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Thousands of doctors and nurses are having to take time off work because they can’t get tested

Thousands of GPs and nurses are unable to go into work because they are waiting for results from a coronavirus test. The mounting absences were revealed by the Royal College of GPs as it warned testing tsar Dido Harding the ‘vital’ flu vaccination programme could be undermined, which ministers say will stop the NHS being … Read more Thousands of doctors and nurses are having to take time off work because they can’t get tested

Tubes and trains are packed as thousands head into the office to save Britain’s economy

Tubes and trains were once again packed this morning as commuters continue to defy Boris Johnson‘s work from home orders and make their way into the office in their droves to try and save Britain’s crippled economy. Thousands of passengers boarded public transport to get back to desks for the second consecutive morning since the … Read more Tubes and trains are packed as thousands head into the office to save Britain’s economy

Thousands expected to honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court

Mourners began to gather at the Supreme Court Wednesday morning to pay their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as her casket arrived for a ceremony in the court’s Great Hall.  Thousands are expected to turn out to bid farewell to the women’s rights champion, leader of the court’s liberal bloc and feminist … Read more Thousands expected to honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court

Tubes and trains are packed as thousands of office staff vow to battle on for sake of UK economy

Tens of thousands of Britons vowed to battle on to save the economy today as they headed back to work after the Prime Minister’s call to avoid the office. Some of the county’s biggest firms declared ‘nothing had changed’ following Boris Johnson‘s desk-banging performance last night. Most had already been allowing staff to split time … Read more Tubes and trains are packed as thousands of office staff vow to battle on for sake of UK economy

So much for the WFH directive, Boris! Tens of thousands of staff defy home-work call to head in

Tens of thousands of Britons defied the Prime Minister’s call to avoid the office today as they headed back to work to save the economy. Some of the county’s biggest firms declared ‘nothing had changed’ following Boris Johnson‘s desk-banging performance last night. Most had already been allowing staff to split time between home and the … Read more So much for the WFH directive, Boris! Tens of thousands of staff defy home-work call to head in

Plans to allow thousands of sports fans back are paused due to Covid spike 

Plans to allow thousands of sports fans back into stadiums with venues up to a third full by October 1 are paused due to Covid spike Pilot events have been taking place with maximum of 1,000 fans in each stadium Plan was to return all venues to 30 percent capacity by beginning of next month  … Read more Plans to allow thousands of sports fans back are paused due to Covid spike 

Thousands of starfish washed ashore on Florida beach after Hurricane Sally hit last week

Thousands of starfish washed ashore on Florida beach after Hurricane Sally ripped through the area last week Hurricane Sally made landfall last week in the Gulf Shore regions of the US It brought intense rain, flooding and a water surge that left marine animals stranded on Navarre Beach that sits in the northwest panhandle of … Read more Thousands of starfish washed ashore on Florida beach after Hurricane Sally hit last week

Thousands of Britons fined over ‘unclear and ambiguous’ Covid lockdown rules

Thousands of Britons are being fined for breaking ‘unclear and ambiguous’ Covid lockdown rules, MPs warn Enforcement is having ‘disproportionate impact’ on young BAME men, MPs hear Committee hears there is no realistic way to challenge the fines issued by police Organisers of illegal gatherings face the largest fines, which are £10,000 By Luke May … Read more Thousands of Britons fined over ‘unclear and ambiguous’ Covid lockdown rules

Thousands of BA cabin crew vote to accept pay cuts

Thousands of British Airways cabin crew vote to accept pay cuts as firm battles to survive By Harriet Dennys, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:50 BST, 19 September 2020 | Updated: 21:50 BST, 19 September 2020 Thousands of British Airways cabin crew have voted to accept pay cuts as the firm battles to survive.  The … Read more Thousands of BA cabin crew vote to accept pay cuts

Lonely widower left in tears after THOUSANDS of strangers from all over the world get in touch 

A lonely OAP who put up a poster asking for friends after his wife died has been inundated with thousands of calls and emails from people who want to be his pal. Tony Williams, 75, has received so many emails they crashed his inbox and he has had 100s of phone calls from new friends … Read more Lonely widower left in tears after THOUSANDS of strangers from all over the world get in touch