September is my favourite time of year: I love the back-to-school feel of it. And after a long summer of lockdown, more than ever it feels good to get back into a routine (Pictured: A teacher leads a maths class for Year Four children in their classroom at Greenacres Primary Academy in Oldham, northern England on September 01, 2020) … [Read more...] about Gatherings of more than six people will be banned from Monday: £100 fines to enforce new limit on meeting indoors and outdoors across England – but schools, weddings and funerals are exempt
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The states’ lawsuit has drawn support from diverse groups. One was a collection of former foreign policy and security officials that included Democratic Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and John Kerry; Janet Napolitano, former Homeland Security secretary under President Obama and now president of the University of California; Leon Panetta, who headed the CIA and the Defense Department under Obama; and Michael Hayden, National Security Agency and CIA director under President George W. Bush. … [Read more...] about Trump’s travel ban to be argued Tuesday in S.F. federal court
Data from Public Health England shows that more than 40 per cent of coronavirus tests done in hospitals were positive in March and April but this has now plummeted and remains below 2.5 per cent in both hospitals and the community. This shows that there remains only a small proportion of people with the symptoms of coronavirus who actually have it … [Read more...] about CURFEWS could be next: Ministers plan even tighter restrictions after banning meetings of more than six people from Monday – but Matt Hancock warns workers they should still head back to their desks because ‘virus isn’t spreading in offices’
“Our colleagues who are here on visas or are in global outposts are now fearful and uncertain of their status,” the letter says. “Scientists based in other countries and employed by our companies are afraid to come to the United States or are canceling trips. The parents and families of immigrants who live and work in the United States are reluctant to attempt to travel to and from the United States.” … [Read more...] about Biotech executives join call against Trump travel ban
Recently, a government panel headed by senior bureaucrat Subhash Chandra Garg placed in the public domain a draft bill calling for a complete ban on private cryptocurrencies in India. The panel recommended a fine of up to ₹25 crore and a jail term of up to 10 years for anyone found to be owning or handling private cryptocurrencies. As an alternative to private cryptocurrencies, the panel recommended the introduction of a single cryptocurrency for the whole country that is backed by the Reserve Bank of India. Parag Waknis (Associate Professor, Ambedkar University) and Anil Antony (Convenor, Digital Media Cell, Kerala Unit, Indian National Congress) examine the soundness of the panel’s recommendations in a conversation moderated by Prashant Perumal. Edited excerpts: … [Read more...] about Parley | Is banning cryptocurrencies the solution?