One of Willard Wigan's artworks depicts an NHS nurse.
The Glucuronolactone Market is poised to experience spend growth of more than USD 86 million between 2020-2024 at a CAGR of over 4.53%
Berlin is racing to open six mass vaccination centres capable of handling up to 4,000 people per day by mid-December, the project coordinator told Reuters on Thursday, as the city waits for authorities to approve the first vaccines. An empty trade fair hall, two airport terminals, a concert arena, a velodrome and an ice rink will be turned into six vaccination centres where it plans to administer up to 900,000 shots against the coronavirus in the first three months. Albrecht Broemme said plans envisage 3,000 to 4,000 people per day being ferried through each centre in the same way as shoppers are guided through IKEA stores in one direction.
The blue jersey Maradona wore during Argentina’s World Cup quarter-final victory over England is on display in the National Football Museum.
The South Africa captain saw Stokes smash a sensational hundred last month.
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Foreign affairs minister Simon Coveney confirmed the Government’s decision in the Dail parliament in Dublin.
Germany will extend its current measures to curb the coronavirus spread until 20 December. Unless there is a dramatic drop in infections, they will likely go through early January, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday. Merkel said the measures introduced in early November, including limits on private gatherings and the closure of restaurants, leisure and cultural facilities, cannot be lifted given current infection rates.The number of new infections in Germany has plateaued over the past two weeks, with October's exponential growth brought to a halt."The steeply rising curve has become a flat one, but this is only a partial success. We can by no means be satisfied," she said.Germany has registered a total of 961,320 coronavirus cases and 14,771 deaths, according to the Robert Koch Institute disease control centre.The curbs will be continued "until 20 December first but we assume that [...] due to the very high incidence of infection, restrictions will have to apply until the beginning of January," Merkel said.Main measures against Covid-19: Closures for restaurants, bars, sporting facilities and cultural venues. Schools and shops remain open. Masks on busy areas. From 1 December, private gatherings limited to five people from two households (children exempted). From 23 Dec - 1 Jan, up to 10 people can meet (children under 14 exempted).‘Staying home’But this does not mean that parties will be allowed, according to a deal hammered out by Merkel's government and Germany's 16 states, the motto for the period will be to remain at home."Employers are urgently requested to check if company holidays or home working solutions can be applied from 23 December to 1 January to allow companies to close, so that nationwide, we can implement the basic principle 'we are staying home'," according to the agreement.Other measures agreed include trains expanding their seating capacity, in order to better ensure distancing between passengers.European ski holidaysGermany will also seek a deal with European partners to close ski slopes through to early January, to prevent the virus spreading further. French ski lift ban baffles, angers resorts"I will say this openly that it won't be easy, but we will try," Merkel said.The measures were agreed after more than seven hours of tense talks, with some less-affected regions calling for lighter restrictions.(with wires)
Fighting has been raging for three weeks, causing hundreds to be killed and thousands forced from their homes as they try to escape the bloodshed in Ethiopia
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Anger as Dominic Raab accuses critics of wanting to cut spending from hospitals, schools, or Covid-19 fight instead
Turkey's lira is caught in a tug of war between foreign investors, who cheered a big rate rise and government reform promises and locals who remain cautious and are stocking up on gold and dollars. Whether it can avoid new record lows will help to determine the success of President Tayyip Erdogan's pledge of a new market-friendly era for the economy. The lira soared some 12% after Erdogan replaced the central bank chief and finance minister in a shock overhaul early this month.
Those trying to enter the theatre industry this year face an uncertain path – but it needs new talent in order to thrive
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Boris Johnson has appointed former Treasury official Dan Rosenfield as his new chief of staff. Mr Rosenfield, who is currently the head of corporate clients and UK business at strategic advisory firm Hakluyt, will begin work at Downing Street on December 7. Lord Udny-Lister is set continue to serve as acting chief of staff until January 1, 2021, when Mr Rosenfield will formally take over, Number 10 said.
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Ruling highlights new justice’s influence on key decisions