Key workers are able to have their childcare provided by local schools which remain open with skeleton crews to ensure vital services remain open • Health and Social Care. This includes doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics, social workers, home carers and staff required to maintain our health and social care sectorContinue Reading

Is there a coronavirus crash? Are we headed into a global recession? As stock exchanges closed, businesses shut their dops, shops stop opening and countries reduce trading, after waves of panic buying and depleting stores of essential goods, the economic security of millions worldwide is threatened. Governments are intervening toContinue Reading

A few months ago the world ticked by, as usual, now most cities globally are under lockdown. Boris Johnson has called for pubs, clubs, bars, restaurants, gyms and leisure centres (all public spaces) to close. Schools finished early for the Easter holidays on Friday and GCSEs/A-Level exams have been scrapped.Continue Reading

The ‘internet as we know it’ is off in Iran. Here’s why this shutdown is different. People of Iran have been suffering under harsh USA sanctions for years, trying to force the Iranian government back to the negotiation table but the sanctions hurt the poorest families most. The authorities inContinue Reading

Heavy rain has left some roads in the Milton Keynes area closed because of floodwater Little Linford Lane is shut near Newport Pagnell because of rising river levels. Drivers are being urged to find an alternative route. V4 is also closed because of flood waters V7 between H4 and H5Continue Reading

‘120mph boy racers are causing horrific problems in Milton Keynes city centre’ – claim An influential committee has recommended that car cruising events should be banned across Milton Keynes. The move to introduce a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) will now go to a leading councillor for her to make aContinue Reading

A woman woke up to find a bull staring up at her from her back garden. The weighty bovine, named Arnold, smashed through a fence in his adjoining field on Sunday. He trampled the woman’s lawn in Raunds, Northamptonshire and took a nap before a farmer arrived to move himContinue Reading

Britain is set for plummeting temperatures this weekend, as cold air from the Arctic sweeps across Europe. A geopotential height and anomaly weather map from WXCharts shows the height of a pressure surface above mean sea-level. Heights are lower in cold air masses, and higher in warm air masses. AContinue Reading

The UK voted to leave the EU on June 23, 2016. Prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, beginning the withdrawal, on March 29, 2017. Brexit was meant to begin on March 29, 2019, which then became May 22, and then October 31. Now, this has again been extended to January 31.Continue Reading