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  • Christian Eriksen, Danish Team Captain, Collapses On Field At The Euros
    A European Championship match between Denmark and Finland came to an abrupt halt on Saturday when Danish team captain Christian Eriksen collapsed on the field. Players swiftly called over medical personnel and ― with some in tears ― formed a human shield around Eriksen as he received chest compressions and other... Read more »
  • G7 Leaders Discussed The ‘Lab Leak’ Covid Origin Theory, WHO Chief Reveals
    G7 leaders discussed the theory that Covid-19 leaked from a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has revealed.WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said leaders discussed the so-called “lab leak” theory during talks on Covid on Saturday.It comes after a leaked draft... Read more »
  • Boris Johnson Threatens To Suspend Key Brexit Deal Over Sausage War
    Boris Johnson has threatened to suspend a key Brexit deal on Northern Ireland in an increasingly bitter row with the EU.The prime minister spoke after meeting key EU players in the margins of the G7 summit in Cornwall, as wrangling over the Northern Ireland protocol threatened to overshadow the gathering.French... Read more »
  • Boris Johnson Says There Are 'Grounds For Caution' On June 21 Unlocking
    Boris Johnson has said he has “serious concern” about the potential for rising Covid cases and hospitalisations to lead to more deaths.The prime minister said he has not yet made a decision on whether to delay the June 21 final lifting of restrictions but conceded there are “grounds for caution”.Johnson... Read more »



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  • Covid live news: UK records a further 7,738 cases as Johnson cautious over lockdown easing; Vietnam approves Pfizer vaccine for emergency use
    Honours for key UK figures in vaccine drive; MPs say Covid passports are discriminatory and should be scrappedDelay lifting Covid restrictions in England, experts urgeSaudi Arabia bans foreigners from hajj over Covid concernsMost people in UK initially opposed to vaccine have had jab - study Lifting restrictions in England on... Read more »
  • All hot air: UK commits to climate action but not to new funding
    Boris Johnson announces £500m for ‘blue planet fund’, but pledge was contained in 2019 Conservative manifestoEnvironmental campaigners stage ‘festival-type’ protests at G7G7 summit protests – in picturesBoris Johnson has set out his intention to “build back better for the world”, to protect the natural environment and wildlife, and tackle the... Read more »
  • Denmark’s Christian Eriksen given chest compressions after he collapsed
    Midfielder, 29, required urgent CPR on the pitch during match against Finland but is now stableDanish international footballer Christian Eriksen was given chest compressions by medics during the Euro 2020 clash against Finland in Copenhagen on Saturday.Eriksen, 29, collapsed face first into the pitch while running to collect a throw-in... Read more »
  • New Zealand’s campaign finance laws are broken. That can have enormous consequences | Pete McKenzie
    An increased appetite for political donations strengthens the political influence of the wealthiest New ZealandersThe spokesperson for Aotearoa New Zealand’s Green party was genuinely surprised. She had called after I informed them that a major donor to their 2020 election campaign had subsequently pleaded guilty to animal neglect. The spokesperson... Read more »

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  • Gnome thieves demand cheesecake in return for garden ornament
    GNOME thieves have demanded cheesecake from a café in return for the safe arrival of one of their beloved garden ornaments. Butternut Squash café in Portobello, Edinburgh had their gnome stolen from outside their premises on Wednesday. The following morning staff were bewildered to find a ransom note stuck to... Read more »
  • VideoDie-hard Scotland fan writes rousing poem ahead of Euros
    A DIE-HARD Scotland fan has written a rousing poem for the Euros – and performed it outside Hampden. Andrew Douglas, from Glasgow’s southside, wrote “Nineteen Ninety Eight”, a heartwarming look forward to Scotland’s first major tournament in 23 years.  And the 32-year-old actor filmed himself performing it outside the national... Read more »
  • VideoShocking video shows women egging car in suspected revenge attack
    SHOCKING video shows a group of women egging and trashing a car on a residential street in a suspected revenge attack. CCTV footage captured around ten females targeting the Ford Zetec that was parked up on Langdale Road in Wavertree, Liverpool in the early hours of this morning. The group,... Read more »
  • Modern furniture: recommendations for material choosing
    Here it is, the long-awaited finish line in a thorny war called renovation. Walls, floors, ceilings, plumbers, tilers, all ending with novelty. Now, you are truly happy and satisfied, but it’s just that one nuance that slightly lowers the level of joy.  The amount of money spent on the renovation... Read more »
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  • Investment breakthrough for BrainRepair UG start-up - Stem cell treatment for newborns
    Dr. Metin Colpan, founder of Nasdaq listed Qiagen N.V. acquired 5% of BrainRepair UG shares worth EUR 15M One of the most successful inventors and entrepreneurs who masterminded the unprecedented success of Qiagen N.V. from a start-up to a 10 billion market cap enterprise has taken the decision to... Read more »
  • Did my vaccine work? New rapid test for the determination of vaccination success
    Am I really protected against the coronavirus now? This is a question asked by many after receiving a vaccination. The medtech company nal von minden from Moers in Germany has now developed a rapid test that can reliably detect antibodies against COVID-19 pathogens in blood. The NADAL® COVID-19 S1-NAb Test... Read more »
  • Biomay Cooperates with BioNTech to Supply DNA Template for COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine
    (Vienna) Biomay, a Vienna based biotech manufacturer, today announced their partnership with BioNTech SE to support the supply chain for manufacturing of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA vaccine. Biomay is one of the manufacturers supplying BioNTech with the DNA template for the in-vitro transcription of their mRNA active ingredient. The manufacturing... Read more »
  • Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust Turns to Cylera to Secure Extensive Healthcare IoT Device Ecosystem
    Cirencester, Gloucestershire – 13th May 2021 ---- Cylera, the leading healthcare IoT (HIoT) cybersecurity and threat intelligence company, and The AbedGraham Group, a physician-led global technology group, announced today that Dartford and Gravesham (DGT) NHS Trust has chosen the strategic technology partners to safeguard its medical device and IoT infrastructure.... Read more »


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