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After Government Falls, Italy Must Navigate Pandemic on ‘Cruise Control’

After Government Falls, Italy Must Navigate Pandemic on ‘Cruise Control’

After Government Falls, Italy Must Navigate Pandemic on ‘Cruise Control’ After Government Falls, Italy Must Navigate Pandemic on ‘Cruise Control’ ROME — The Italian prime minister resigned on Tuesday and triggered the collapse of the government. This sort of thing happens all the time in Italy. But the return to a familiar state of political instability has never happened in …

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Estonia to get 1st female PM as government deal clinched Cabinet Parties Government Kaja Kallas Estonia

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Estonia to get 1st female PM as government deal clinched Cabinet Parties Government Kaja Kallas Estonia Estonia to get 1st female PM as government deal clinched Cabinet Parties Government Kaja Kallas Estonia Estonia’s two biggest political parties say they have clinched a deal to form a new government to be led by a female prime minister for the first time …

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Ukraine Ended Secret Government Spending. Vaccine Makers Now Demand It.

Ukraine Ended Secret Government Spending. Vaccine Makers Now Demand It.

Ukraine Ended Secret Government Spending. Vaccine Makers Now Demand It. Ukraine Ended Secret Government Spending. Vaccine Makers Now Demand It. KYIV, Ukraine — After a revolution seven years ago, Ukrainians discovered that their ousted president had used public money to build himself a gigantic palace with a private zoo, a golf course and a garage full of antique cars. To …

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Tuition fees to be frozen for another year under government plans

<p>Ministers say they want to ‘deliver better value for students’</p>

Tuition fees to be frozen for another year under government plans Tuition fees to be frozen for another year under government plans Tuition fees are set to be frozen at £9,250 for another year under government proposals. But in 2019, the Post-18 Education and Funding review – an independent panel led by ex-investment banker Philip Augar – recommended cutting the …

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Millions of young women promised free period products by government still not receiving items

<p>Campaigners called for ministers to make the scheme mandatory - ensuring schools are forced to sign up - as they warned the measure was more vital than ever due to period poverty surging in the wake of the pandemic</p>

Millions of young women promised free period products by government still not receiving items Millions of young women promised free period products by government still not receiving items Millions of girls and young women who were promised free period products by the government are still not receiving them as less than half of schools and colleges have signed up to …

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Government pauses key part of school testing plan, after PHE says balance between risk and benefit ‘unclear’

Concerns have been raised over the use of lateral flow devices (LFDs) in schools

Government pauses key part of school testing plan, after PHE says balance between risk and benefit ‘unclear’ Government pauses key part of school testing plan, after PHE says balance between risk and benefit ‘unclear’ The government has paused a key part of their testing plan for schools following advice from Public Health England (PHE), who said the balance between risks …

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MHRA approval not needed for key part of schools testing plan, government says

<p>Students are set to get lateral flow tests as they return to school next term</p>

MHRA approval not needed for key part of schools testing plan, government says MHRA approval not needed for key part of schools testing plan, government says The government has told schools regulatory approval is not needed for a key part of their testing plan aimed at keeping students in classrooms. Under a new scheme, close contacts of a positive coronavirus …

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Government criticised over ‘incomplete’ attempt to get laptops to students, amid frustrations over device quality and delays

Students are to get remote education until at least mid-Feburary under the current lockdown for England, except vulnerable children and those of key workers

Government criticised over ‘incomplete’ attempt to get laptops to students, amid frustrations over device quality and delays Government criticised over ‘incomplete’ attempt to get laptops to students, amid frustrations over device quality and delays T he government has faced criticism over an “incomplete” attempt to get laptops to students needing them at home, as school leaders raise concerns over the …

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Dutch Government Resigns After Benefits Scandal

Dutch Government Resigns After Benefits Scandal

Dutch Government Resigns After Benefits Scandal Dutch Government Resigns After Benefits Scandal Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands, one of Europe’s longest-serving leaders, and his cabinet resigned on Friday over a report highlighting systemic failure by his government to protect thousands of families from overzealous tax inspectors. Mr. Rutte and his cabinet will continue running the government in a …

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One in five primary pupils is at school during England lockdown, government data shows

Most school leaders said demand for places has “greatly increased” compared to last spring’s lockdown, according to a new survey

One in five primary pupils is at school during England lockdown, government data shows One in five primary pupils is at school during England lockdown, government data shows One in five pupils in primary state schools were physically in school on Monday, government data shows, offering a glimpse on school numbers during England’s lockdown. It comes after education unions expressed …

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