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Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 17:18
People up and down the country stood at their front doors, outside their windows, on balconies in high rises for the second week in a row, to clap, cheer and bang pots and pans for those working on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus. The prime minister, Boris Johnson, who is still in self-isolation, stepped out of No 10 to join in the clapping.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 16:43
Only Queensland residents or those with an exemption are authorised to enter the state as of today. Follow live. • • • • • •. 9.43pm. BST. A bit more on the national cabinet discussions today, via AAP:. While the federal government’s decision to create a JobKeeper payment for workers and business cash flow measures would assist, there would still be “significant disruption” to tenancies, prime minister Scott Morrison said. He urged landlords and tenants to work together. 9.36pm. BST. We are expecting a press conference from NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian at 8am. The NSW government is expected to announce $10,000 grants for small businesses that employ up to 19 people with a turnover of over $75,000 per year.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 16:07
The health secretary wrote off £13bn of NHS debt, promised 100,000 tests and acted like a grownup. For much of the week, it’s been as if the government has gone out of its way to appear wilfully clueless. First, the psychotically unstable Dominic Raab, then the pathologically untrustworthy Michael Gove, culminating with the shambolically underprepared Alok Sharma. History repeating itself first as tragedy, then as farce. It was as if the only real contingency plans the government had made were for of this year’s climate change conference. Sometimes, doing absolutely nothing proves to be entirely the right option. But cometh the hour... There are some words I thought I’d never write. Like “Thank God for Matt Hancock”. But thank God for Matt H.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 15:44
Anthony Michael Bilodeau, 31, charged with double murder. Jake Sansom and Morris Cardinal killed while on hunting trip. Police in have arrested a suspect in connection with the murders of two Indigenous men gunned down after returning from a hunt in rural Alberta. Anthony Michael Bilodeau, 31, has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder over the deaths of Jake Sansom, 39, and Morris Cardinal, 57.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 15:43
Communication Workers Union estimates half of sorting offices have insufficient PPE and sanitiser. Many sorting offices are not providing workers with sufficient protection from infection, according to a union which says some depots should close until staff are safe. The Communication Workers Union (CWU), which represents thousands of postal workers, told members they should stay away if their local sorting office had not provided equipment such as masks, gloves and hand sanitiser, or implemented government guidelines of 2-metre social distancing at all times.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 15:37
Concern that centres were too far from both work or home for those working in London. NHS staff have called on Boris Johnson to ensure the new coronavirus testing centres are located conveniently for health workers and not in out of town sites such as Ikea car parks. Drive-in test centres for nurses and doctors were opened this week in converted car parks at the Scandinavian superstore in Wembley in London and Chessington theme park near the M25.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 14:40
Matt Hancock says our European rival did better because of its industrial strengths. But it also did benefited from its political ones. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization, made the battle cry of governments combating the coronavirus pandemic. However, the UK has been painfully slow to adopt it – with predictably disastrous results. To contain such a viral pathogen, nations must develop a test and use it to identify infected people, isolate them, and trace those they’ve had contact with. That is what South Korea and Germany are doing. It is what the United Kingdom . Because Downing Street underestimated the risks and moved too slowly to a regime of mass testing, the Covid-19 virus was allowed to spread faster an.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 14:15
Brent crude trades at over $30 a barrel for first time in almost a month on Trump intervention. Global oil prices rebounded to more than $30 a barrel for the first time in almost a month on Thursday after Saudi Arabia and Russia signalled a possible truce in the price war which triggered the fastest oil market collapse in decades. The price of Brent crude leapt by 30% after the US president, Donald Trump, fanned hopes of a new deal between Riyadh and Moscow to help stabilise the oil market after Washington’s intervention.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 14:00
Fossil shows the first of our ancestors existed up to 200,000 years earlier than previously thought, researchers say. The earliest known skull of Homo erectus has been unearthed by an Australian-led team of researchers who have dated the fossil at two million years old, showing the first of our ancestors existed up to 200,000 years earlier than previously thought. The lead researcher Prof Andy Herries said the skull was pieced together from more than 150 fragments uncovered at the Drimolen Main Quarry, located about 40km north of Johannesburg in South Africa.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 13:56
Accounts also linked to Honduras and Indonesia violated policy and were ‘targeted attempt to undermine the public conversation’. Twitter has deleted 20,000 fake accounts linked to the governments Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Honduras and Indonesia, saying they violated company policy and were a "targeted attempt to undermine the public conversation". , the head of site integrity, said the removal of the accounts was part of the company’s ongoing "work to detect and investigate state-backed information operations".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 13:11
US president accuses Tehran or its proxies of planning ‘sneak’ assault on US bases. Iran’s military and diplomatic leadership has hit back at Donald Trump’s claims that its proxies were planning a sneak attack on US bases in Iraq, claiming Tehran only ever acts in self-defence and has no proxies in Iraq, only allies. The US and Iran are already at loggerheads over the impact of US sanctions on Tehran’s ability to fight the coronavirus pandemic, and the threat of a military attack on the US is likely to widen the dispute.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 12:43
Llandudno | Oxford PPE, or PPE for the NHS? Thank you for the (31 March), apparently window shopping, keeping well apart, and giving a wide berth to the sheep’s wool shop. It might have been captioned “Coronavirus News: Clear Priorities”. Which is an anagram of “Our Capricorn visitors ’ere in Wales”. Fr Alec Mitchell Holyhead, Anglesey. • Re mountain goats at large in Llandudno, I once witnessed an even more bizarre sight in south Wales in the late 1960s. Visiting Treherbert on a busy Saturday afternoon, I was astonished to see sheep strolling in and out of Woolworths. Equally surprising was the attitude of the shoppers who seemed to regard it as an unremarkable though inconvenient occurrence. Peter Betts Liverpool.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 12:30
Conservationists call on the state to explain how it will boost wildlife protection in the wake of devastating fires. A federal and Victorian government decision to extend agreements that exempt the logging industry from conservation laws has sparked calls for the state to explain how it will boost wildlife protection in the wake of the summer’s devastating bushfires. The state government posted five updated regional forest agreements (RFAs), covering native forest logging in different parts of the state, online late on Wednesday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 04/02/2020 12:30
The coronavirus has provoked a radical shift in policy for the Morrison government, with historic stimulus packages, and a dramatic expansion our welfare system. In this episode of Full Story, political editor Katharine Murphy explores how Covid-19 has shifted Australian politics, and what the political landscape could look like after the crisis has passed. To learn more, read Katharine Murphy’s piece on the. You can also read Malcolm Farr’s piece.

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