According to the Withdrawal Agreement, it can request a two-year extension, which would give the sides until December 2022 to negotiate a deal. However, it must make that request within the next four weeks. Johnson and his colleagues have repeatedly said they will not do that but he and his government have consistently gone against their word in various areas, both in terms of Brexit and elsewhere. … [Read more...] about Does the coronavirus crisis make a no-deal Brexit more likely?
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There's no denying Rangnick's influence, at both the clubs he has worked at and German football generally, but it is also worth noting it has been aided by circumstance. His work at Hoffenheim coincided with the club's desire to push innovation, and at Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig he benefited from extensive financial support, from SAP and Red Bull respectively. His ideas have never lacked the support needed to put them into action. … [Read more...] about Germany’s Ralf Rangnick, the ‘football professor’
MPs on the committee, held on Zoom, reacted with fury to her comments. Tory MP Jonathan Gullis, a former teacher, said he was 'outraged' with the unions and said: 'I've never been so frustrated in my entire life as sitting in this committee, listening to what's being said' and accused the NEU of 'running a political campaign to make sure schools did not open that is utterly disgraceful'. … [Read more...] about Letter signed by 1,500 paediatricians demands Boris Johnson publish a clear plan for getting children back to school before generation of pupils are left ‘scarred for life’