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Examining the financial sustainability of mainstream schools in England.

5 min read
Some schools have reduced staffing levels or changed the support provided to pupils with special educational needs and disabilities because of financial pressures on schools’ provision.

Falsification of biological results led to the conclusion that hydroxychloroquine works – Professor Raoult staff admit.

4 min read
Damning documents and testimonies from researchers working with Professor Didier Raoult claim that biological results were falsified in order to demonstrate the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine against COVID-19.

It’s the newspapers’ fault if Boris Johnson was pictured on a train maskless – Business minister.

2 min read
On Monday morning, Good Morning Britain’s co-host Adil Ray asked Paul Scully, the Minister for small business, whether he thought PM Boris Johnson had no common sense after he was recently photographed maskless on a busy train and already maskless a few days before that in a hospital.

COVID never left. Now, it’s firmly back on the agenda.

7 min read
Experts and health professionals on the current rise in COVID infections in Europe, what it means for the UK, and what happens with children.

Either we kill coal or coal will kill us.

1 min read
Shauna Aminath, Minister of Environment, Climate Change and Technology of the Maldives, tweeted on Saturday her deep disappointment at the failure of world leaders to come to a proper agreement at COP26.

63% think MPs should not be allowed to work outside of their parliamentary roles.

1 min read
After the Owen Paterson scandal, a recent YouGov survey shows that a majority of people (63%) in the UK think Members of Parliament (MPs) should not be allowed to take on extra paid work outside of their current role.

More work needed to resolve Northern Ireland’s Brexit position – watchdog.

5 min read
A report by the NAO has found that while the government was able to deliver an initial operating capability at the GB-EU border by the end of the transition period, much more work is needed to bring in import controls, reduce the burden on traders, and resolve the position for Northern Ireland.
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