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Friday, Sep 25, 2020


Aug 28, 2020 22:41
A Muslim woman of Indian descent who spied for Britain during World War Two is being honoured on Friday with a plaque marking her former home in London, more than 75 years after she was executed in Germany. read more
Aug 28, 2020 22:26
The boat named Louise Michel, after the French female anarchist, rescued 89 people, including 14 women and four children, at sea on Thursday, the newspaper said, and the crew were seeking to transfer them to a European coastguard vessel or disembark them at a port. read more
Aug 28, 2020 14:31
A study of Covid-19 patients admitted to 138 hospitals in Britain found that less than 1% were children, and of those fewer than 1% - or six in total - died, all of whom were already suffering serious illness or underlying health disorders. read more
Aug 26, 2020 15:59
This year’s themes include the Black Lives Matter movement and a celebration of Britain’s National Health Service, which is working to control the pandemic that has hit the Black community harder than others. read more
Aug 26, 2020 14:30
The BBC has ditched the lyrics of “Rule, Britannia!” for its traditional end-of-summer concert amid a debate over the song’s celebration of the British Empire at a time when critics are reevaluating the nation’s colonial past. read more
Aug 25, 2020 16:36
Sloane’s marginalisation in the museum is part of recent attempts to re-visit Britain’s history of slave trade and colonialism, sparked by George Floyd’s death in the United States of America (USA) in May read more
Aug 25, 2020 06:57
Talent risk - covering recruitment and retention as well as the wellbeing and health of staff - had jumped from 11th to first in a ranking of risks over the next three years for CEOs. read more
Aug 22, 2020 00:30
Viruses, including the pandemic SARS-CoV-2, are known for their ability to mutate all the time - and often this has little or no impact on the risk posed to people. read more
Aug 21, 2020 05:37
Researchers on Monday said they digitally “unwrapped” and “dissected” the three mummies using X-ray micro CT scanning, which generates three-dimensional images with a resolution 100 times greater than a medical CT scan. Actual unwrapping can damage and dislodge structures within a mummy. read more
Aug 19, 2020 15:41
Rates of depression appear to have almost doubled in Britain since the country was put into lockdown in late March as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to official statistics. read more
Aug 19, 2020 12:31
“The reason is that the evidence from NHS Test and Trace for where people catch the disease is that, very largely, they catch it from one household meeting another household, usually in one of their homes,”health secretary Matt Hancock said. read more
Aug 18, 2020 18:42
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said 19% of adults reported some form of depression during June, compared with 10% in the nine months to March 2020. read more
Aug 18, 2020 12:54
The UK strategy is to ensure Britain has enough potential doses from each bucket in the hope that one will be successful, but not to hoard supplies. read more
Aug 17, 2020 18:16
The Finding Freedom author says that the royal couple represents a modern UK - multicultural, pluralist and progressive read more
Aug 17, 2020 07:00
A study last week showed that minority ethnic groups were two to three times more likely to have had Covid-19 compared to white people in England. read more