The reproduction rate denotes the number of other people an infected patient will pass the sickness on to and it must stay at 1 or below or Britain will face another crisis. However, the way the R is calculated means it is out of date, and the latest calculation is based on data from around three weeks ago - before the lockdown loosened. … [Read more...] about Britain announces 177 more Covid-19 deaths: Preliminary toll jumps past 38,000 – but separate data shows the UK’s real number of fatalities is at least 10,000 higher
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Anne Longfield, children's commissioner for England, said: 'Whilst this doesn't paint a picture of a constant stream of drug deals in the classroom, the numbers are still worrying and prove how naive it would be to think drugs … aren't present in some schools.' … [Read more...] about Number of children caught in school with drugs including HEROIN is up by more than a quarter in four years, new figures show
And why this supersensitivity on the part of men? Kerner thinks men, particularly those in their 30s and 40s, already think they know it all. "I've been at cocktail parties where a woman has edged up to me to ask how she can get her husband to read the book, only to have him bowl up and tell me that he could have written it himself." It's not their fault, says Kerner, who blames lack of education and distorted ideas about "normal sex" derived from pornography, where cunnilingus resembles a bull attacking a salt lick, and couples have spontaneous orgasms after marathon sessions of coitus. … [Read more...] about The real C-word
China's economy shrinks for first time in decades BBC News - Global Questions, Coronavirus Crisis - China Why does China’s economy matter to you- - BBC News Coal consumption by six major power generators surged back to historical norms after May's "Golden week" holidays, according to investment bank JP Morgan. It currently stands 1.5% above the historical average, suggesting that power demand has returned to normal. … [Read more...] about How bad are China’s economic woes?
Both Andrew Cuomo and Bill De Blasio are refusing to reopen NYC and let people get back to work but are demanding money from the federal government for the services they run. On Wednesday de Blasio said it was Trump's fault that NYC had lost $9billion and Cuomo demanded more money in the next stimulus bill for government-run services … [Read more...] about NYC restaurants plead to be allowed to open with outdoor tables and say they’re in ‘dire need of help’ after being forced to stay closed for 11 weeks despite dwindling infection numbers