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Coronavirus: BAME safety plan not published

Public Health England (PHE) published a review last week confirming coronavirus kills people from ethnic minorities at disproportionately high rates. But a senior academic told BBC News a second report, containing safeguarding proposals to tackle this, also existed. And PHE now says this report will be published next week. The already published PHE review found people of Bangladeshi heritage were ...

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Morrisons’ Living is Giving Campaign Success

    Morrisons’ Living is Giving Campaign is a yearly charitable campaign that runs every Ramadan. This year Morrisons partnered with Rubicon Juices, Surya Foods, KTC Edibles, Sara Food International, Cofresh Foods, FUDCO, AIB Foods, Pakeeza Dairies, INDUS Foods, Shazans and Badshah Basmati for the Living is Giving Campaign. The campaign ran at all Morrisons branches and allowed customers to ...

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Mayor Biggs calls for ‘Triple Lock’ protection for renters

The Mayor of Tower Hamlets John Biggs has welcomed the Government’s decision to extend the temporary evictions ban, but insists that the ban must continue until robust measures are in place to protect renters once the ban is eventually lifted. Mayor Biggs has called on ministers to follow proposals from Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and introduce a ‘Triple Lock’ ...

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Appreciation means a lot at work

    Taslim Ahammad:     Appreciation is one of the major motivators for any employee at the workplace. There are simple universal elements that hold true one of which the basic need to feel appreciated and valued. It drives workforces to work sincerely and to be more dedicated to their authority. Recognition at workplace is directly connected to job ...

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New world order shall begin

Fatema Miah: 2020 seems to be a turning point for new world order. History not repeated as such though chapters opening up back again to rewrite to add lines of giving conclusion to past paragraph. British Empire was past and history though while still we are on it, writing reflection and evaluating the historians marked posts, flipping back to open ...

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The disproportionate impact of this pandemic on our BAME residents can’t be swept under the carpet by the government.

Mayor John Biggs:   As Mayor of one of the most diverse places in the country I’m particularly concerned about the disproportionate impact Coronavirus seems to be having on my BAME residents. What’s disappointing is the Government’s response, our BAME communities deserve far more than an inquiry that kicks the issue into the long grass. Millions of BAME people are ...

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Coronavirus: All primary pupils no longer going back to school

Plans for all England’s primary children to return for a month before the summer break have been dropped by Education Secretary Gavin Williamson. Confirming the move, he told MPs he wanted all children back to school in September and that “exams will take place next year”. Labour’s Rebecca Long-Bailey expressed “dismay” at how the plans for bringing back pupils had ...

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Coronavirus lockdown: All shops can open on Monday in England

All non-essential shops will be allowed to reopen in England on Monday, the business secretary has confirmed. Alok Sharma said “we continue to meet” the government’s five tests to lifting coronavirus lockdown restrictions. He said retailers can open as long as they follow safety guidelines, or they could face enforcement notices. But asked about the possibility of reducing the 2m ...

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The major weapon to fight against Covid-19

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   As the number of Covid-19 cases appears to have leveled out in some countries, lockdowns in parts of Europe and elsewhere in the world have begun to ease. Governments and individuals grapple with the details of what can and cannot be done, and questions about what constitutes the new normal persist, but businesses, parks, and ...

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