Good morning. This is it, the last day of the campaign, the end is in sight, but not before one final flurry of campaigning effort from all the parties. Herein we bring you the election news and the best of the rest – and of course you should follow the day’s live political news here. What’s going on? Labour and the Conservatives are in a frantic scramble for votes as the last day of campaigning begins. Both parties have labelled Thursday’s vote the “most important in a generation” . The Guardian’s election editorial shares this view, saying “Britain has not faced a more critical election in decades than the one it faces on Thursday”. It urges people to back Labour and “candidates who can defeat the Tories in constituencies where Labour is an also-ran” – asking them to “think of the electrifying impact of relieving Mr Johnson of high office”. Neither Boris Johnson nor Jeremy Corbyn is wasting a moment … [Read more...] about Wednesday briefing: Scramble to finish line in final day of campaign
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School students around the world have gone on strike to demand action on climate change.Organisers said more than a million people were expected to join the action in at least 110 countries on Friday.They are calling on politicians and businesses to take urgent action to slow global warming.The strikes are inspired by student Greta Thunberg, who has become a global figurehead since protesting outside Sweden's parliament in 2018. Carrying a "school strike for climate change" sign, the then 15-year-old said she was refusing to attend classes until Swedish politicians took action.The solo protest led to various movements across Europe, the US and Australia, known as Fridays for Future or School Strike for Climate. The last co-ordinated international protest took place on 15 March, with an estimated 1.6 million students from 125 countries walking out of school. Sea level rise could be much larger than expected The schoolgirls seeking to save the world Climate change- Answers to your most … [Read more...] about School strike for climate: Protests staged around the world
Home Health Diet fitness Diet Fitness oi-Sravia By Sravia Sivaram on July 10, 2017 There is no person on Earth who has ever been satisfied with his weight. There are several methods for weight loss out there and and most of them do not seem to be as effective. There is a very efficient method to lose weight fast with ease. Wouldn't it be great if you could lose weight with ease? In this article, we have mentioned one of the very best ways to lose weight with ease. You just need to tweak your habits a bit and that'll do. You just need to walk a bit more and this guarantees you with fast weight loss! So, when you start walking, you need to know how many steps you must walk to lose weight effectively. The number of calories we burn while walking depends on two factors - walking area and body weight. You'll burn about 400 calories, if you walk for one hour. This can happen if you walk with an average speed of four miles per hour. To be more specific, you need to know that in … [Read more...] about How Many Steps A Day Will Help You Lose Weight?
The background radiation is still there, two decades later, from the infamous 1993 Whitney Biennial — the so-called multi-cultural, identity-politics, political, or just bad biennial. Establishment art history circa 1993 was a broken model, built on white men and Western civilization and certain ossified ideas about “greatness” and “genius.” New artists looking for new ways to speak to new audiences couldn’t get their voices heard or work seen. There had been artists fighting this fight before, but that 1993 show was the major crack in the façade. George Holliday’s 1991 ten-minute videotape of the Rodney King beating was included as an artwork, and one of the biennial’s admission buttons, designed by artist Daniel J. Martinez, famously read I CAN’T IMAGINE EVER WANTING TO BE WHITE. What followed was war: white-male critics gone wild. The Times’ Michael Kimmelman opined, “I hate the show,” blasting … [Read more...] about How Identity Politics Conquered the Art World
Fresh from securing their place in the last 16 of the Champions League, Liverpool’s involvement in the Club World Cup does not begin until next week, but the fight for the right to face Jurgen Klopp’s men in Qatar starts on Wednesday.Competing as champions of the host country, Qatar’s Al-Sadd - coached by Barcelona great Xavi Hernandez - entertain minnows Hienghene Sport of New Caledonia in the tournament’s opening game at the Jassim bin Hamad Stadium.The winner of that game will advance to a tie against Mexico’s Monterrey, the CONCACAF Champions League winners, on Saturday. Whoever emerges from that match will then be able to look forward to a plum semi-final against Liverpool on December 18.While Al-Sadd have a world famous coach and some notable players - former Atletico Madrid captain Gabi and the Algeria striker Baghdad Bounedjah - the story of Hienghene Sport is a remarkable one.The amateur side from the French overseas territory are in Qatar, and … [Read more...] about Minnows dream of date with Liverpool at Club World Cup