I was moved by Talia’s story to join the Anthony Nolan register for potential stem cell donors – I am, after all, from a Middle Eastern background on one side, and minority ethnic groups are woefully underrepresented on donor lists.
Dozens of Hackney’s young people walked out of school on Friday as they again pleaded with the world’s leaders to take climate change seriously, and to reduce emissions sufficiently that they have a good chance at a future.
– not just by taking away advertising but perhaps more significantly by fooling time-pressed readers into thinking they’ve already had their local news and therefore don’t need to pick up the Hackney Gazette or Hackney Citizen.
Hot Chip’s colourful catalogue of bratty but lovable synth-pop clearly keeps the rain at bay, because the moment the quintet leave the All Points East stage the heavens open, and Victoria Park becomes a swamp of rave kids and panic.
Notoriously, Iran doesn’t recognise dual nationality – so it won’t make a lot of difference to officials there that Crouch End woman Aras Amiri, unlike Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, has no British passport.
The UK Government has launched a campaign to shine a light on businesses and employees across the country who have responded to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in remarkable ways and are now going back to business.
Veterans are providing vital skills across a range of projects to help the country tackle the current coronavirus outbreak. From helping to build Nightingale Hospitals to delivering essential supplies to those who are shielding, they have helped thousands of people across the country. We take a look at how one such veteran is helping out.