The Department of Health and Social Care declined to comment on surgery staff having to stay at home. It believes that as many as one in four of those seeking a test in England do not need one, and that that unnecessary demand is overloading the system. The department said that on Monday GPs were added to the list of key workers, alongside hospital staff, who should get priority for testing. … [Read more...] about Lack of Covid tests ‘forcing NHS GPs and nurses to stay off work’
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What is a Google Doodle? Google founders Larry and Sergey drew a stick figure behind the second 'o' of Google to show they were out of office at the Burning Man festival and with that, Google Doodles were born. … [Read more...] about Google’s 22nd birthday celebrated in special Doodle today
She added: “I have realised how much of a s***hole organisation Turning Point USA is, and am glad I got out of this bulls*** before I invested my whole life into it, let alone just my senior year of college.” … [Read more...] about Who is Charlie Kirk and what is Turning Point?
Costello and Demaine played to acclaim at the Barn Theatre's outdoor festival in August. Producers Jack Maple and Brian Zeilinger-Goode saw the show in Cirencester, and joined forces with BoxLess Theatre and the Barn, to take it to the Garrick … [Read more...] about BAZ BAMIGBOYE: There’s a musicals feast in store for Britain’s Got Talent
Layers of drama Kentridge likes to take his viewers on a journey — so much so that the term "audience" is more fitting for those who encounter his art. He produces layers upon layers of work on a single surface, using materials that can reach from chalk and charcoal to shoe polish and sewing machines. The erasure of layers plays as important a role in that journey as the creation of new layers itself. … [Read more...] about Drama on canvas: William Kentridge takes African stories to Hamburg