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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologises after the UK becomes the first country in Europe to pass 100,000 coronavirus-related deaths.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
Didn't they just have one of those?
Yes, in 2014. However, a lot has happened since then and the SNP wants another. The Gov won't want one because they're wedded to the idea of an indivisible UK.
I look at it from two viewpoints: 1. I'm 100% in favour of a people ruling themselves if that's what they want and 2. We wouldn't have to subsidise the Scots any longer.
"the first country in Europe to pass 100,000 coronavirus-related deaths."
At least we're mostly through the third variant wave. The rest of the world has that ahead of it and it is exceedingly unlikely that many countries will vaccinate in time.
It is "a unique part of London's history" but worth its weight in gold. The narrowest house in the capital of England, located in the Shepherd's Bush, is for sale. To acquire it, it will cost no less than 950,000 pounds (approximately 1.1 million euros). Stuck between a hairdressing salon and a general practitioner's office, you could almost miss it because it is so rickety: the atypical house...Read more from www.today24.news
The price tag, not the house.
A total of 12,014,288 Britons have received the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to government data released on Sunday, as the authorities race to roll out the injections.Read more from U.S.
Presumably a different ilk of 'note' to what the piano tuner had expected to find that day.Read more from Classic FM
Di (amina046) said:
Presumably a different ilk of 'note' to what the piano tuner had expected to find that day.
Where else would you hide your treasure but in a piano?
Bedford conducted the world premiere of Britten's Death in Venice in 1973Read more from Classical Music
Di (amina046) said:
Bedford conducted the world premiere of Britten's Death in Venice in 1973
I note Bedford had to retire early with Parkinson's. Sad about that, though my musical enthusiasms are some distance from Britten.