“You can’t sugarcoat the situation currently in the NHS in Britain. It is unimaginably bad," @doctor_oxford tells @suyinsays and @ciaraCnugent in this important piece on the government failures and the COVID-19 variant that got us into this deep crisis
🚨 U.K. journalists, please sign/share this open letter to diversify our newsrooms! Our industry is still 94% White, while Black, Asian and minority ethnic journalists—especially working class ones—are woefully underrepresented compared to the population.
Please take a moment to sign this incredibly important letter — U.K. newsrooms remain woefully unrepresentative and we need white allies to step up too to address this.
And just to hammer home the inhumanity of this whole situation, here’s what Chartwells are providing to private schools while palming the vulnerable off with measly stingy ration boxes. So they do have the capability to do better. They’re just choosing not to for certain people.
There were so many amazing speakers and contributions at the event. One of our favourites was @ChaoTayiana reminding the world that "You can’t be responsible for destroying a culture and saving it at the same time. You cannot steal and preserve"
Something deeply spiritually impoverished in how we all consume a 5pm daily death total from a press conference alone at a screen, no moment of silence, no wishing that those lost rest in peace, or anything that would bring people to share in the enormity of grief for a moment
"It's once again people who have got absolutely no idea about the realities that people face in Britain, making decisions for them," says campaigner & chef Jack Monroe on free school meals food parcels
The children's minister is investigating "urgently"
I caught up with Greta on the way to COP 25 in Madrid last week - so delighted to have played a part in this very special project. For becoming the most compelling voice on the most pressing issue facing our planet, @GretaThunberg is @TIME's choice for Person of the Year 2019
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