Femi was privileged enough to attend an extremely expensive ‘private school’. He’s so privileged he was able to give up his job to spend 5 years trying to overturn a democratic vote. Anyone else out there so privileged that they could walk away from a private education and job? https://t.co/GR7bu378og
Quite a good example of why context matters. UK testing far more than other countries, so all else equal we tend to have comparatively high cases nos. Look at cases as % of tests or hospitalisations or deaths & charts are different. Rising, yes. But nothing like that case chart https://t.co/cPr8ushcAAhttps://t.co/T4ffCzVMhb
Prince Charles did keep funding the Sussexes after they quit, accounts reveal, Harry claimed on Oprah that his family “cut me off” untrue they were paid until they were financially independent which is what they wanted - the couple’s claims do not stand up to scrutiny!
Remember the least privileged are white working class boys.
The claims that it is the BAME community that are less privileged seems to have gone very quiet. This is what happens when you poke the bear with a stick and the bear looks into this for proof. The findings speak loudly.
16,703 new #covid19uk positive tests reported today (24-Jun). Given increased use of LFD testing and fluctuations in daily report numbers, I think this is the best chart to lead with as it splits out the test type and has a rolling average of PCR positives by specimen date. https://t.co/748fKdRsgy
Figures released this week tell a horrendous story of domestic abuse rates in Scotland, which has risen for the fourth year in a row, with some 63,000 incidents last year.
Second to our drug crisis, this too is our national shame.
*Covid-19 case numbers down 22% in last 14 days v previous 14 days.
*Hospital cases falling.
*No spike in Delta cases leading to hospitalisation
*No outbreak in the last week in acute hospitals/nursing homes.
*Cases in the EU have collapsed in recent weeks, due to vaccination
Latest @PHE_uk info on antibody seropositivity:
70-84s: 98.8% (was 98.3%)
60-69s: 98.6% (was 98.4%)
50-59: 98.5% (was 98.3%)
40-49: 93.3% (was 90.0%)
30-39: 68.0% (was 57.5%)
These results are taken from healthy blood donors.
PHE use a 4-week period midpoint (weeks 20-23). https://t.co/JhZqt1vWhq
New South Wales, Australia's most populous state, reported a double digit rise in new cases of COVID-19. New restrictions were imposed in the state including mandatory mask wearing at all indoor locations in Sydney https://t.co/08vFrMeq0Ghttps://t.co/19QBl0p8L1
Highest number of cases reported in the North in a number of months.
However, while the number of hospital admissions have risen in the last 7 days, hospital inpatient numbers are stable at 18, and there remains no one in ICU with #Covid19. https://t.co/7Uo8RqbAm6