Covid: Thousands of vaccinators get permanent NHS roles

And Kazeem Reaves Odunsi, who worked as a gym manager before becoming a vaccinator, said: “I have always loved helping people so the vaccinator role seemed like a good fit and although I don’t have any clinical experience, I received training and was able to use the leadership skills and good customer service that I […]

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Piers Morgan says exit from ITV’s Good Morning Britain was ‘a farce’

Speaking ahead of the launch of his new show, Morgan said: “I used to think I was uncensored, and then of course when I left Good Morning Britain, it turned out that I actually was being censored in the sense that I was told I had to apologise for disbelieving Princess Pinocchio or I would […]

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Ukraine war: Germany’s conundrum over its ties with Russia

“Our partners look at us, and say: OK, you do a Zeitenwende but what are you practically doing?” she says. “On sanctions we are timid and on weapons delivery, we are reluctant. So, rightly, they wonder what that Zeitenwende is about, and given that Germany is a big economic, military, political power in the middle […]

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Nigeria’s Spider-Man fighting for a cleaner society

Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a… street cleaner can? According to The World Bank, waste generation rates are rising. In 2016, the worlds’ cities generated over 2bn tonnes of solid waste, amounting to a footprint of 0.74 kilograms per person, per day. Much of this waste ends up on streets, and Nigerian environmentalist Jonathan Olakunle dresses […]

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Newspaper headlines: MPs attack Welby ‘rant’ and PM ‘led boozy party’

Image caption, Boris Johnson faces a “triple threat” over the party allegations, the i newspaper reports, with the PM facing a “brutal 24 hours” on Tuesday. The paper says he will apologise in the Commons but say he did not realise he was breaking the rules, before facing Prime Minister’s Questions and a formal vote […]

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Garth Crooks’ Team of the Week: Mane, Ronaldo, Werner, Mount

Liverpool and Manchester City produced a thrilling FA Cup semi-final, with the Reds keeping their quadruple bid alive, before Chelsea joined them in the final. North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham saw their Champions League hopes dealt another blow, by Southampton and Brighton, respectively. Brentford beat Watford to take another step to safety, while relegation-threatened […]

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Celtic 1-2 Rangers (AET): Ibrox side fight and seize chance to end Hampden woes

When the full-time whistle went at Hampden the visceral relief was palpable among those connected with Rangers – their national stadium hoodoo, and Celtic’s treble hopes, were over. A hard-fought, comeback win gives them the chance to win a first major domestic cup since 2011 when they face Hearts next month, as well as making […]

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