The message which addressed the mayor of Louisville and was initially shared by Gloria Steinman, continued: 'Tamika Palmer is Breonna’s mother, and her small request in the face of huge injustice is easily within your power as Mayor and human being: "I want justice for her. I want them to say her name. There’s no reason Breonna should be dead at all."⠀ … [Read more...] about ‘Don’t make a fight where there isn’t a fight’: Kate Beckinsale shuts down ‘mean spirited’ All Lives Matter comment on her Instagram post about Breonna Taylor
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And after that ministers want to roll out mass testing to everyone as soon as it's possible. … [Read more...] about Moonshot meaning: What is Moonshot testing?
The focus will also shift to getting businesses up and running where possible, with detailed guidance for firms on how they should operate, and garden centres allowed to open from Wednesday where two-metre 'social distancing' rules can be put in place. … [Read more...] about ‘I don’t know what stay alert means’: Nicola Sturgeon rubbishes Boris Johnson’s new slogan and warns ‘mixed messages’ mean ‘people will die unnecessarily’ as Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland ALL refuse to use it
2A - There is no tumour or a tumour 2 centimetres (cm) or smaller in the breast and cancer cells are found in 1 to 3 lymph nodes in the armpit or in the lymph nodes near the breastbone. It can also mean the tumour is larger than 2cm but not larger than 5cm and there is no cancer in the lymph nodes. 2B - The tumour is larger than 2cm but not larger than 5cm and there are small areas of cancer cells in the lymph nodes. Or it can mean the tumour is larger than 2cm but not larger than 5cm and the cancer has spread to 1 to 3 lymph nodes in the armpit or to the lymph nodes near the breastbone or the tumour is larger than 5cm and hasn't spread to the lymph nodes. Stage three There are three parts to stage three, and this stage means the cancer is in the breast or nearby lymph nodes: … [Read more...] about What type of cancer does Sarah Harding have?
A: The Scottish government's clinical director Prof Jason Leitch Leitch said there is a whole separate set of guidance for higher and further education. He said: "If you live in shared accommodation, for example a group of four sharing a kitchen/bathroom, then you create a new household. If you live in large halls with your own room, own cooking facilities/bathroom, you are a household all of your own." Note that hospitality rules apply in student areas and eating places - two households, six people, social distancing. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: What does the rule of six mean for me?