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UK coronavirus live: Starmer says government failures stopped more pupils being back in English schools

Labour leader criticises lack of leadership; Scotland’s distancing rule to be relaxed for some sectors; lockdown-easing paused in some Scottish townsEnglish schools to open full-time in SeptemberLeicester ‘shows test and trace working’Ban on non-essential travel to be lifted for some countriesCoronavirus – latest global updatesInteractive vaccine tracker: how close are we? 4.28pm BST Public Health England has published It covers the week ending on Sunday 28 June. Here’s an extract from the...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, England, Education, Wales, Scotland, UK News, NHS, Northern Ireland, Nicola Sturgeon, Schools, Local Government, Yorkshire, Leicester, Michael Heseltine


UK coronavirus: Hancock announces local lockdown for Leicester — as it happened

Leicester lockdown extended; UK official death toll rises by 25; parents in England face fines if they refuse to send children back to school in SeptemberBoris Johnson pledges ‘Rooseveltian’ economy pushFA to make 124 positions redundant after blaming Covid-19England park staff fear chaos on ‘Super Saturday’Global coronavirus updates - live 10.59pm BST A streamlined application process will enable pubs and restaurants to get permission for on-street dining in around 10 days, a measure formi...
Tags: Politics, UK, England, Education, UK News, Schools, Boris Johnson, Leicester, Keir Starmer, Press Association, Hancock, BBC Radio Leicester, Glenfield, Alok Sharma, Gavin Williamson, Coronavirus outbreak


UK coronavirus live: Hancock announces local lockdown for Leicester

Leicester lockdown extended; UK official death toll rises by 25; parents in England face fines if they refuse to send children back to school in SeptemberBoris Johnson pledges ‘Rooseveltian’ economy pushFA to make 124 positions redundant after blaming Covid-19England park staff fear chaos on ‘Super Saturday’Global coronavirus updates - live 10.24pm BST Nick Rushton, the leader of Leicestershire County Council, appeared supportive of the new restrictions for Leicester and surrounding areas:P...
Tags: Politics, UK, England, Education, UK News, Schools, Boris Johnson, Leicester, Keir Starmer, Leicester City Council, Hancock, BBC Radio Leicester, Peter Soulsby, Gavin Williamson, Coronavirus outbreak, SeptemberBoris Johnson


UK coronavirus live: Hancock announces extension of lockdown in Leicester

Leicester lockdown extended; UK official death toll rises by 25; parents in England face fines if they refuse to send children back to school in SeptemberBoris Johnson pledges ‘Rooseveltian’ economy pushFA to make 124 positions redundant after blaming Covid-19England park staff fear chaos on ‘Super Saturday’Global coronavirus updates - live 9.32pm BST Rakesh Parmar, who owns Ye Olde Sweet Shoppe in Leicester city centre, told the Press Association that the further restrictions will affect h...
Tags: Politics, UK, England, Education, UK News, Schools, Boris Johnson, Leicester, Keir Starmer, Press Association, Hancock, The Press Association, Gavin Williamson, Coronavirus outbreak, SeptemberBoris Johnson, Rakesh Parmar


The benefit of being 112 on Facebook | Brief letters

John Rothenstein | Green getaway | Jennie Lee and Aneurin Bevan | Facebook | Memorable sick noteIt is to be hoped that John Rothenstein’s diary (Report, 26 March) will also tell how he persistently refused the gift to the Tate, from the German-Jewish art historian Rose Schapire in gratitude for her safety in Britain, of a collection of German Expressionist paintings, pre-eminently by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. He was said to have described her as “a conceited fool who no more understands art than a ...
Tags: Health, Art, Facebook, Politics, Technology, Media, Education, Social Networking, Germany, Environment, Conservatives, Society, UK News, Britain, Art and design, Ethical and green living


Family 'devastated' by death of girl who fell from Drayton Manor ride

Relatives of Evha Jannath, 11, from Leicester, say their ‘world was torn apart’ when she died after trip to theme parkThe family of an 11-year-old girl who died after falling into water on a ride at a theme park have said their “world was torn apart” by her death.Evha Jannath, from Leicester, was at Drayton Manor theme park as part of a school trip with the Jameah girls academy, an Islamic day school for girls, Staffordshire police said. Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Education, UK News, Schools, Theme Parks, Leicester, Staffordshire, Drayton Manor, Evha Jannath, Jameah girls academy


We’ve reached more than 1 million U.K. students with Google Expeditions

For the past eight months, we’ve been on a mission to bring virtual reality experiences into classrooms all across the U.K. Launched in September 2016, the Google Expeditions Pioneer Program set out to bring virtual reality field trips to more than 1 million U.K. pupils and open their eyes to places and environments they are unable to see otherwise. To date, the team has visited 3,000+ schools in more than 430 cities and towns, from Leicester to Edinburgh to Port Talbot. ...
Tags: Google, Education, Edinburgh, Leicester, Loch Ness, Westminster Abbey, Google Expeditions Pioneer Program, Georgina Grace, Jon Duffy


We’ve reached over 1 million UK students with Google Expeditions

For the past eight months, we’ve been on a mission to bring virtual reality experiences into classrooms all across the UK. Launched in September 2016, the Google Expeditions Pioneer Program set out to bring virtual reality field trips to over 1,000,000 UK pupils and open their eyes to places and environments they are unable to see otherwise. To date, the team has visited 3,000+ schools in more than 430 cities and towns, from Leicester to Edinburgh to Port Talbot. ...
Tags: Google, UK, Education, Edinburgh, Leicester, Loch Ness, Westminster Abbey, Google Expeditions Pioneer Program, Georgina Grace, Jon Duffy


Trouble at the maths department at Leicester

This email made its way to me. ——————————————- Twenty four members of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Leicester – the great majority of the members of the department – have been informed that their post is at risk of redundancy, and will have to reapply for their positions by the end of September. Only eighteen of those applying will be re-appointed (and some of those have been changed to purely teaching positions). This is supposedly because of a financial crisis at the Univ...
Tags: UK, General, Education, University, Leicester, University of Leicester, Department of Mathematics


'Elephant Man' skeleton deserves Christian burial, say campaigners

Victorian celebrity’s remains should be returned to home town of Leicester, says descendant of one of his managersJoseph Merrick, who was better known as the “Elephant Man” in the late 1800s, should be given a Christian burial in his home town of Leicester, campaigners have said.His remains are stored in a glass case in a private room at Queen Mary, University of London, and can be viewed by medical students and professionals by appointment. Continue reading...
Tags: Science, Education, UK News, Medical Research, Higher Education, Leicester, Queen Mary, Queen Mary University of London, University of London



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