Sterling Johnson, a member of the Black and Brown Workers Cooperative, joins us to discuss after a months-long standoff over two homeless encampments, city officials and Philadelphia Housing Action appear to have reached a tentative deal that will provide protest camp residents with 50 vacant homes to be placed in a community land trust.
The alliance has formed as St William, a joint venture between the Berkeley Group and National Grid since 2014, prepares to develop 21 former gasworks sites across London and the south-east of England. All have been or will be remediated in accordance with requirements set out by the Environment Agency and local planning authority.
Students could be forced to self-isolate before returning home for Christmas and then again before returning to university under Government plans. Tory MPs blasted police chiefs for threatening to break up Christmas family gatherings as they said ‘this is not some totalitarian state like China’. The West Midlands, including Birmingham, could be moved into Tier […]
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Just before halftime, the Broncos stretched it back to a nine-point lead with a 52-yard field goal by McManus. That came after John Simon sacked Lock for a loss of 13 yards, turning a potential Denver touchdown drive into a long field goal try. The Broncos marched 48 yards on 12 plays on that drive, […]
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The silence is deafening and the room is pitch black. There’s no street lights, traffic or noisy neighbours. Through sheer exhaustion – and one too many glasses of bubbly – I fall into a deep sleep and dream about peacocks, ghosts and ghouls.
Thanks, Noddy. Now a brief look ahead to our traditional carol service, recorded a few days ago in the Strangers’ Bar at the House of Commons, shortly before last orders was called at 10pm. It features the choir of the Scientists of Sage, soloist Matt Hancock.
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