Asked if pubs could have to close to allow schools to reopen, the spokesman replied: "Our approach is a localised one, where you would assess the situation on the ground and take whatever steps were required to slow the spread of the virus. … [Read more...] about No10 confirms travel from London and other cities may be halted if coronavirus spikes
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The measures will be reviewed in a week's time, with Ms Sturgeon expressing her hope that they could be removed, either in entirety or in part. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Lockdown to be reimposed in Aberdeen after spike in cases
There are some people who will insist that drawing attention to the new allegations against Biden is playing into the Republicans’ hands. That it will destroy Biden’s campaign and guarantee us four more years of Trump. Not only is that argument hypocritical, it is also hugely unlikely that Reade’s accusations will do any damage whatsoever to Biden’s ambitions. Allegations of sexual assault certainly haven’t posed any hindrance to Trump. The allegations against Kavanaugh didn’t stop him from becoming a supreme court justice. The allegations against Louis CK didn’t kill his career in comedy. And the multiple women who have accused Biden of touching them inappropriately in the past haven’t exactly derailed his career. … [Read more...] about Why has the media ignored sexual assault and misbehaviour allegations against Biden?
I keep a red file folder, its edges faded from nearly three decades of exposure to dust and light. Inside, the title words I typed in 1991: “The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima.” It is the first research paper I ever wrote. Tucked inside of the folder’s front flap are three stapled index cards, each with reference titles written in smudged pencil. The first book listed is the one that mattered to me most: the journalist John Hersey’s 1946 nonfiction classic Hiroshima. The book’s scenes, vivid and wrenching, are lodged inside my memory. Particularly this one, about the Rev Kiyoshi Tanimoto, pulling bomb victims from a sand pit: “He reached down and took a woman by the hands, but her skin slipped off in huge, glove-like pieces.” … [Read more...] about Daughters of the bomb: my reckoning with Hiroshima, 75 years later
Kate then asked: 'Do you feel there is a judgement around being able to put on a facade and pretend that everything is going great? Is it places like this that are needed in communities where parents don't feel judged and mums can go and be honest and feel like they are being listened to?'. … [Read more...] about The masked duchess! Kate Middleton is seen wearing a face protector for the first time as she helps unpack donations at a baby bank in Sheffield in £15 cotton covering from Amaia