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| Europa: Engeland: The Guardian (Laatste update: donderdag 21 oktober 2021 13:06:20)
UK Covid live: Labour demands 500,000 per day booster jabs target, saying ‘wall of defence is crumbling’
Latest updates: shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth warns current booster programme will not be completed until March 2022
Jeremy Hunt made his comments earlier (see 11.12am) during a Commons urgent question on Covid. During the exchanges Jonathan Ashworth, the shadow health secretary, said the government should be aiming to get booster vaccinations up to 500,000 per day. He told MPs:
On current trends we won’t compete boosters until March 2022. Instead of doing just 165,000 booster jabs a day, why not set a commitment to do 500,000 jabs a day and get this programme completed by Christmas, mobilising pop up clinics and making better use of community pharmacies?
The third dose for immuno-compromised has been described as chaotic by charities. Why not allow them to use walk-in centres?
Historically, around 5% of school is missed due to absence during the spring term, but in spring this year 57.5% of sessions (half a day) were recorded as missed due to circumstances relating to coronavirus.
This represents 219m school days, according to Department for Education (DfE) data out today.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 10:52:18 GMT
Coronavirus live: Covid-linked deaths in Russia at record highs again; most cases in Bulgaria since April
Russia reports 1,036 deaths and 36,339 cases over past 24 hours; protests over restrictions even as over 4,500 new cases recorded in Bulgaria
In the UK Labour’s shadow culture secretary Jo Stevens– she is MP for Cardiff Central – has been on Sky News, and has been highly critical of the government’s approach to rising Covid numbers in the UK, accusing the health secretary Sajid Javid of an “element of complacency” in his press conference yesterday. She said:
It’s a serious situation we’re in. Rising infection rates, rising hospitalisation rates, and suddenly rising death rates. And what we want to see and have pressed the government to do is to demonstrate their plan for dealing with this ahead of the winter situation.
The NHS is under pressure.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 10:46:48 GMT
Lorry falls into water at Bristol harbour
Driver made it to safety after HGV ended up partially submerged on Thursday morning, say rescue team
A lorry has fallen into the harbour in Bristol city centre.
Emergency services were called to the scene early on Thursday after the HGV ended up partially submerged in the water, with the cab perched on the dock.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 10:37:40 GMT
Human remains found in search for Brian Laundrie | First Thing
Investigators also found items believed to belong to Gabby Petito’s fiance. Plus, Trump to launch social media platform
Human remains have been discovered in a Florida park during the search for Brian Laundrie, the fiance of Gabby Petito, the FBI has said. Investigators said they also found items they believe belonged to Laundrie, more than a month after the 23-year-old went missing.
Whose remains have been found? They have not been identified, the FBI said.
What has Laundrie been charged with? Laundrie was charged in his absence with the unauthorized use of a debit card in September.
When was Trump barred from Facebook and Twitter? The former president was banned after the Capitol attack
When will the platform be launched? TRUTH Social will be open to “invited users” for a beta launch in November, with plans to make it more broadly available at the beginning of next year.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 10:27:40 GMT
Bill Clinton says he is ‘glad to be home’ after hospital admission
Former US president releases video thanking staff at California hospital where he was treated for infection
Bill Clinton has released a video saying he is on the road to recovery after being hospitalised in southern California for six days to treat an infection unrelated to Covid-19.
Clinton, 75, who arrived home in New York on Sunday, said he was glad to be back and that he was “so touched by the outpouring of support” he had received while in hospital last week.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 10:21:46 GMT
Carrie Fisher, ghostly jesters and a curious motoring fine – take the Thursday quiz
Fifteen questions on general knowledge and topical trivia plus a few jokes every Thursday – how will you fare?
This time last week it was Thursday, and now here we all are again facing 15 questions on general knowledge and topical trivia plus a few jokes. All your favourites are here: a Doctor Who reference to spot, a Kate Bush answer to avoid, the beloved Pokémon round, Ron from Sparks, and some twisty little anagrams along the way. It is very silly, just for fun, and there are no prizes, but let us know how you got on in the comments.
The Thursday quiz, No 26
If you do think there has been an egregious error in one of the questions or answers, please feel free to email email@example.com but remember, the quizmaster’s word is always final, and if you question it too much you might find yourself stuck in a certain Korean TV show.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 10:00:13 GMT
Norway reveals plans for river trap system to protect wild salmon
Announcement comes as Scottish report says open-pen salmon farms pose substantial risk to wild population
Norway is to introduce new traps to protect wild salmon after experts warned they could become endangered as a result of contact with their farmed counterparts.
Farmed fish and non-native pink salmon carry various diseases and lice, and in recent years have spread from Russia across the Norwegian coastline, reaching Britain and mainland Europe.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 09:56:08 GMT
What is driving the rise in UK Covid cases?
A drop-off in mask wearing and slow uptake of booster jabs are among the reasons for the continuing growth
Covid cases in the UK are on the rise once more, with 49,156 reported on Monday – the highest figure since mid-July. The increase appears to be driven by growing case numbers in England, but what is behind that increase?Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 09:52:16 GMT
A fifth of Indonesia’s palm oil sites lie in protected forests, says Greenpeace
Greenpeace says enforcement failures have led to Unesco sites and land mapped as orangutan habitat being turned into plantations
Almost one-fifth of the land used for Indonesian oil palm plantations is located in the country’s forest estate, despite a law banning such activity, according to a study by Greenpeace.
The report, produced by Greenpeace and TheTreeMap, describes a catastrophic failure of law enforcement that has allowed swathes of land, including Unesco sites, national parks and areas once mapped as habitat for orangutans and Sumatran tigers, to be turned into oil palm plantations.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 09:49:17 GMT
Chile far-right candidate rides anti-migrant wave in presidential poll
José Antonio Kast has exploited Trumpian issues ahead of November’s election despite the country’s recent leftward turn
Hopes for a more progressive Chile have been dealt a blow as a far-right candidate surges in opinion polls ahead of the first presidential election since massive demonstrations against inequality erupted in 2019.
A month before the vote, polling shows that the leftwing candidate – former student leader Gabriel Boric– has slipped behind (by one percentage point) José Antonio Kast, a supporter of the dictator Augusto Pinochet, who has suggested digging ditches along the country’s border to stop migrants.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 09:30:11 GMT
China Evergrande shares fall sharply after $2.6bn asset sale collapses
‘No guarantee’ Chinese property giant can meet its $305bn debts, starting with a deadline on Monday that could trigger default
Shares in the struggling property giant China Evergrande have fallen sharply after plans to offload a stake in one of its units for $2.6bn fell through, casting further doubt over whether it can avert the country’s biggest ever corporate failure.
China Evergrande Group, the parent company for the sprawling empire built by former steel industry executive Xu Jiayin, closed down 12.54% in Hong Kong on Thursday. Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 08:58:39 GMT
Thief broadcasts face to thousands after snatching journalist’s phone during live report – video
A man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a journalist’s phone straight from his hands during a live broadcast in Egypt.
Mahmoud Ragheb, a reporter for the news site Youm7, was filming the aftermath of an earthquake live from the streets of Cairo when a man on a motorbike sped past and seized his phone.
The alleged thief unknowingly broadcast his face to more than 20,000 people who were watching the livestream at the time, as he left the scene smoking a cigarette. Clips of the incident were later widely shared on social mediaContinue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 07:58:25 GMT
Victoria Covid cases jump as Melbourne prepares to exit lockdown – as it happened
Scott Morrison will also appear on Nine’s commercial breakfast TV show. No doubt we’ll have one of the favoured radio shows pop up as a media alert soon.
Penny Wong is now in the ABC radio studios speaking to Fran Kelly on ABC RN.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 07:47:47 GMT
British leavers and remainers as polarised as ever, survey finds
Nine out of 10 people would vote the same way again, but leavers feel better about UK politics since Brexit
Brexit divisions in UK society appear to be as entrenched as ever, according to the latest British social attitudes survey, with little sign that the issue is losing its polarising force. Nine in 10 of leave and remain voters said they would vote the same way again, it found.
Although Britain’s departure from the EU pushed overall public trust and confidence in government to its highest level for more than a decade, the survey reveals that this surge in support for the UK political system came almost entirely from leave voters – with remainers as disillusioned as they were previously.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 07:09:55 GMT
How the Balloon World Cup blew up to become your new favourite sport | Gregg Bakowski
The newest sport on the block is wild entertainment and came into being because of lockdown and a footballer’s sense of fun
Who hasn’t been at a children’s party and started an impromptu game of keep-ups with a balloon? It’s fun, addictive and can get fiercely competitive. Well, that same game has just had its own World Cup, won by Peru, after a thrilling final watched by a sell-out crowd in Spain and around eight million Twitch viewers online.
If you’re wondering how a seemingly childish activity could ever become a legitimate source of sporting entertainment, we need to go back to Covid lockdowns – and how those experiencing cabin fever got creative to stay active at home. Some juggled toilet rolls, did indoor parkour or ran marathons on their balconies.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 07:00:13 GMT
Global heating ‘may lead to epidemic of kidney disease’
Deadly side-effect of heat stress is threat to rising numbers of workers in hot climates, doctors warn
Chronic kidney disease linked to heat stress could become a major health epidemic for millions of workers around the world as global temperatures increase over the coming decades, doctors have warned.
More research into the links between heat and CKDu – chronic kidney disease of uncertain cause – is urgently needed to assess the potential scale of the problem, they have said.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 06:01:12 GMT
‘You shouldn’t work if your kidneys are failing – but people can’t afford not to’
Global heating is having a deadly impact on Nicaragua’s sugar cane workers, who toil in temperatures of up to 45C
At the Sacuanjoche clinic in Chinandega, the largest city in Nicaragua’s sugar cane-growing region, nephrologist Nelson Garcia does the rounds of his patients. Many are suffering from chronic kidney disease (CKD); most fell ill while working long hours under the beating sun in the nearby sugar cane fields, and now have damaged and failing kidneys.
“People arrive with a host of symptoms here; some are really nauseous, or vomiting, or have severe diarrhoea,” Garcia says, adding that although unsure exactly how many people he has treated for heat stress and related kidney diseases this year, he knows it is a lot. “Others are physically weakened, tired, or have nasty muscular cramps, while others complain about having no appetite or libido – there really are so many symptoms.”Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 06:01:11 GMT
Thief broadcasts his face to thousands after snatching journalist’s phone during live report
In widely shared footage of the incident, the man can be seen snatching the reporter’s phone during a live broadcast in Egypt
A man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a journalist’s phone straight from his hands during a live broadcast in Egypt.
Mahmoud Ragheb, a reporter for the news site Youm7, was filming the aftermath of an earthquake live from the streets of Cairo when a man on a motorbike sped past and seized his phone.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 05:32:45 GMT
Only 14% of promised Covid vaccine doses reach poorest nations
Just 261m of the 1.8bn doses pledged by wealthy nations have arrived in low-income countries, analysis finds
Only one in seven Covid vaccine doses promised to the world’s poorest countries have been delivered, a report reveals.
Of 1.8bn doses pledged by wealthy nations, just 261m (14%) have arrived in low-income countries, according to the analysis by the People’s Vaccinealliance, a coalition of groups that includes Oxfam, ActionAid and Amnesty International.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 05:01:10 GMT
Assad regime ‘siphons millions in aid’ by manipulating Syria’s currency
Government pockets half of donations as central bank forces UN agencies to use lower exchange rate
The Syrian government is siphoning off millions of dollars of foreign aid by forcing UN agencies to use a lower exchange rate, according to new research.
The Central Bank of Syria, which is sanctioned by the UK, US and EU, in effect made $60m (£44m) in 2020 by pocketing $0.51 of every aid dollar sent to Syria, making UN contracts one of the biggest money-making avenues for President Bashar al-Assad and his government, researchers from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the Operations & Policy Center thinktank and the Center for Operational Analysis and Research found.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 05:00:12 GMT
Life after loneliness: ‘I was a single, isolated workaholic – until I learned to love my own company’
After my second divorce, I was alone for almost a decade. I soon realised that no one was coming to rescue me and began to build a new world for myself
I have had several periods of loneliness in my life, but none more intense than after my second divorce. I was single for almost a decade, and despite being busy, and having a great job in TV, the reality was that I was incredibly lonely.
By divorcing, and for a second time, I’d stepped away from what was considered acceptable by the British Pakistani culture of my heritage. I didn’t want to tell anyone about my past, or answer questions about why I’d made the choices I had – or about how far my culture and religion had influenced those decisions – because I was still grappling with them myself.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 05:00:11 GMT
The great betrayal: how the Hillsborough families were failed by the justice system
After 32 years of establishment lies, media smears, inquests, trials and retrials, the families of the Hillsborough dead have yet to see anyone held accountable
On a grey morning in May this year, the English legal system’s epic failure to secure justice for the families devastated by the Hillsborough disaster finally ground to its dismal conclusion. Ninety-seven people were killed due to a terrible crush on an overcrowded terrace at the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough football stadium on 15 April 1989. Since then, the families have endured a 32-year fight for the truth to be accepted – that the main cause of the disaster was police negligence, and for those responsible to be held accountable.
The first bereaved parents I met when I began reporting on the disaster and the families’ implacable campaign for justice, in 1996, were Phil and Hilda Hammond, whose son, Philip, had died at Hillsborough, aged 14. Hilda, who worked as a senior intensive care nurse at Liverpool’s Walton hospital, told me that, unbearable as their loss was, she had still been able to understand that disasters can happen. She expected that the authorities would hold prompt and rigorous proceedings. “I thought they would find the truth of how Philip died, how they all died, and if anybody was found to be to blame they would be punished,” she said. “I was so naive.”Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 05:00:10 GMT
New Zealand Covid daily cases pass 100 for first time since pandemic began
Director general of health says country is following similar trajectory to UK, with vast majority of hospital cases being unvaccinated
New Zealand’s daily Covid-19 case numbers have gone into three figures for the first time since the pandemic began, as it recorded 102 new cases in the community on Thursday.
Thursday’s cases broke Tuesday’s record of 94, bringing the total in the Delta outbreak to 2,260 cases.Continue reading...
Thu, 21 Oct 2021 01:38:25 GMT
UK strikes trade deal with New Zealand – but it may add nothing to GDP
‘Groundbreaking’ agreement criticised by UK farmers is part of 10-year plan to pivot to Indo-Pacific
Britain has struck a trade deal with New Zealand, a key ally, as ministers hope to stem the country’s reliance on China – but the agreement is expected to add no value to the UK’s gross domestic product.
Despite the Department for International Trade heralding the deal as a “groundbreaking” achievement that was a “vital part” of Boris Johnson’s commitment to levelling up, the prime minister has been accused of selling out British farmers.Continue reading...
Wed, 20 Oct 2021 22:02:40 GMT
Solar storm confirms Vikings settled in North America exactly 1,000 years ago
Analysis of wood from timber-framed buildings in Newfoundland shows Norse-built settlement 471 years before Columbus
Long before Columbus crossed the Atlantic, eight timber-framed buildings covered in sod stood on a terrace above a peat bog and stream at the northern tip of Canada’s island of Newfoundland, evidence that the Vikings had reached the New World first.
But precisely when the Vikings journeyed to establish the L’Anse aux Meadows settlement had remained unclear – until now.Continue reading...
Wed, 20 Oct 2021 21:03:46 GMT
Morocco to ban flights to and from UK over rising Covid rates
Suspension will take effect from 11.59pm on Wednesday and will last until further notice
Morocco is banning flights to and from the UK because of rising coronavirus case rates. Airlines cancelled several flights between the countries on Wednesday before the suspension comes into effect at 11.59pm.
Latest figures from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control show the north African country’s weekly rate of reported coronavirus cases on 14 October stood at 10.4 per 100,000 people. The UK’s comparable rate is 445.5.Continue reading...
Wed, 20 Oct 2021 17:58:10 GMT
Nollywood moment: African film industries ‘could create 20m jobs’
UN study finds streaming services have increased demand for film productions from across the continent, but warns piracy and underinvestment hampering growth
Film industries in Africa could quadruple their revenue to $20bn (£15bn) and create an extra 20m jobs in creative industries, according to a UN report about cinema on the continent.
The booming film industry in Nigeria – Nollywood is the world’s second-largest film industry in terms of output – and Senegal were examples of African countries with defined business models and growing avenues for local film productions, which are increasingly sought after by television and streaming services such as Netflix and Disney+, said the report by the United Nation’s cultural body, Unesco.Continue reading...
Wed, 20 Oct 2021 16:35:01 GMT
Dune review – Denis Villeneuve’s awe-inspiring epic is a moment of triumph
Villeneuve’s take on the sci-fi classic starring Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac and Zendaya has been given room to breathe, creating a colossal spectacle
If there can ever be a moment of triumph for a director, when the anxiety of influence is vanquished – for a bit, anyway – then Denis Villeneuve might have achieved it. This eerily vast and awe-inspiring epic, a cathedral of interplanetary strangeness, is better than the attempt a generation ago by an acknowledged master.
David Lynch’s Dune from 1984 was an interesting, rackety, flawed movie that attempted to cram the entirety of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel into its running time – the result was like Flash Gordon without the laughs. Villeneuve, with his co-writers Jon Spaihts and Eric Roth, has used less than half the book (with a second episode to come) and allowed it room to grow: to breathe and drift through unimaginably vast reaches of fictional galaxies, with images of architecturally enormous spacecraft moving into view, or delicately lowering themselves on to alien landscapes of parched and austere beauty, particularly the ravishingly pure desert landmass of “Dune”, the contested planet itself. Star Wars’ debt to Dune, and now Dune’s debt to Star Wars, has been extensively discussed (amusingly, Dune gives us moving holograms rather like the one in which Princess Leia first begged Obi-Wan Kenobi for help). But this blockpulverising film feels more like TE Lawrence’s imperious version of The Phantom Menace. This is how it ought to have been.Continue reading...
Wed, 20 Oct 2021 14:00:52 GMT
Too hot to handle: can our bodies withstand global heating?
Extreme heat can kill or cause long-term health problems – but for many unendurable temperatures are the new normal
The impact of extreme heat on the human body is not unlike what happens when a car overheats. Failure starts in one or two systems, and eventually it takes over the whole engine until the car stops.
That’s according to Mike McGeehin, environmental health epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “When the body can no longer cool itself it immediately impacts the circulatory system. The heart, the kidneys, and the body become more and more heated and eventually our cognitive abilities begin to desert us – and that’s when people begin fainting, eventually going into a coma and dying.”Continue reading...
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