Many of the calves were headed to Europe where they were headed to the veal farming industry and in 1995 Jill Phipps, an animal rights activist, was run over and killed by a lorry taking veal calves to Coventry Airport where they were to be flown to Holland.
The tumbling cases are another ray of hope for the country and come after Britain this week became the first country in the world to approve a Covid vaccine. The UK’s biggest-ever vaccination drive, which will involve the NHS and the Army, will begin on Tuesday.
Change is always risky, a view echoed by Wolf Hall (left) director Peter Kosminsky, who called for the introduction of a levy on the SVOD services and feared of the “extinction of public service broadcast drama as we know it”. Others are more positive. Callender, who produced Wolf Hall with Kosminsky, said, “Although, from the […]
An official from the Department of Health and Social Care said: “This follows months of rigorous clinical trials and a thorough analysis of the data by experts at the MHRA who have concluded that the vaccine has met its strict standards of safety, quality and effectiveness.
Specifically, Australia and New Zealand have already signalled their intention to align with the US and are not likely to suddenly change direction and cosy up to China. Australia is already taking a bigger role in the QUAD grouping made up of the US, India, Australia and Japan. And, Canberra has been vocal about China’s […]
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This is also a result of the decision to chose digital transformation strategy and the vision that the bank made in 2015, said Hung, adding that each year, TPBank set aside 25-30 percent of its budget for technology. But more importantly, the approaching to source technology has been implemented at an early time and in […]
The NAO report cautioned that the dwindling use of cash could increase the risk of financial exclusion if businesses stop accepting cash due to rising costs associated with declining volumes. Just over a million UK adults do not have a bank or building society account, the report said, citing data from the Financial Conduct Authority.
Under the new system, shops will be allowed to re-open across England, giving a Christmas bonanza to the struggling retail sector, but all bars and restaurants in the toughest Tier 3 areas will remain closed.
Meanwhile, the London-based Financial Times reported that hopes remain on both sides that the last-minute bust-up can be resolved and a deal be reached by next Monday or Tuesday, ahead of a European Council meeting in Brussels slated for Thursday next week.