Eid Mubarak 2020! Quotes and sayings to celebrate today

After a month-long fast, Muslims across the globe will be looking forward to celebrating the end of Ramadan with the annual Eid al-Fitr festival. The celebrations will take place at the first sighting of the moon at some point across the next few days, with Muslims in Britain set to celebrate from tonight, 23 May. If you have friends, family […]

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Councils refusing to reopen primary schools risk 'lifelong damage'

Hardline local authorities with under-performing primary schools are among those refusing to reopen next week, as experts warn it may cause ‘lifelong damage’ to poor pupils 23 local education authorities in England opposed to June 1 school re-openings This includes deprived areas such as Manchester, Hartlepool and Knowsley   Lee Elliot Major warned that each week away from school causes more damage […]

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Sweden’s coronavirus ‘herd immunity’ gamble backfires as study shows only one in 14 people in Stockholm have antibodies – The Sun

JUST one in 14 Swedes have coronavirus antibodies, a study has revealed, indicating the country’s ‘herd immunity’ policy has backfired. The Swedish study found just 7.3 per cent of people in the capital Stockholm had developed Covid-19 antibodies by late April. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates The country’s controversial policy of not implementing […]

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Top UN official warns malicious emails on rise in pandemic

Covid is fuelling worldwide cybercrime with 600% rise in malicious emails and hackers launching an attack every 39 seconds, UN warns Izumi Nakamitsu spoke during an informal meeting of the UN Security council She said nearly 90 countries are still only at the early stages of cybersecurity  Disarmament chief added it is estimated an attack happens every 39 seconds  Coronavirus […]

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Wuhan virus lab signed off by Michel Barnier in 2004 despite warnings

Wuhan virus lab was signed off by EU Brexit chief Michel Barnier in 2004 – despite French intelligence warnings that China’s poor bio-security reputation could lead to a catastrophic leak The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator signed off on construction of the P4 laboratory French intelligence services warned poor Chinese security could lead to a leak  Jacques Chirac, French president at […]

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Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, refuses to resign

High noon at high table: Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, refuses to resign in bitter dispute over claims he was a ‘little Hitler’ who complained about his £90,000 salary The charity watchdog is facing calls to help remove its dean, Martyn Percy  The dean complained that his £90,900 salary was less than the position average   The dean has also asked […]

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Britons fear lockdown is being eased too fast

Coronaphobia grips the nation: Britons shun Boris Johnson’s back to work plea because they fear lockdown is being eased too rapidly as a survey reveals most have MORE money in their pockets More than half of Britons think lockdown is being eased too fast, survey finds Exclusive Daily Mail survey shows that four in ten voters have put on weight […]

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