Will they use last year’s voting rules, which brought in so many new Corbyn supporters, or devise new ones? The contest is expected to be conducted under the rules used to elect Corbyn last year. Voting would take place on a one-member-one-vote basis with Labour party members, affiliated trade union supporters and registered supporters all having a say. The winner would need 50% of the votes cast, plus one. … [Read more...] about What are the rules for a Labour leadership race?
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Although he had initially described the infection as like “the worst cold I’ve ever had,” by March 20, the Utah democrat had reached a point where he could no longer walk across the room “without getting out of breath, without panting and just needing to sit down.” … [Read more...] about Congressman, 45, Says Coronavirus Symptoms Left Him So Tired He Couldn’t ‘Hold Up a Telephone’
With that in mind, we thought it best to bring together all our favourite listicles in the hope of helping you find what to watch tonight, tomorrow, or whenever you feel like. We cover streaming services – including Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney Plus – as well as some more general lists, such as best feel-good movies. There's something for everyone in our ultimate guide to streaming in the time of Coronavirus. … [Read more...] about What to watch at home – our ultimate guide to streaming in the time of Coronavirus
By Charlie Warzel Other than a vaccine or an extra 500,000 ventilators, tests and hospital beds, reliable information is the best weapon we have against Covid-19. It allows us to act uniformly and decisively to flatten the curve. In an ideal pandemic scenario, sound information is produced by experts and travels quickly to the public. But we seem to be living in a nightmare scenario. The coronavirus emerged in the middle of a golden age for media manipulation. And it is stealthy, resilient and confounding to experts. It moves far faster than scientists can study it. What seems to be true today may be wrong tomorrow. Uncertainty abounds. And an array of dangerous misinformation, disinformation and flawed amateur analysis fills the void. We’ve grown accustomed to living through an information war fought largely by hardened political operatives and trolls. But while the coronavirus crisis is political and will continue to be politicized, its most consequential fights will take … [Read more...] about What we pretend to know about the virus could finish us off
Otherwise episode 15 becomes a pretty Judith-heavy episode, when the girl asks uncle Daryl if she can learn what he does. He takes her around the perimeter of the hospital, and they come across a stranded Whisperer who feels Beta has lost it. Despite begging Daryl to let her turn, he kills her instead. Judith does not like this. Daryl also tells Judith that, while he can't guarantee he'll never leave, she'll always have family in Alexandria no matter what. … [Read more...] about ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 10 Episode 15 Spoilers: What Happens in the Finale?