Man Jailed For Knife Attack On Paramedics
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Man Jailed For Knife Attack On Paramedics
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Kellie Harrington, 31, who progressed to the quarter finals, said she plans on keeping her job at St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin even if she wins a medal.
A 25-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder and perverting the course of justice.
Thousands of people protested in Paris and other French cities on Saturday against a mandatory coronavirus health pass for entry to a wide array of public venues, introduced by the government as it battles a fourth wave of infections. Protesters injured three police officers in Paris, a police spokesperson said. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said on Twitter that 19 demonstrators were arrested, including 10 in Paris.It was the third weekend in a row that people opposed to President Emmanuel M
Latin to be introduced at 40 state secondaries in England . £4m scheme will form part of government effort to counter subject’s reputation as elitist
The Met Office warned lightning damage, thunderstorms and downpours will dampen this weekend. Hot air from Africa will bring the warm weather to Britain, AccuWeather forecaster Alyssa Smithmyer said. High pressure from the Azores will bump temperatures to the top 20Cs in mid August, Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze predicted.
It was a nip-and-tuck affair, with both fighters landing telling blows
A new Covid variant which could kill up to one in three people is a “realistic possibility”, the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) has found. Documents published by SAGE said a future Covid strain as deadly as MERS, which has a case fatality rate of 35 per cent, could emerge. In order to combat new variants, the scientists said booster vaccine should be administered over the winter and that the UK should consider culling animals — including minks and even cats, which can contract the virus — to limit the mutant strain from spreading.
This clip shows protesters encamping outside Downing Street, London, in solidarity with the Iranian people. Demonstrators are on hunger strike against water shortage in Iran, the crackdown on protesters, the human rights violations committed by the regime, as well as the lack of coverage of these humanitarian issues by Western media. The video was filmed on July 31.
Conservatives could lose up to 16 seats in the south and east of England
Afghans interpreters employed by the British Army have said they fear beheadings at the hands of a resurgent Taliban, as the UK Government’s resettlement process has been besieged by delays. Their pleas for help come as Boris Johnson is under mounting pressure to resettle more Afghans who helped the British military during the almost twenty year war. The Taliban has made no secret that it has placed Afghan interpreters on its kill list, viewing them as traitors for working with coalition troops
Firemen in Italy said on Saturday they were battling for a second straight day wildfires in Sicily that reached the town of Catania, forcing people to leave their homes and the local airport to temporarily shut down. The firemen said on Twitter they had been conducting 250 operations in Sicily in the past 24 hours, of which 50 were in Catania alone. The city famous for its Baroque architecture is located on the slopes of Mount Etna on the island's eastern coast.
The British camp is quietly confident of a medal in a wide-open event
The Hungarian justice minister has accused Lewis Hamilton of spreading “fake news” for speaking out against the country’s vile anti-LGBT+ “propaganda” law.
England’s Covid care home death toll is likely to be thousands higher than official figures show, amid claims the watchdog excluded key dates when patients were discharged from hospitals without tests. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) declared there were 39,017 Covid-related deaths across care homes in England when it published official figures for the first time in July. But care providers told The Telegraph the numbers were likely to be far higher, as only people who died with Covid between A
Teenage pop artist has received praise for calling out society’s unrealistic standards of beauty for women
States across the U.S. are looking to adopt new recycling regimes that require producers of packaging to pay for its inevitable disposal
Worthington’s mother Sarah said her daughter still has some tricks up her sleeve.
A man reportedly presented knife injuries to London pub staff before leaving the area, police said. Officers and London Ambulance staff were alerted to the scene in the early hours of Saturday morning at around 3am in Station Road, Harrow. Police have arrested a 23-year-old man on suspicion of criminal damage and grievous bodily harm.
Extinction Rebellion protesters gathered outside London's Science Museum on Saturday (July 31) as thousands of visitors entered to protest the museum's sponsorship with oil giant Shell. It comes following the publication of a contract between the two parties which showed an agreement to "not to damage the goodwill and reputation" of Shell. Critics have labelled the clause a "gagging order". Climate activist Greta Thunberg tweeted that the museum has "killed" its own reputation. At the protest on Saturday, activists depicted planet Earth being beaten to death by Shell. Placards read, "Shell out" and "shame on you". Protesters wearing lab coats reading "I'm a scientist," said they felt betrayed by the museum's actions, with one adding she felt Shell were "very much still part of the problem". Another activist said Shell were "not really taking any action" on climate change. Before the protest, Shell had responded to the news saying they "fully respect the museum's independence", that "carbon capture matters" and "debate and discussion are essential".