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Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert said she is struggling to secure funding for work to prevent future outbreaks becoming pandemics.
Kimberly Darroch’s daughter died at at a children’s cancer ward after contracting stenotrophomonas – an infection found in water.
The Great British Bake Off made a triumphant return on Tuesday and the internet was lit up with hilarious memes following its broadcast. The first episode of the 12th series saw the return of judges Paul Hollywood and Dame Prue Leith, and presenters Matt Lucas and Noel Fielding, back in the famous tent.
Sir Hugh Bayley said British aid officials’ short-term focus had prevented them from preparing for China’s transition to high income country status.
A rural region in southern Poland has revoked an anti-LGBT resolution under the threat of losing European Union funding
Pensions minister Guy Opperman said that the individual circumstances surrounding LC&F were ‘completely unique’.
A volunteer for animal shelter Nowzad has criticised the UK Charity Commission for requesting information on the charity’s finances.
The former cruiserweight king is relishing a return to London after winning Olympic gold in 2012
Refusing your booster vaccine won’t help poorer countriesDeclining a jab won’t promote the international availability of vaccines, say Stephen Mullin and Marilyn Howard, suggesting alternatives ways to help. Plus Tina Foster has good reason for having hers ‘Greater production of vaccines and their coordinated distribution internationally has to be a better answer,’ says Stephen Mullin. Photograph: Nic Bothma/EPA
Is the workday getting in the way of our sleep? New research found that nearly half of Americans blame work stress on their inability to fall asleep at night. In a new poll of 2,000 parents of school-aged children, 84% said that the transition from remote to office work, or vice versa, disrupted their sleep schedule. Not only are people adjusting to returning to the office, but they are also getting used to less sleep. Thirty-two percent believe they slept more when they were working from home.
Amanda Pritchard says health system will need new ways of working after the pandemic to tackle backlogs
Russian travel agencies are selling package tours for Russians to receive foreign COVID-19 vaccines abroad amid frustration among some Russians that their domestically produced vaccines have not been approved internationally. Russia has not registered any foreign-made vaccines for use. It has approved four domestically produced vaccines including the two-dose Sputnik V. None of Russia's shots are approved by the World Health Organisation or European Union.
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A woman found with memory loss in a remote area of Croatia has now been identified by police. Daniela Adamcova, 57, from Slovakia was found on a northern Adriatic island with no recollection of who she was or where she came from. Croatian police said her identity was established after receiving numerous tips from Croatia and abroad.
‘It’s scary’: record Covid absences cause concern in England’s schoolsParents and teachers share their views as confirmed or suspected pupil infections exceed 100,000Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Without restrictions like those in place in schools for most of last year, such as mandatory face masks, isolation and bubbles, Marie fears that her daughters will catch Covid again. Photograph: Maureen McLean/REX/Shutterstock
‘It makes you realise how these things out of your control can suddenly come along and cause real pain,’ says local food truck owner
Dark clouds, wind, and rain were reported in Church Hill, Tennessee, on Wednesday, September 22, as the National Weather Service (NWS) issued a warning for “hazardous conditions” in Hawkins County.This footage posted on Wednesday shows trees swaying as winds reach 20 mph, according to the uploader.The area was experiencing its “first true cold front of fall,” according to the National Weather Service (NWS). Temperatures were forecast to dip into the 50s later in the evening, the NWS said. Credit: Eli Bray via Storyful
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told France on Wednesday to “prenez un grip” (get a grip) in response to French ire over Australia's decision to scuttle a 2016 contract for French diesel-powered submarines in favour of a nuclear submarine deal with the US and the UK. Johnson’s comments came as French President Emmanuel Macron spoke to his US counterpart, Joe Biden, by telephone in a bid to calm tensions following Australia’s scrapping of a $66 billion (€56bn) French submarine deal.France is
The Great British Bake Off is back and with it cake-based controversy. As Prue Leith announced that the technical challenge was going to be making malt loaf, that treacly, squidgy tea-time staple, she added, “Those of you who are under 35 may never have heard of it.” What? Not heard of malt loaf? Slices of damp, sticky Soreen were a staple of my childhood. My children – now students – had slices in their lunch boxes, or for tea, warmed to accentuate that fudgy chewiness and dripping with butter.
'Because the Delta variant is so infectious, we are not looking at a theoretical risk of children 12 to 17 becoming infected.'