Boris Johnson says he wants EVERYBODY in the UK to be able to take a coronavirus test EVERYDAY to get life back to normal after Matt Hancock blasted people for needlessly booking checks

PEOPLE BEING DIRECTED TO TESTING STATIONS 100+ MILES AWAY IS ‘LUDICROUS’, DOCTORS SAY  The British Medical Association today said it was ‘ludicrous’ that the coronavirus test booking system is directing people to centres dozens or even hundreds of miles away from their homes. 

The women behind one of Gucci’s most-liked Insta posts

The search engine boss who wants to help us all plant trees The Iranian immigrant who conquered online video tech The two students who took on Coke and Pepsi ‘People told me my plans for a skincare firm were crazy’ In another case, a wheelchair-using adult had to get someone they didn’t know to carry […]

Bauhaus at 100: what it means to me by Norman Foster, Margaret Howell and others

In a sense, the Bauhaus represents the 20th century – it defined our whole idea of what it is to be modern. What a radical idea it was for a school: this relationship between art and design, architecture, between furniture, graphics, painting, sculpture. Bauhaus tried to bring them all together and, in a true modernist […]

C. Radhakrishna Rao, a living legend

While he had a to wait for about 18 months for the test, he decided to take a job and came to Calcutta to face an interview. A chance meeting with a young man, Mr. Subramanian, in a south Indian hotel on this trip was to change his life. Mr. Subramanian was undergoing training in […]

Peter Thiel Met With The Racist Fringe As He Went All In On Trump

That’s proved useful to both the White House and Facebook. Thiel accompanied Zuckerberg at a secret dinner at the White House with Trump and Jared Kushner last October, one stop in their tour of Washington, DC to stave off scrutiny and the possibility of antitrust regulation. Thiel was also one of the biggest internal opponents […]

Design icon Sir Terence Conran who founded the retail giant Habitat and opened more than 50 restaurants in remarkable 65-year career dies peacefully at home aged 88

‘I hadn’t designed any furniture for near-enough a decade. While losing Habitat felt like the death of a much-loved family member, the money I had made from it allowed me to start a bright and exciting new chapter in my life and create a restaurant group, focus on The Conran Shop and get designing again.’

Black scientists highlight racism in the lab and the field

Itumeleng Moroenyane, a doctoral student at the National Institute of Scientific Research in Quebec, grew up in post-apartheid South Africa and said he was the only Black botany student in his university’s graduating class. Moroenyane now makes it a priority to mentor younger Black scholars.