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  • Durham University keeps college head in post despite alleged intimidating conduct

    Durham University keeps college head in post despite alleged intimidating conduct
    Prof Adekunle Adeyeye of Trevelyan College is alleged to have reduced colleagues to tears and made sexist remarksA leading British university has been accused of turning a blind eye to bullying after a college principal was allowed to remain in post despite complaints of intimidating behaviour towards colleagues.Prof Adekunle Adeyeye, who was responsible for helping to reform Durham University’s much-criticised approach to bullying, is alleged to have frequently reduced colleagues to tears
  • Uber and Deliveroo discounts to lure young people in UK to get Covid jab

    Uber and Deliveroo discounts to lure young people in UK to get Covid jab
    Companies will offer credit and price reductions in government push to boost vaccination ratesCheap taxi rides and discounts from the biggest takeaway companies are to be deployed by the government in a desperate effort to boost Covid vaccination rates among the young, amid growing legal and political pressure on Boris Johnson over the use of vaccine passports.With figures inside the cabinet concerned about the plans already in place to enforce vaccine passports in some settings, the government&
  • Nurseries in England feeling the pressure as ‘pingdemic’ hits children and staff

    Nurseries in England feeling the pressure as ‘pingdemic’ hits children and staff
    Calls to extend exemptions to self-isolation in support of critical workers’ childrenMore than half the nurseries in the north-west of England have been forced into a partial or full closure since the start of the summer, according to figures that highlight a Covid childcare crisis in parts of the country.As many as 58% of providers surveyed in the region said that they had to close or partially close since the beginning of June, as high Covid case numbers saw staff or groups of children f
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  • The Observer view on the plight facing children post-Covid | Observer editorial

    The Observer view on the plight facing children post-Covid | Observer editorial
    This is quickly becoming no country for young peopleThe prime minister has touted “levelling up” as the overarching theme of his domestic policy agenda. But in no area is the hollowness of this commitment revealed more than in relation to children and young people. Throughout this pandemic, the government has disregarded the young. At almost every turn, it has failed to put in place adequate measures to reduce the impact of Covid, which has been hugely disruptive to their education a
  • Discounts from Uber and Deliveroo will lure young people in UK to get Covid jab

    Discounts from Uber and Deliveroo will lure young people in UK to get Covid jab
    Companies will offer credit and price reductions in government push to boost vaccination ratesCheap taxi rides and discounts from the biggest takeaway companies are to be deployed by the government in a desperate effort to boost Covid vaccination rates among the young, amid growing legal and political pressure on Boris Johnson over the use of vaccine passports.With figures inside the cabinet concerned about the plans already in place to enforce vaccine passports in some settings, the government&

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