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Tower Hamlets Labour triggers referendum on the future of the mayoralty

Tower Hamlets Labour Group has voted to trigger a referendum on whether the borough should keep the mayoral system or move to the ‘leader and cabinet’ system. The Labour Group voted in favour of the referendum proposal put forward by the Mayor of Tower Hamlets John Biggs. Following the Group’s decision, the proposal to hold a referendum in May 2021 ...

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It Works: Muslim Scientists Couple Present The World Covid-19 Vaccine

  By Shofi Ahmed:   Yes, there can be a medicine for the deadly coronavirus. The vaccine for   Covid-19 which shows 90 percent effectiveness has been found. It has proven to be the biggest, most optimistic news across the world by far in a year. Moreso it’s a discovery of a Muslim husband and wife. The scientists that developed ...

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Without a vaccine Coronavirus can have disastrous consequences

      Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Coronavirus continue to increase across the world, many people are asking whether so-called herd immunity might be the best strategy to defeat the disease. Public health experts say talk of herd immunity is premature until we have a vaccine for the deadly virus. Here’s what you need to know: Herd immunity, or community ...

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Pfizer Vaccine Breakthrough Just After The US Election

  By Shofi Ahmed:   Scientists today welcomed compelling evidence that a vaccine can be made for COVID-19. But questions remain about how much protection it offers, to whom and for how long. “We need to see the data in the end, but that still doesn’t dampen my enthusiasm. This is fantastic,” says Florian Krammer, a virologist at Icahn School ...

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Masks and yoga to protect BAME community from dangers of COVID-19

Ansar Ahmed Ulla:   A Northamptonshire charity is funding free yoga and fitness sessions and donating 10,000 face masks to help protect members of the county’s BAME community from COVID-19. The Centre for Policy, Promotion and Prevention (CPPP) is a non-governmental organisation which works on projects across the UK promoting improved cohesion between marginal communities and the wider society. With ...

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A Season of Bangla Drama comes of age

  Lights, camera, action! Tower Hamlets Council is set to host a virtual version of A Season of Bangla Drama, which returns this November for its eighteenth year.Audiences across the borough and beyond can relax and enjoy the council’s online festival of British Bengali theatre which runs from 12 to 21 November.The theme is ‘coming of age’ and this year ...

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Implications for future missions to the moon

    Rayhan Ahmed Topader :   There is water on the moon’s surface, and ice may be widespread in its many shadows, according to a pair of studies published in the journal Nature Astronomy. The research confirms long-standing theories about the existence of lunar water that could someday enable astronauts to live there for extended periods. One scientific team ...

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Kamala Harris – the first woman vice-president

A year ago her own presidential dreams sputtered to a halt, but now Kamala Harris has made history by becoming the first female vice-president-elect. How her fortunes have changed in the last 16 months. The California senator had surged to the front of a crowded field of Democratic candidates on the back of a series of strong debate performances – ...

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US Election 2020: Joe Biden wins the presidency

Joe Biden has won the race to become the next US president, defeating Donald Trump following a cliff-hanger vote count after Tuesday’s election. The BBC projects that Mr Biden has won the key battleground of Pennsylvania, propelling him over the 270 electoral college vote threshold required to clinch the White House. The Trump campaign has indicated their candidate does not ...

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