The latest “beast from the east” may bring happiness to children of all ages but police warn there is a real danger it will lead to more people breaking lockdown rules.
England chief medical officer Chris Whitty said last week: “The UK is past the peak.” But infection rates are still worryingly high compared to the first lockdown and current rates in other countries. And the snow expected to spread through the south of England in the next few days will without doubt bring families out to play. Continue reading Snow time’s no time for breaking rules→
To mark the beginning of Children’s Mental Health week the Duchess of Cambridge has teamed up with other celebrities to raise awareness.
She said: “This is a hugely challenging time for us all, so please look after yourself.”. The Duchess of Cambridge is talking not only about children’s mental health but parental and young adult’s mental health too. Continue reading Children’s Mental Health Week→
A Buckingham Palace catering assistant has been jailed after trying to sell stollen possessions of the royal family on eBay including signed pictures, photo albums and medals.
Adamo Canto, 37, from Scarborough, North Yorkshire had stolen a large amount of memorabilia from private collections in the palace as well as expensive items from the gift shops. Police said the array of items he had stolen were worth between £10,000 and £100,000, including a photo album of containing pictures of the visit of President Donald Trump. Continue reading Queen’s catering assistant jailed for theft→
The coronavirus has had an impact on every economic sector in every country around the world on an almost unimaginable scale.
There is expected to be a fall of 9.5% in the UK’s gross domestic product (GDP), making it the worst UK recession since the post-first world war slump between 1920 and 1926, where there was an estimated 25% drop for two years. In the second economic quarter of 2020 UK GDP fell by 20% in a matter of months rather than years.Continue reading Covid brings biggest economic slowdown in 100 years→
Homeless people in Oldham are considered “extremely vulnerable” and are some of the first in line to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, along with the over 80s.
Four million doses of the vaccine have already been given across the UK. Now priority groups three and four are being called up, including the over 70s and clinically extremely vulnerable. Homeless people do not come under any of the nine priority groups. Continue reading Oldham homeless first in line for vaccine→
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