Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, is being incorporated in the House case. At the same time, Senate Democrats want to call John Bolton, the former national security adviser, among other potential eyewitnesses, after the White House blocked officials from appearing in the House. … [Read more...] about Mitch McConnell ‘is drawing up a “kill switch” option that could cut Donald Trump’s impeachment trial short if Democrats try to drag it out for weeks’
Javid’s abrasive Brexitry dashed industry hopes that a stonking 80-seat majority would allow the government to devote itself seriously to the practicalities of prosperity, growth and productivity. His words drew this despairing view from one engineering company chief executive: “Self-serving complacency! To bring in divergent regulation is purely doctrinaire and ideological, as it makes no sense on the ground,” said Andrew Varga of Seetru, a manufacturer of industrial valves. “Europe’s CE kitemark is gold standard and all that’s needed, but they spit on it just because it’s European: they want ‘Great British’ standards.” … [Read more...] about Sajid Javid’s Brexit posturing shows he doesn’t know or care what his words mean
Regeni’s good intentions may also have blinded him to how his actions could have been interpreted. During the autumn of 2015, he had learned of a grant of up to £10,000 issued by a British foundation to fund a development project. He was interested in applying because he could use the money to support his own PhD research and help the people he was studying. He mentioned his idea to a leader of the independent street vendors’ union, Mohamed Abdallah. Abdallah’s level of interest – in the money, rather than the project – worried Regeni. As a result, Regeni dropped the idea. Still, news of a young well-funded foreigner, ready to finance an internal Egyptian movement, may have struck police as exactly the kind of foreign conspiracy they wanted to stamp out. … [Read more...] about Who murdered Giulio Regeni?
A spokesperson for the Southern Trust said: "An SAI review has been conducted by an independent chair and independent panel members external to the trust, which unfortunately can take longer to complete, due to complexities of managing the time and availability of the expert members." … [Read more...] about Dementia patient’s family feel let down over death