'We have, and we will continue to engage with local residents, local highways teams, public health and the environment agency, amongst others, to find the most acceptable and sophisticated planning conditions for the site to reopen, so disruption to the neighbouring properties, residents and the environment is kept to a minimum. … [Read more...] about Couple’s fury over council plans to build giant quarry 100 metres from their dream £350,000 16th Century Grade II-listed home
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During the press conference on April 30 during which the PM confirmed the UK as a whole was passed the peak of the virus, he said that despite the figures: "At no stage has our NHS been overwhelmed, no patient went without a ventilator, no patient was deprived of intensive care, we have five of the seven projected Nightingale wards. … [Read more...] about The 18 UK councils that haven’t reached their coronavirus peak – is yours on the list?
Several authorities said charities now offered help, while others set up “crisis funds” to help in desperate cases. Only Jeremy Corbyn ’s local Labour-run Islington Council offered the full £150. … [Read more...] about Millions of kids in ill-fitting or dirty clothes as councils axe school uniform grant
“The DfE should urgently look at what other trusts are raising similar financial concerns, and tell parents and teachers across the country how they will ensure that the scandal of WCAT is not repeated across the country,” said Rayner. “We will be asking questions about this in parliament and if ministers don’t start giving us some answers then people will wonder what they have to hide.” … [Read more...] about Labour urges ministers to ‘come clean’ over collapsed academy trust
In 2012 he was transferred from Hungary to Azerbaijan, under the Council of Europe convention on the transfer of sentenced persons, to serve the rest of his sentence. Instead, he was immediately set free, pardoned by the president and promoted to major. Mr Margaryan’s family and Mr Makuchyan challenged this at the European court of human rights (represented by us). On Tuesday, the court found that these actions meant Mr Safarov had in effect been granted impunity for his crimes, breaching the right to life under the European convention on human rights. It found the actions were also discriminatory because the authorities’ “glorification of his extremely cruel hate crime … had a causal link to the Armenian ethnicity of his victims”.Philip LeachDirector, European Human Rights Advocacy Centre, Middlesex University … [Read more...] about Clarifying the case of Ramil Safarov