GLEBE ST GANGS: Man Subjected To ‘Years Of Abuse’ Praised By Judge After Representing Self in Court

by Jordan James reporting from Bolton, EnglandA MAN arrested by Police after he reported anti-Social behaviour was praised in court today after he represented himself.The defendant was in Bolton Magistrates Court, Thursday October 1st after being charged with numerous offences relating to a disturbance on a notorious crime-ridden street in Leigh.Refusing to be cowed by what he claims is a ‘Cover-Up’ of crime by Romanian migrants, John O’Malley, 49 was so fed-up of being misrepresented by incompetent lawyers – that he fired FIVE and did the job himself writing a defence statement that was praised by the Judge presiding.Judge Smith presiding remarked that his legal document “looked as…

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Kate Aronoff: The Climate Crisis Can’t Take 4 More Years of Trump. We Must Push Biden from the Left

In these times of elections, climate chaos and COVID-19, independent news is more important than ever. You turn to Democracy Now! because you trust that when we're reporting on the pandemic or the uprisings against police brutality—or the climate crisis—our coverage is not brought to you by the fossil fuel, insurance or weapons industries or Big Pharma. We count on YOU to make our work possible. Today, a generous supporter will DOUBLE your new monthly donation to Democracy Now!, meaning your gift will go twice as far. This is a challenging time for us all, but if you're able to make a monthly donation and provide us with…

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Coronavirus is disrupting early years education. And it’s the poorest children who’ll suffer the most.

Early years education has been severely impacted by coronavirus, according to a recent report, prompting concerns that disadvantaged children will lose out. The report, conducted by the Education Policy Institute (EPI), found that 71% of staff in the early years sector were furloughed from March to August. During this period, 7% of staff left their posts and 4% were made redundant. Sharon Birch, owner of a nursery in Hartlepool, told the Canary: I had to let eight staff go, and they were the people that were on the lower contracts, that were part-time. It’s just turned everything on it’s head really, especially for vulnerable families. With less staff,…

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Flu vaccination: letter template for children aged 2 and 3 years

Published 12 August 2015 Last updated 29 September 2020 + show all updates 29 September 2020Added this year's invitation letter. 3 July 2019Updated invitation letter for the new flu season. 22 August 2018Added revised version of the flu vaccination letter for the childhood flu programme 2018 to 2019. 12 July 2017Revised GP letter template for 2 and 3 year old children. 12 July 2016Updated for 2016 to 2017 flu season. 12 August 2015First published. Source link

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Flu immunisation for early years settings including child minders

Published 16 September 2016 Last updated 28 September 2020 + show all updates 28 September 2020Added this year's guidance. 15 October 2019Added pre-school guidance for the 2019 to 2020 flu season. 18 September 2018Added revised guidance for early years childcare settings. 7 September 2017Revised for 2017 to 2018 Annual childhood flu programme. 16 September 2016First published. Source link

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A Criminal Tax Cheat? Bombshell NYT Report Shows Trump Paid No Federal Income Tax for 10 of 15 Years

This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form.AMY GOODMAN: We begin today’s show looking at the bombshell report in The New York Times that reveals Donald Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years, and he paid just $750 in federal income taxes in both 2016 and 2017. The Times published the report after obtaining more than two decades of Trump’s tax return data. On Sunday, Trump called the report “fake news,” but he continues to refuse to release his tax returns. The reporting paints a picture of Trump as either an inept entrepreneur or a criminal tax…

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Open consultation: Early years healthy development review: call for evidence

The Prime Minister has asked Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom MP to lead a new review into improving health and development outcomes of babies and young children in England. The time from conception to the age of 2 is a critical time for development and can impact physical health, mental health and opportunity throughout life.Wed like to hear from recent parents, including those who gave birth during the lockdown and public health response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, about the experiences of care and services you received.Wed also like to hear from health service professionals, charities, volunteer groups and academics.We will use your views to check where progress has…

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Press release: New parents urged to have their say on available early years support via new online questionnaire

New parents, healthcare staff, charities and volunteer groups encouraged to share their views on the governments existing early years support Early Years Health Adviser Andrea Leadsom MP to lead new review commissioned by the Prime Minister into improving health outcomes of babies and young children The review will consider the barriers that impact on early years development, including social and emotional factors, and early childhood experiencesNew parents are being invited to have their say on what support they need, and how it is best delivered, so that every baby is given the best start in life, no matter what their circumstances.A major new review into improving the healthy…

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Open consultation: Early years healthy development review: call for evidence

The Prime Minister has asked Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom MP to lead a new review into improving health and development outcomes of babies and young children in England. The time from conception to the age of 2.5 is a critical time for development and can impact physical health, mental health and opportunity throughout life.Wed like to hear from recent parents, including those who gave birth during the lockdown and public health response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Wed like to hear about the experiences of care and services you received.We will use your views to check where progress has been made and where more needs to be done…

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Children’s public health 0 to 5 years: national reporting

Published 27 June 2018 Last updated 10 September 2020 + show all updates 10 September 2020Added notification that the national interim reporting system, suspended in April 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will restart on 21 September 2020 with a revised timetable. 11 September 2019Added 2019 to 2020 version of the guidance. 27 June 2018First published. Source link

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