UK Covid live news: Ministers face backlash from England’s healthcare sector over plans to make jabs mandatory for staff | Politics

Hello. Like my colleague Denis campbell reported last night, Covid vaccinations are to become mandatory for nursing home staff under plans to be announced by ministers. The government is also considering making them mandatory for all NHS staff, but this decision would be even more controversial, and the final decision …

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Best neighborhoods to explore in Toronto

Toronto is one of the most ethnically diverse cities on the planet – a creative and harmonious convergence of histories and cultures. The jubilant locals, united by love for their city, defy harsh winters, an aging transit system and traffic chaos, and they all get along pretty well. Grab a …

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Chance encounters while traveling – Kiwi.com

Stories of chance encounters bringing people – and animals – together, helping to form lasting bonds and creating crazy experiences When they do happen, we tend to remember them for life. A chance encounter can happen on your morning stroll to your local supermarket, during a heated social media chat …

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Revenue plunges at Covid-hit On the Beach

On the beach reported a drop in half-yearly earnings on Tuesday, as Covid-19 travel restrictions continued to weigh heavily on the industry. Sales of the online beach vacation specialist hit £ 4.4million in the six months to March 31, down 79%, while the adjusted pre-tax loss was £ 9.5million. pounds …

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Goa’s reinvented urraca

For centuries, hurricane was one of Goa’s well-kept secrets, a summer drink distilled and drunk at home, in cashew plantations and in local taverns. About a decade ago it slowly started to catch on and a few non-Goans got to grips with the seasonal drink mixed with Limca. Today it …

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