New York City Will Pull Contracts With Trump Organization: De Blasio

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “New York City Will Pull Contracts With Trump Organization: De Blasio” – below is their description. New York City will end all business with the Trump Organization after President Donald Trump encouraged mobs to storm the Capitol in Washington, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. “The contracts make … Read more New York City Will Pull Contracts With Trump Organization: De Blasio

Positive SA cases to be transferred to ‘dedicated health facility’

Sky News Australia published this video item, entitled “Positive SA cases to be transferred to ‘dedicated health facility’” – below is their description. South Australia Premier Steven Marshall says all positive COVID-19 cases will be transferred from medi-hotels to a dedicated health facility and has stressed the security will be provided by official services. He … Read more Positive SA cases to be transferred to ‘dedicated health facility’

Face coverings become compulsory in shops in England – BBC News

The wearing of face coverings in shops in England is compulsory from 24 July, and failing to do so could result in a £100 fine. After initially being sceptical about their effectiveness in helping stop the spread of the coronavirus, the government says its view has evolved, as the scientific advice has changed. People will … Read more Face coverings become compulsory in shops in England – BBC News

25,000 U.S. Stores May Close in 2020, Mostly in Malls

As many as 25,000 U.S. stores could close permanently this year after the coronavirus pandemic devastated an industry where many mall-based retailers were already struggling. The number would shatter the record set in 2019, when more than 9,800 stores closed their doors for good, according to a report from retail and tech data firm Coresight … Read more 25,000 U.S. Stores May Close in 2020, Mostly in Malls

Dominic Cummings says he ‘does not regret’ his actions  | Coronavirus

Dominic Cummings has said he has no regrets about travelling to 260 miles Durham during lockdown, saying he did what he thought was “the smallest risk to the smallest number of people”. Speaking from Downing Street’s Rose Garden, Boris Johnson’s chief adviser said he drove his wife, journalist Mary Wakefield, and their four-year old son … Read more Dominic Cummings says he ‘does not regret’ his actions  | Coronavirus

The coronavirus new normal facing Australians in a world still gripped by pandemic | ABC News

While Australia received its first major reprieve from COVID-19 restrictions this weekend, our lives are still a long way from what we once called normal. Individuals and businesses have been forced to adapt, painting a stark picture of what life might be like in the post-pandemic world. If you are someone who sets your alarm … Read more The coronavirus new normal facing Australians in a world still gripped by pandemic | ABC News

UK election: Do voters face a clear choice? – BBC Newsnight

On the 12th of December we head to the polls for the third general election in five years. Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F Trust is a rare commodity in the current political situation. So what can be done about it? Kirsty Wark is in Wakefield and is joined by former Conservative minister Edwina Currie, … Read more UK election: Do voters face a clear choice? – BBC Newsnight

UK election: Conservatives and Labour fight for votes on the ‘red wall’ – BBC Newsnight

Will Brexit threaten tribal loyalties on the red wall – constituencies in the Midlands and the north of England that traditionally voted Labour? Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F With six days to go, Conservative candidate Andrew Percy and Labour’s Shadow Justice Secretary Richard Burgon join Newsnight in Wakefield – a critical area in the … Read more UK election: Conservatives and Labour fight for votes on the ‘red wall’ – BBC Newsnight

Should We Have More Respect for President Trump? | This Morning

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF As Donald Trump is set to return to UK shores on Monday, he will once again be welcomed by The Queen and Theresa May, but is it appropriate that he may also be greeted by a baby Donald Trump blimp which could be flying high in the London skies? With … Read more Should We Have More Respect for President Trump? | This Morning

Zara Phillips to Marry Rugby Star Mike Tindall

Another member of the British Royal Family will be wedded in 2011 following the announcement of the engagement of Zara Phillips to rugby star Mike Tindall. The Queen’s press secretary issued this statement: The Princess Royal and Captain Mark Phillips are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Zara Phillips to Mr Mike Tindall, … Read more Zara Phillips to Marry Rugby Star Mike Tindall

UK: Allied Glass Factory Fire

An Allied Glass factory in Knottingley, West Yorkshire, caught fire this afternoon before being put out by members of the West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service. Fire crews were called to the Hope Glass Works on Fernley Green Road at 12:13 on Tuesday 10th August and responded from Castleford, Knottingley, Pontefract, Normanton and Featherstone. An … Read more UK: Allied Glass Factory Fire

UK General Election 2010: Labour Holds Houghton & Sunderland South

This first result of the 2010 British General Election has been announced, as Houghton & Sunderland South continued their recent tradition of being the first ward to declare. Labour have held the constituency of Houghton and Sunderland South with a 50.4% share of the 38,021 who cast their vote. The results went as follows: Bridget … Read more UK General Election 2010: Labour Holds Houghton & Sunderland South