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  • Can Boris Johnson Solve His ‘Women Problem’ With Cabinet Promotions?
    You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.Someone in No.10 had clearly had a brainwave. After renewed criticism about this government’s gender balance, two thirds of the three people chosen for the Downing Street media briefing were actually... Read more »
  • Here's Scientific Proof That Afternoon Naps Are Good For You
    Taking that regular afternoon nap you’re craving may be linked to better mental agility – surely the cue we’ve all be waiting for to grab a blanket and 40 winks.Nodding off is associated with better awareness of your surroundings, improved verbal fluency and a sharper working memory, a new study... Read more »
  • UK Government Set To Impose Hotel Quarantine On International Arrivals
    International travellers arriving in England will have to quarantine in a hotel in a move by Boris Johnson to combat the spread of Covid-19 variants.The Financial Times and the Guardian reported ministers are set to give the go-ahead to a plan for arrivals to self-isolate in designated hotels at a... Read more »
  • 'Relentless' Pressure On NHS Means No Ease Up Of Lockdown, Says Matt Hancock
    The “relentless” pressure on the NHS means there can be no “ease up” of the Covid-19 lockdown, health secretary Matt Hancock has said. Speaking at the Downing Street press conference on Monday, the minister said choosing a moment to relax restrictions was “difficult”. Boris Johnson’s government faces calls to open schools before... Read more »



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  • Ageing Pompidou Centre in Paris to close for four years for renovation
    French culture minister says it will be quicker and cheaper to close the cultural landmark entirelyThe Pompidou Centre, one of Paris’s top cultural attractions and home to Europe’s biggest modern art collection, is to close from 2023 for four years of renovations, France’s culture minister has said.Designed by architects Renzo... Read more »
  • 26 January: Sydney Invasion Day march called off as PM says Australia has 'risen above brutal beginnings' – live
    Vigils took place overnight and rallies are taking place around Australia as debate around the national day rages. Follow all the latest news and updates, liveInvasion Day 2021 rally and protest eventsGrace Tame named 2021 Australian of the YearState-by-state restrictions and lockdown rules explainedNSW Covid hotspots; Queensland Covid hotspotsNSW records... Read more »
  • US House delivers article of impeachment against Trump to Senate – live
    Nancy Pelosi sent charge of incitement to SenateJanet Yellen confirmed as first female US Treasury secretaryDoJ watchdog looks into possible collusion with Trump effortBiden says mask-wearing can save 50,000 lives by end of AprilFauci: US scientists working to upgrade Covid vaccines for variantsDominion Voting Systems to file lawsuit against GiulianiBiden... Read more »
  • Coronavirus live news: Biden warns deaths will pass 600,000 before US turns corner
    Moderna says jab works against new variants; California eases lockdown; WHO warns rich-poor vaccine divide is growingBiden warns deaths will pass 600,000 before US turns cornerEU threatens to block vaccine exports amid AstraZeneca shortfallFrance bans certain homemade Covid masks for use in publicHealth secretary fires warning at MPs calling for... Read more »

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  • Livingston boss goes into Tuesday’s crucial SFA hearing with backing from politicians and leading academic
    Livingston chief executive John Ward admits Davie Martindale will go into Tuesday’s crucial Scottish FA hearing with support from politicians and one leading academic. Just two days after leading the Lions to the League Cup final, interim manager Martindale now must convince the football body that he is a ‘fit... Read more »
  • Hearts land new striker after being left frustrated in their pursuit of Walsall target man
    Hearts manager Robbie Neilson has fought off competition from the English Championship to make French striker Armand Gnanduillet his second January signing. The 28-year-old has penned an 18-month deal at Tynecastle, subject to international clearance. Gnanduillet, who started his career at Le Harve in his native France, has spent the majority... Read more »
  • Are Auctions the Way to Go When Selling Cars?
    I am sure we have all seen an auction before. Most people have seen them in movies or T.V shows with some guy yelling out bids at a million words a second and the fierce bidding battles people can get into. The loud “Sold!” you hear after someone bids may... Read more »
  • How to use LED display in the transportation industry?
    VMS LED signs are getting ordinary day by day. We use the word VMS for the communication and transportation industry. However, if we want to get maximum benefits, then we should learn the usage. Though the digital signs industry is relatively young, it has seen a boom. If we look... Read more »



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