Pharmacy refuses to serve mother recovering from surgery

Mother, 36, recovering from surgery to reattach her nose after a horrific dog attack is left in tears after pharmacy staff refuse to serve her for not wearing a face mask Catts Pharmacy Snodland in Kent refused to serve mother Shereen Mawson She is unable to wear a mask while recovering from surgery to reattach her nose The dog attack left  […]

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How Ghislaine Maxwell used Prince Andrew’s ‘stamp of approval’ to manipulate New York’s rich and powerful

GHISLAINE Maxwell was able to infiltrate New York’s elite because of the kudos attached to being Prince Andrew's pal, it's claimed. Writer Helen Kirwan-Taylor, who mixed in the same exclusive circles as Maxwell, claimed the socialite traded on her royal pal to access Manhattan's rich and powerful, which included financier Jeffrey Epstein. ⚠️Click here for the latest news on Ghislaine […]

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Dog treated for suspected coronavirus after eating ill owner's tissues

Is this Britain’s first dog to catch coronavirus? Alaskan malamute is rushed to the vets with breathing problems after eating ill owner’s used tissues Terrified Mandy Hayes, from Kent, caught her dog chewing her used tissues Mandy had Covid-19 symptoms including a soar throat and lost sense of smell  Alaskan malamute Mushka started showing Covid symptoms and was rushed to […]

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UK records just five Covid-19 deaths in preliminary toll

UK records just five Covid-19 deaths in preliminary toll — taking official number of victims to 46,206 Department of Health chiefs have yet to confirm the final lab-confirmed figure, which is often much higher The early count is calculated by adding up the updates declared by health chiefs in each of the home nations NHS England bosses today registered five […]

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Tropical Storm Isaias could hit the Carolinas at near-hurricane strength

Isaias downgraded to tropical storm as it nears Florida coast Isaias downgraded to tropical storm as it nears Florida coast; Meteorologist Adam Klotz reports. Tropical Storm Isaias battered Florida's east coast with heavy rains Sunday and is now on track to be at near hurricane strength when it reaches the Carolinas. As of 11:00 p.m., the National Hurricane Center in Miami said the storm was […]

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We CAN deal with this virus, writes Professor KAROL SIKORA

Let’s not panic now – we CAN deal with this virus, writes Professor KAROL SIKORA Hard to imagine now, but it was only a fortnight ago that Boris Johnson set today as the date when the nation should scrap the previous exhortation to ‘work from home’, and, where possible, get back to the office. So this week should have been […]

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Some sports teams explore facial-recognition tech, hope it will help with contactless admission

Microsoft joins Amazon, IBM in vow to not sell facial recognition software to cops Reaction from Kara Frederick, technology and national security associate fellow at the Center for a New American Security. Several sports teams are exploring the use and implementation of facial-recognition technology in their stadiums, an effort that would help reduce risks from the coronavirus when fans return, […]

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