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Black and Latino people in America represent nearly a third of all cases and have been nearly twice as likely to die from the virus as their White counterparts. Many health experts contend the data underscores how racial bias shapes not just policy, but also public behavior during health crises. … [Read more...] about ‘A slap in the face’: how racial bias dogs US coronavirus response at every level
Building back betterUnder the new rules agreed by the government, flood victims will in future get insurance money to restore their homes to resist future flood damage by, for example, moving electric points higher up a wall. It’s called “building back better”. … [Read more...] about Natural solutions boosted to help prevent floods
Matt Jess, who has taught history in Protestant schools for many years and who has taught both units, says the earlier period may be perceived as easier for pupils in non-selective schools. “How much land was cultivated, how many ships were built to help the war effort, that kind of thing. I think that would be seen by many history departments as something that was easier for pupils to grasp and to pass the exam in than the other course, in which you tend to be dealing with a lot more abstract ideas, like power-sharing,” he says. … [Read more...] about Is the curriculum dividing Northern Ireland’s schools along Troubles lines?
Tier three threats include disruption to gas and oil supplies, a rise in the "level of terrorists, organised criminals, illegal immigrants, and illicit goods trying to cross the UK border to enter the UK", and attacks on a UK overseas territory "as the result of a sovereignty dispute". … [Read more...] about National security strategy says UK under threat of cyber attack