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But sometimes you just want a quick pick of what's going on today, why it's important and what all the words mean! So let's get started with three things you need to know about today and find out what some of the words in the stories mean. Coronavirus: England to go into four-week lockdown Getty Images Boris Johnson made the announcement on Saturday evening From Thursday, England will be in lockdown for four weeks - to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
You can still go to school - they're staying open, and if the adults in your family can't do their job from home they'll still be able to go into work. 'Non-essential retail' will shut - that means places like restaurants, cinemas and leisure centres will close. Keep reading The 2020 US election and the issue of racism in America Find out more here.
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Life in the UK has changed like never before in peacetime. People have been told to stay at home where possible and only leave for exercise alone or with members of their household, or to shop for necessities; as key workers continue to work in social care, construction, the media and a number of other industries. Meanwhile, couples who live separately have had to decide whether to move in together or remain apart for the duration of the measures, and house shares have been plunged into unchartered territory. Accessible green spaces are few and far between in many places while millions of people do not have gardens, making the affects of the lockdown particularly acute in towns and cities. We’d like to hear from young people, anyone up to the age of 25, about how life has changed under the lockdown – particularly in urban areas – and how they are managing to get by.
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Virtual pub quiz accidentally goes viral and raises £90,000 for NHS Unable to attend his usual pub quiz after the coronavirus lockdown came into effect, Jay Flynn decided to organise a virtual quiz with his friends through a Facebook event – when he checked back a couple of days later, over 30,000 people had signed up. “I’m not very good at social media and I’d set it public by mistake,” he explained. “It’s just mad.” Flynn, who previously hosted his own pub quiz and worked as a pub landlord, now runs The Virtual Pub Quiz live every Thursday evening, with 155,000 tuning into the last one.
'It’s about leadership’: Ardern takes 20% pay cut over coronavirus – video. Jacinda Ardern and ministers take pay cut in solidarity with those hit by Covid-19. New Zealand’s prime minister has said she and other ministers will take a 20% pay cut lasting six months to show solidarity with those affected by the coronavirus outbreak, as the death toll continues to rise.
Jacinda Ardern said it was important the government’s most highly paid politicians show “leadership and solidarity” with workers on the frontline and those who had lost their livelihoods. Ardern, government ministers and public service chief executives will take the cut for six months, effective immediately. The pay cut will reduce Ardern’s salary by $47,104.
Cabinet ministers would take a cut of NZ$26,900 each, while deputy prime minister Winston Peters’ salary would be cut by $33,473. Dr Ashley Bloomfield, the director-general of health who has led the elimination response to the crisis, confirmed he would “definitely” take a pay cut too, as would opposition leader Simon Bridges. A government rescue package for the media is expected this week. Article week#4 questions correction. Article week#4 questions .docx. Week#4 news lockdown. Your English Grammar and Vocabulary Questions Answered: PARIS LOCKDOWN DAY 17. Week 3. Your English Grammar and Vocabulary Questions Answered: PARIS LOCKDOWN DAY 9. 5 Ways to INSTANTLY Sound Like a NATIVE SPEAKER (British English) News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's global edition.
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