The PM has been accused of saying he was prepared to let 'bodies pile high' rather than have a third lockdown. Mr Johnson was also forced to deny making the statement as he faced questions about the briefing war that has hit No 10 amid a row with former adviser Dominic Cummings. Yet a report in the Spectator magazine suggested Mr Johnson made the remark in his study just after he agreed to the second lockdown. But he said the Prime Minister did not try to block the investigation, after his former Vote Leave ally alleged he had considered the move. By Press Association.
Vulnerable tenants targeted by drug gang 'cuckoos'
Vulnerable tenants targeted by drug gang 'cuckoos' | Homelessness | The Guardian
Child maltreatment abuse and neglect is recognised to be a major contemporary public health issue. Prevention and early identification of child maltreatment, which is key, may depend on the early recognition of risk factors and warning signs, including those related to parents and the environment. Preventing abuse requires promoting family well-being and resilience and fostering strong, stable relationships between parents and child. Planning positive intervention involves assessing and addressing parental risk factors, preferably before a child is conceived, and certainly in early pregnancy. Practitioners need to retain awareness that most parents in families with risk factors do not maltreat their children, and some parents in families with no identified risk factors do maltreat their children. A UK-wide survey of young people, carried out in , found that almost one in five young people aged years reported experiencing high levels of maltreatment during their childhoods Radford et al.
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As the UK slowly emerges from a life outside of lockdown vaccination passports and Covid-status certificates have returned to the forefront of conversation. The latter would mean that you would still have the antibodies your body used to fight the virus, and therefore would be more likely to maintain a natural immunity for the following months. The documents would meant that those that possess the antibodies, or a vaccination passport, may be able to travel abroad. Signing up to the BerkshireLive newsletter means you'll receive our daily news email. It couldn't be simpler and it takes seconds - simply press here, enter your email address and follow the instructions.
In a statement, the council said that in each case a single person with addiction issues was targeted by dealers. The confirmation followed the publication of a research study last month highlighting the scale of home takeovers in Ballymun, linking it, in particular, to the growth of crack cocaine in the area. The council adopted an inter-agency approach establishing an action plan to deal with the antisocial behaviour and at the same time support the tenant, it said. It clearly shows just how powerful these cartels have become.