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  • More than a third of degrees awarded are firsts - for second year running K年1月25日 E7時38分 Wales Online The number of first-class degrees awarded has continued to rise, with one in three students achieving the top grade, according to data published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) on Tuesday. In 2020/21, more than a third – 36% – of …
  • Grade inflation fears as number of first-class degrees awarded to UK university students hits 36% K年1月25日 E4時19分 Daily Mail The proportion of first-class degrees awarded to students has risen again in the most recent data, with one in three now achieving them amid worries over 'grade inflation'.   In the 2020/21 academic year, more than a third - 36% - of degrees …
  • Lucky genes can help lower risk of diseases in people with obesity K年1月25日 E2時39分 Medical News Geneticists have revealed why some people with obesity remain relatively healthy, whilst others suffer from life-changing ailments such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Anyone with a BMI over 30 is considered obese rather than just overweight and …
  • More than a third of degrees awarded are firsts for second year running K年1月25日 E10時47分 Jersey Evening Post The number of first-class degrees awarded has continued to rise, with one in three students achieving the top grade, according to data published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) on Tuesday. In 2020/21, more than a third – 36% – of …
  • Lucky fat genes can help protect obese people from certain diseases, new study suggests K年1月25日 E8時28分 Sky News Lucky fat genes can help protect obese people from certain diseases, a new study suggests. Fat stored under the skin, like a paunch or a double chin, is considered less harmful than fat stored around organs such as the liver and heart. And according to …
  • Don’t curse your double chin and pot belly – you may have ‘lucky genes’ K年1月25日 E6時22分 The Telegraph A middle-aged spread may be a sign a person has “lucky” genes which protect against some diseases, according to a new study. The genes control how a person’s body distributes its fat with some people storing 'visceral fat' predominantly around …
  • Lucky genes can help protect obese people from some diseases – study K年1月25日 E12時35分 Jersey Evening Post Lucky genes can help protect people with obesity from certain diseases, a new study suggests. These people tend to have their fat stored under their skin rather than on their organs. Scientists say the findings explain why some obese people remain …
  • IS&S Appoints New CEO after Founder's Death K年1月18日 E3時45分 Aviation International News Innovative Solutions & Support appointed president Shahram Askarpour to CEO following founder, chairman, and CEO Geoffrey S.M. Hedrick’s death that was announced last week. “We are deeply saddened by the sudden loss of Geoff Hedrick, who has been a …
  • Best UK universities for drama & dance – league table K年1月18日 E12時22分 The Guardian 1 Essex 100 88.9 94.8 82.2 15.6 5 167 9 78 93.3 Satisfied with course88.9 Satisfied with teaching94.8 Satisfied with feedback82.2 Student to staff ratio15.6 Spend per student/105 Average entry tariff167 Value added score/109 Career after 15 …
  • 'Manifesto' is a story of dreams made real by never giving up K年1月18日 E10時29分 NPR In a 1973 review of Nobel Prize-winning writer Toni Morrison's Sula, New York Times critic Sara Blackburn wrote: "Toni Morrison is far too talented to remain only a marvelous recorder of the black side of provincial American life. If she is to …
  • Dancing on Ice 2022: Ria Hebden's secret weapon for winning the series and her crusade to champion women in TV K年1月16日 E9時48分 EIN Presswire This Morning and Lorraine star Ria Hebden is taking part in the 2022 series of Dancing on Ice, you can read more on the series here, and although you might recognise her from the TV she also has her own business. The 39-year-old first worked as a publicist …
  • Corporates downplay gas emissions, research shows K年1月12日 E4時09分 BusinessLIVE As companies rush to set climate goals, some aren’t even getting the basics quite right when it comes to accounting for greenhouse-gas emissions. That’s what researchers in Ireland, the UK and Germany found after scouring a decade’s worth of corporate …
  • Economic Watch: Bumpy ride on Europe's road to economic recovery K年1月10日 E10時51分 Big News Network by Xinhua writer Huang Zemin LONDON, Jan. 10 (Xinhua) -- Heading into the new year, European economies are in for a rough ride as they attempt to bounce back from the economic enormity of the coronavirus pandemic. Pressure has loomed large and come from a …
  • How Tony Blair advised former Kazakh ruler after 2011 uprising K年1月6日 E5時08分 The Guardian The newly knighted Sir Tony Blair is one of several well-paid western advisers who have burnished the image of Kazakhstan’s former ruler Nursultan Nazarbayev and his autocratic regime, now the target of angry protesters. Narzabayev invited Blair to give …
  • People from Black, Asian backgrounds reluctant to engage in COVID-19 testing due to feelings of alienation K年1月5日 E3時38分 Medical News A Kingston University, London study found people from Black and Asian backgrounds were reluctant to engage in Covid-19 testing due to feelings of alienation and stigmatization and a lack of trust in agencies, such as the UK government and the National …
  • Risk of diabetes could be 'hardwired' into our DNA as 'two sets of genes increase chance of illness' K年1月5日 E12時45分 Daily Mail Risk of diabetes could be 'hardwired' into our DNA as scientists discover there are two sets of genes that increase chances of developing the illness Risk of getting type 2 diabetes is ‘hardwired into our DNA’ claim UK scientists Landmark research …
  • Omicron threat: Students forced to fly abroad early K年1月2日 E11時00分 The Times of India Mangaluru: The Omicron threat is forcing students studying abroad to fly there in advance, to ensure that they don’t get stranded, in case flights get cancelled, or there is an increase in fares. For instance, Ashwil Melita Veigas, a resident of Bajal, has …
  • Pressing ahead: The new titles that launched in 2021 K年12月30日 E10時12分 HoldTheFrontPage It’s been a year of expansion for jobs in the regional press industry and the number of titles journalists are working for has grown with it too. The 12 months of 2021 have been characterised by further launches and counter-launches by the bigger …
  • Lee Mack: The comedian and Not Going Out star who calls Surrey home K年12月28日 E4時16分 SurreyLive Lee Mack - a comedian and the star of Not Going Out - has never shied away from calling Surrey his home. Mr Mack, 53, lives on the Surrey side of Hampton Court, East Molesey, according to a previous interview he gave to The Guardian. He appears to have …
  • All about Lord Sugar, Tim Campbell and Baroness Brady on The Apprentice K年12月22日 E4時00分 Business Live The Apprentice returns in the new year with a fresh batch of ambitious entrepreneurs looking to impress Lord Sugar with their commercial acumen.. There’s a £250,000 investment at stake and the chance to go into a business partnership with Lord Sugar. Over …
  • Ghislaine Maxwell’s defence: Socialite’s fate depends on false memory, ‘Uncle’ Jeff’s affairs and a former Miss Sweden K年12月17日 E11時44分 The Independent Ghislaine Maxwell rose to her feet to address Judge Alison Nathan on Friday afternoon, finally answering a question that had lingered over her sex trafficking trial. “Your honour, the Government has not proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt so there is …
  • UK - Vassil Girginov K年12月10日 E7時38分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Reader in Sports Management and Development, Brunel University London Profile Articles Activity Vassil Girginov is a Reader in Sport Management and Development at Brunel University London. He has been researching and writing …
  • Hackers could sabotage 4D printed objects to cause malicious failures K年12月10日 E3時36分 New Scientist Attackers could gain access to printers and manipulate designs of parts such as aircraft propellers in ways that are difficult to detect Technology 10 December 2021 By Matthew Sparkes 4D printed ceramic samples on display at a tech fair Xinhua / Alamy …
  • Driving Home for Christmas a very dangerous song for driving home for Christmas K年12月10日 E1時32分 Wales Online New research shows ‘Driving Home for Christmas’ may not be the perfect song to listen to while actually driving home for Christmas. In partnership with an academic study from Brunel University London, Coventry University and the Economic and Social …
  • Lydia Bedford: Meet Leicester Women's new manager K年12月10日 E11時03分 Sky Sports It's been a whirlwind few weeks for Lydia Bedford. She has gone from England Women youth team coach to Leicester Women manager and going straight into the job has meant little time to explore the city with her dog, Baxter. "Last week, I stayed in …
  • Athletics: Fraserburgh’s Max Abernethy closing in on Scotland vest after latest cross country performance K年12月9日 E3時56分 Press and Journal Fraserburgh athlete Max Abernethy is knocking hard on the door to international selection following his excellent win in the North District cross country championships at Gordonstoun. The 20-year-old Aberdeen University student stormed round the muddy 8k …
  • UK - Hayleigh Bosher K年12月3日 E8時23分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law, Brunel University London Profile Articles Activity Dr Hayleigh Bosher is a Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law and Associate Dean at Brunel University London. She is the …
  • A Tabloid ‘Game of Thrones’ in London Could Tilt U.K. Politics K年11月20日 E3時07分 The New York Times LONDON — Geordie Greig was always an odd fit as the editor of The Daily Mail, Britain’s biggest tabloid. Educated at Eton and Oxford; a former editor of the society magazine Tatler; and a friend of the writer V.S. Naipaul and the painter Lucian Freud, Mr. …
  • What is the public perception surrounding COVID immunity certificates? K年11月18日 E11時06分 Medical News Immunity certificates are a controversial topic. While some individuals view them as necessary in order to protect others against the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and prevent another surge in cases, others view them as an intrusion on their privacy …
  • Age no barrier to activism: how UK’s young and old built bonds in Covid K年11月17日 E4時16分 The Guardian Unexpected friendships spanning four – and sometimes five – generations have sprung up between volunteers engaged in “crisis campaigning” during the pandemic. Experts said the unusual bonding between those in their 60s and older, and those in their early …
  • How much damage could Paul Dacre do as chair of Ofcom? K年11月16日 E8時55分 New Statesman In a typically vitriolic editorial, Paul Dacre’s Daily Mail once described the media watchdog Ofcom as “the worst kind of bloated quango” and agreed with David Cameron that it should be “dramatically slimmed down”. A decade later, as Ofcom prepares to take …
  • Time series study first to suggest that increased consumption of ultra-processed foods has environmental implications K年11月11日 E9時14分 Phys.org A new study finds that over the last 30 years, Brazil has undergone a nutrition transition toward a diet higher in ultra-processed foods, and that of food types consumed, these have been the largest contributor to worsening impacts on greenhouse gas …
  • Boakye selected as the new president of Essex County College K年11月9日 E3時20分 Essex News Daily - New Jersey Essex County College President Augustine A. Boakye NEWARK, NJ — Augustine A. Boakye has been selected as the ninth president of Essex County College by the college’s board of trustees following a national search. Boakye assumed the office Nov. 1, after …
  • Anita Asante: ‘People say I’m an activist but I just believe I found my voice’ K年11月3日 E11時24分 The Guardian Anita Asante did not get into football for its politics and the platform it provides. Like most, Aston Villa’s centre-half just loved the game. But when it comes to mixing sport and politics, surely few can match the former England international. Asante …
  • Iran executes people at ‘alarming rate’, says United Nations K年10月27日 E5時26分 Dawn UNITED NATIONS: Iran executed over 250 people, including at least four child offenders, in 2020 and so far this year has carried out 230 executions that included nine women and one child who was executed in secret, the UN independent investigator on human …
  • UN: Iran executes people at `alarming rate’ — 250 in 2020 K年10月26日 E2時13分 My Northwest - Washington State UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Iran executed over 250 people, including at least four child offenders, in 2020 and so far this year has carried out 230 executions that included nine women and one child who was executed in secret, the U.N. independent investigator …
  • Iran: Death Penalty Used As Political Tool – UN Expert K年10月25日 E6時46分 Scoop NEW YORK (25 October 2021) – Calling almost all executions in Iran an arbitrary deprivation of life, a UN human rights expert today urged the country to reform its laws to end imposition of the death penalty in violation of international law. “There are …
  • Emeka Dumbili K年10月24日 E1時02分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Lecturer, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Profile Articles Activity Dr Emeka W. Dumbili is a Sociologist with expertise in alcohol and other psychoactive substances, micro-macro plastic pollution (environmental sociology/ …
  • Boris, Brexit And The Winter Of Discontent K年10月16日 E7時37分 Forbes UXBRIDGE, ENGLAND - MAY 08: (Alternate crop of #472458768) Boris Johnson, Conservative candidate ... [+] for Uxbridge celebrates on stage following his win as he attends the count at Brunel University London on May 8, 2015 in Uxbridge, England. The United …
  • Concern over underage alcoholism, public sexual displays K年10月9日 E6時30分 The Nation (Nigeria) Alcoholic children risk myriads of health challenges- Expert How addiction to entertainment industry negatively influences children -Study   Moral decadence in the society appears to be taking a turn for the worse with underage children indulging in …
  • New local newspaper launches with Boris Johnson’s backing K年10月8日 E8時14分 HoldTheFrontPage A new local newspaper that aims to become “self-sustaining” has been launched to serve Boris Johnson’s constituency – and will feature the Prime Minister as a regular columnist. Brunel University has announced the launch of the Hillingdon Herald, which …
  • Anne Jones obituary K年10月7日 E6時37分 The Guardian My mother, Anne Jones, who has died aged 86 of Alzheimer’s, was a pioneering headteacher, a leading educationist, a senior civil servant and a professor at Brunel University. She also appeared as a panellist on BBC Question Time. Anne was born in Coventry, …
  • Healthy ice-cream firm plans to release three mouth-watering new flavours as it expands across Ireland K年10月2日 E8時46分 The Irish Post AN award-winning healthy ice cream brand founded by an Irishman in London some eight years ago is now available across Ireland. Wheyhey produces sugar-free ice cream – offering a guilt-free treat that is rich in calcium, fibre and protein. The brand prides …
  • Secondary school bans students from using slang terms such as ‘like’ and ‘bare’ K年10月1日 E10時14分 The Independent A London secondary school has “banned” its pupils from using slang, with phrases on the prohibited list including “that’s long”, “bare” and “oh my days”. Students at the Ark All Saints Academy in southeast London are also not permitted to use the terms “ …
  • Christmas prices will rise in Britain, truckers say K年9月30日 E7時51分 SaltWire By Guy Faulconbridge and Ben Makori TATSFIELD, England (Reuters) - Truck drivers have a cautionary message for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson: an acute shortage of drivers is ratcheting up their wages and that will have a knock-on effect on prices …
  • The Complex Truth About ‘Junk DNA’ K年9月26日 E12時44分 News (South Africa) Imagine the human genome as a string stretching out for the length of a football field, with all the genes that encode proteins clustered at the end near your feet. Take two big steps forward; all the protein information is now behind you. The human genome …
  • Chinese firms in Nigeria face widespread labour abuse allegations, tainting bilateral relationship K年9月22日 E11時34分 Global Voices President Muhammadu Buhari with Wang Yi, Chinese foreign minister, in Abuja, Nigeria. Image from Aso Rock [Nigeria Presidential] Villa Facebook page, Jan 5, 2021. Nigeria is a key destination for numerous Chinese manufacturing firms, with clusters located …
  • Nurofen develops a music track that it claims can reduce PAIN  K年9月22日 E10時57分 Daily Mail A new song has been written that can reduce the intensity of a painful headache, helping you tune out your suffering, according to its developers.  It uses instrumental, orchestral and vocal elements to create a sense of 'wonder,' according to its …
  • Strike ballots loom at universities in major national dispute K年9月22日 E6時41分 The Herald (Scotland) Scottish higher education institutions are facing strike ballots as a major national dispute intensifies. They are among UK establishments where University and College Union (UCU) votes will open on October 18 in a deepening row over pensions, pay, …
  • CULTURE: Witchcraft: Lawmakers are in a ‘Catch-22’ situation K年9月12日 E1時18分 Daily Maverick Friends and family attend the funeral service of Gogo Jostina Sangwena at Naledi Community Hall on April 17, 2021 in Soweto, South Africa. It is reported that Gogo Jostina Sangweni was killed after being accused of witchcraft by her attackers. (Photo by …
  • Sharon Horgan: 'I have embarrassed my daughters hugely' K年9月12日 E11時30分 Daily Mail Parenthood, break-ups, friendship, weird crushes… they’re all played out hilariously in SHARON HORGAN’s mega-hit series Motherland. So is it inspired by her own life as a solo mum? Absolutely everything happens at the school gates, she tells Cole Moreton   …
  • The Guardian University Guide 2022 – the rankings K年9月11日 E7時33分 The Guardian 1 1 Oxford 100 n/a n/a n/a 10.1 10 198 6.3 93 99 Satisfied with coursen/a Satisfied with teachingn/a Satisfied with feedbackn/a Student to staff ratio10.1 Spend per student/1010 Average entry tariff198 Value added score/106. …
  • Gaynor Cohen obituary K年9月10日 E6時26分 The Guardian My mother, Gaynor Cohen, who has died aged 84, was an anthropologist, writer, academic and civil servant, whose work focused on education and employment. She was born in Llansamlet, near Swansea, an only child brought up in a Welsh-speaking, chapel-based …
  • James Dyson on how trial and error got him to the top of the rich list K年9月2日 E6時34分 New Zealand Herald Dyson speaks to Nick Rufford about the joy of inventing, the pain of red tape and his blueprint to save British innovation. Deep in the Wiltshire countryside, James Dyson is tinkering in his shed, but it's not the usual garden variety. As befits …
  • People who post their fitness routine to Facebook have narcissistic traits, study claims K年9月1日 E2時05分 The Independent [This article was first published in 2016] Everyone has at least one friend who always posts their gym activity on social media. Maybe you even do it yourself. "Ran 15 miles before work! Yeah" can be motivating to read in the morning, or …
  • Best UK universities for accounting & finance – league table K年9月1日 E7時41分 The Guardian 1 Leeds 100 95 91.5 83.4 21.3 8 179 5 98 96.6 Satisfied with course 95 Satisfied with teaching 91.5 Satisfied with feedback 83.4 Student to staff ratio 21.3 Spend per student/10 8 Average entry tariff 179 Value added score/10 5 Career after 15 …
  • John Stillman obituary K年8月22日 E4時12分 The Guardian John Stillman, who has died aged 101, was the architect responsible for designing dozens of new schools across Britain in the mid-20th century, when the postwar baby boom created an urgent need. The name Stillman had already been associated with school …
  • Ray BLK: ‘A song is like writing in my diary. It’s cathartic’ K年8月22日 E11時06分 The Guardian There’s a saying that goes that we all have the same 24 hours as Beyoncé. “I actually don’t,” says Ray BLK, rejecting the productivity-shaming axiom. In fact, she’s desperate for a day off. I can sense some melancholy in her voice as she explains that work …
  • Seventeen Jamaicans awarded 2021-2022 Chevening Scholarships K年8月15日 E8時09分 The Gleaner This year, 17 Jamaicans have been awarded Chevening Scholarships to pursue master’s degrees in the United Kingdom. The 2021-2022 scholars were selected by the British High Commission in Kingston from an extremely strong shortlisted cohort of 50, who were …
  • Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank land in Scotland to join Andrew and Fergie at Balmoral K年8月11日 E8時57分 Daily Mail Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank were on their way to Balmoral today to join her beleaguered father Prince Andrew after a bombshell US lawsuit accused him of sex abuse. The Duke of York's younger daughter will be at The Queen's …
  • How will COVID vaccines work on compromised immune systems? Here's what we know K年8月11日 E9時30分 The New Indian Express In many cases, vulnerability to COVID-19 exists because a person’s immune system is unable to mount a good response against the coronavirus. Such people are said to be immunocompromised. It’s possible that these people won’t respond as well to COVID-19 …
  • Prince Andrew's legal team 'stonewalled' Virginia Roberts' claims for 'five years' K年8月11日 E8時08分 Daily Mail Prince Andrew 'stonewalled' sex abuse accuser Virginia Roberts for 'five years', her legal team have claimed today - as it was revealed that the Duke of York could face a second lawsuit from another of Jeffrey Epstein's victim. David …
  • Olympic athletes and volunteers in Tokyo ‘tortured’ by hottest Games ever K年8月5日 E5時57分 The Guardian Olympic athletes and volunteers in Tokyo are being “tortured” by dangerous heat, meteorologists have said, as the hottest Games in history puts pressure on organisers to rethink the future of sport in a climate-disrupted world. Temperatures hit 34C in the …
  • London submerged: What it means when floods reach the capital K年7月27日 E5時59分 New Statesman During the last weekend of July, a news story usually associated with further-flung parts of Britain ended up on my doorstep in Tower Hamlets, east London. Water cascaded through two of my upstairs neighbours’ flats from the roof of our block. It had been …
  • Female Olympians needed to train longer to beat Tokyo’s heat K年7月20日 E7時27分 The Verge The Olympians streaming into Tokyo this week are about to be faced with the hottest games in decades, with temperatures around 90 degrees Fahrenheit and suffocating humidity. Many athletes and sports physiologists have had their eye on the summer …
  • Letters: The chaos of this Tory Government beggars belief K年7月20日 E4時08分 The Herald (Scotland) THESE are contradictory times. Boris Johnson celebrates “Freedom Day” locked away in Covid isolation (“PM in rapid U-turn on dodging self-isolation after angry backlash”, The Herald, July 19). Ruth Davidson retires from representative politics on family …
  • Best UK universities for business, management & marketing – league table K年7月17日 E9時41分 The Guardian 1 Oxford 100 n/a n/a n/a 8.9 10 204 8 n/a 100 Satisfied with course n/a Satisfied with teaching n/a Satisfied with feedback n/a Student to staff ratio 8.9 Spend per student/10 10 Average entry tariff 204 Value added score…
  • As COVID-19 cases speed up, Korean gym users told to slow down K年7月14日 E3時17分 The Age The restrictions are meant to battle a wave of virus cases that has alarmed many in South Korea, which had succeeded at maintaining low levels of infections throughout the pandemic but is now contending with the delta variant and a flagging vaccination …
  • Manchester native scores big at Ivy League school K年7月13日 E8時36分 Jamaica Star A leap of faith is how Jhannel Gayle described her decision to apply to New York's Columbia University, as she did not expect to be accepted to the Ivy League school to continue her studies in occupational therapy. But her faith was enough, as on March …
  • As Virus Cases Speed Up, Seoul Tells Gym Users to Slow Down K年7月13日 E4時00分 The New York Times Kang Seung hyun, a teacher and former rugby player preparing for a fitness photo shoot, said his gym had elected to shut off the treadmills instead of enforcing the slow pace. The bikes, however, remained open for reasons he didn’t understand. “So we can’t …
  • The Prisoner’s Tale, as told to Christy Lefteri K年7月13日 E7時48分 Irish Times I’ve never met Lily and she will be fifteen soon. Beautiful Lily, sweet Lily, with the silent voice. She does not speak but she is very intelligent. I didn’t want to meet her for the first time in detention, that would have been a really bad thing. Nobody …
  • What happened to the WAGs of the England Euro 1996 squad? K年7月6日 E2時56分 Daily Mail The England squad and their wives, girlfriends and adoring are currently riding high after their side's spectacular 4-0 win against Ukraine.  Their success has drawn comparisons with the Euro 1996 squad, who made it to the semi-final before they were …
  • Three principles for public engagement | Letter K年6月28日 E4時49分 News (South Africa) Martin Kettle promotes three Ts for public engagement – truth, transparency and trust – in his incisive article on how new ideas challenge institutional rigidities (What’s happened at the BBC and the Met police shows the perils of groupthink, 24 June). A …
  • Same-sex parents: ‘There isn’t a predesigned idea of how things will work’ K年6月26日 E6時08分 Irish Times Waiting in the corridor of the neonatal intensive care unit after the premature birth of her twin daughters, Claire Lynch is a confusing figure for the nurse on duty. In a talk she recorded for BBC Radio 4 that charts her challenging path to motherhood, …
  • 8As Adeiso SHS Boy Given Scholarship By Akufo Addo Starts School In UK » ™ K年6月25日 E7時07分 Ghana MMA 8As Adeiso SHS Boy Given Scholarship By Akufo-Addo Starts School In UK Thomas Amoani, a brilliant but needy graduate of Adeiso SHS, has started school in the United Kingdom (UK), as promised by the government. Amoani is studying at Brunel University in …
  • Toni Tone | 'My publishers have been great at highlighting the fact that there is a lane for me' K年6月25日 E8時13分 The Bookseller "I thought okay: you can cry, and you can dwell, and you can sit and be miserable about this person that you thought was the love of your life. Or you can rebuild your self-esteem, and your frame of mind, and your goals. And your concept of yourself.” …
  • NCP car park 'carbuncles' could become multi-purpose fun palaces in Birmingham K年6月25日 E4時59分 Birmingham Live As a straight-talking Scot, Kevin O'Connor doesn't mince his words. "NCP multi-storey car parks can look like concrete carbuncles," says the director of leased services. But then he flashes a Glaswegian twinkle in his eyes and says: …
  • Can Vitamin D Help Protect against COVID? K年6月24日 E9時07分 Scientific American From the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers examining the question of why some people were better protected from the infection than others began to look at a possible role for vitamin D. The nutrient, which is obtained from food and exposure …
  • Latin American Religious Leaders Webinar to Discuss COVID-19 and Society Inequalities Exposed by the Virus K年6月24日 E6時53分 EIN Presswire The G20 Interfaith Forum, the world’s leading organization focused on the intersection of faith and policy, discusses Latin America during COVID-19. PROVO, UTAH, USA, June 24, 2021 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- Latin American Religious Leaders Webinar …
  • Scholarship beneficiary Thomas Amoani, arrives in UK for studies K年6月23日 E8時04分 Ghana MMA 19-year-old Thomas Amoani, a graduate of the Adeiso Presbyterian Senior High School who was offered a full scholarship by the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat has expressed his appreciation to the government of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo. Thomas …
  • Bluewater bomb plotter will be kicked out of Britain within weeks after losing appeal  K年6月21日 E2時14分 Daily Mail In 2007, five men - Omar Khyam, Waheed Mahmood, Anthony Garcia, Jawad Akbar and Salahuddin Amin - were convicted of planning to bomb the Bluewater shopping centre, Ministry of Sound nightclub, the gas or electricity network and Parliament during Prime …
  • Boris Johnson's Government risks another Jo Cox, says ex-advisor to the PM K年6月16日 E9時33分 Daily Mail Boris Johnson's former race adviser today accused the Government of stoking a 'culture war' he claims will lead to murder on Britain's streets. Samuel Kasumu, in his first interview since quitting as the Prime Minister's most senior …
  • ‘People have already forgotten Jo Cox’: Samuel Kasumu on why he quit as No 10’s race adviser K年6月15日 E4時13分 The Guardian Samuel Kasumu is worried about what is to come. The former race adviser to No 10 has watched, dismayed, as commentators and members of the government – whom he believes should know better – engage in a bitter culture war. He warns that the consequences for …
  • How the London melting pot can be the ideas factory of the world K年6月11日 E5時38分 Evening Standard As people begin to imagine a world beyond the pandemic, the real benefits of first-class research have never been more apparent. Some of the best brains in the world pulled together in response to the unprecedented challenge posed by a novel virus, not …
  • Boris Johnson says Joe Biden did NOT rebuke him over Northern Ireland K年6月10日 E7時08分 Daily Mail Joe Biden's G7 schedule includes a meeting with the Queen after summit President Joe Biden's first foreign trip as the US leader will feature a meeting with the Queen following the G7 summit. Here's his full schedule to June 16:  Wednesday, …
  • Keeping Up With the Kardashians - eight ways it made an impact K年6月9日 E11時40分 BBC By Amelia Butterly BBC World Service After 14 years and 20 series, Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs its final episode this week. Shown in dozens of countries, the programme has made megastars of Kim Kardashian West, her mother Kris Jenner, and her …
  • Why standard ways of valuing health were set aside during the pandemic K年6月9日 E3時16分 Big News Network Governments around the world initially responded to COVID-19 according to the single most important aim: saving lives. But as the pandemic continued, affecting both health and finances, questions started arising as to what the right focus should be: …
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STUDY: Research by @ecioxford finds power systems in Africa can be significantly decarbonised.

In South Africa, windfarms in optimum locations would cost the country 16.7% less per unit of energy than building more coal power plants.

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NEW STUDY: Researchers from Oxford & @UniofBath have found couples with joint claims for Universal Credit are experiencing significant levels of stress.

Sources of stress include fluctuations in income from month to month, and low levels of out-of-work benefits.

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