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Friday, September 18, 2020

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Tory MP was convicted of complaining about BAME people who mostly violate the blockade World news

A conservative MP was accused of making unfounded allegations after claiming that the "overwhelming majority" of people who violated the rules of blocking the coronavirus came from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, particularly those of Muslim origin. Craig Whittaker,...

Coronavirus live news: England tightens restrictions, WHO says “young” behind some peaks | World news

The Iranian government has ignored repeated requests from senior prison officials for help in containing coronavirus in the country's overcrowded prisons, according to Amnesty International. The rights group said it had reviewed four-letter copies of the Ministry of Health...

Love in a time of coronavirus: virtual speed dating only for Miss and Sir | Education

IIn three days, 26-year-old Kate hopes to meet her dream teacher. Practically, of course. They will talk for 10 minutes during a What'sApp video call and messages will follow. In about two weeks a meeting will...

British Coronavirus Live: Boris Johnson admits that the government could have handled the crisis differently in the first few months | Policy

Public transport will have no room for most children who rely on buses, trains and trams to go to school in September, government science advisers warned. The space needed for social distancing means that public transport in England they will...

Before a vaccine, we will need treatments. Is interferon beta-1a a turning point? | Charlotte Summers | Opinion

According to current British government data, there have been nearly 300,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and more than 45,000 people have died. The scale of this tragedy is therefore enormous. And while a vaccine such as that tested by...

Martin Lewis accuses Student Loan Company of misleading graduates | Education

The Student Loans Company is offering graduates a "demoralizing, harmful and dangerous" picture of their debts, according to consumer credit champion Martin Lewis, who accused the company of pushing its users to make unnecessary repayments. Lewis, the founder of Moneysavingexpert.com,...

UK coronavirus live: doctors warn of the impact of the second wave on NHS News from the world

This government's reckless behavior in ignoring a legally required vital security phase, known as data protection impact assessment (DPIA), has endangered public health. We have an illegal "beat the world" test and tracking program. A crucial element in...

The length of universal credit interviews halved when UK performance needs to rise Company

The time that unemployed people spend with "job coaches" when applying for universal credit (UC) has been almost halved as unemployment rises, government ministers have admitted. The shortening of the first, crucial interview on the applicant's commitment from a 50-minute...

What is the best way to get rid of moths? | Money

Every week a Guardian Money reader sends a question and it is up to you to help him - a selection of the best answers will appear in the newspaper next Saturday. We had a terrible problem with moths: they...

Data show that 900 women in the UK have been affected by the “tax rape clause” of the Company tax credit

Official data show that 900 women were forced to reveal that their child was conceived because of a rape to seek social security help under the protection of two children 's government on benefits. Government figures reveal in its first...
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