The mansion from Schitt’s Creek has been put up for sale for nearly C$15million (£8.6 million).
News “fixers” have found temporary respite in being hired as local reporters by international media organisations, but is this sustainable?
By Vineet Malik | London, England | February 06, 2021 193 Died in River Sand Mining Incidents in India in 2019-20 The environment has been paying a substantial price over Continue Reading
Gina McCarthy, National Advisor for climate change, has publicly promoted an “intersectional” strategy to environmental action in the US moving forward. In a short video shared by The White House, Continue Reading
A report delivered to Congress yesterday has advised the Biden administration to extend its May deadline for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan. The report follows growing violence and slow intra-Afghan Continue Reading
Earlier this month the government has announced extra support to protect rough sleepers and vulnerable renters from the effects of the third lockdown in England. Backed by an additional £10 Continue Reading
The new US Secretary of State says Zalmai Khalilzad will continue to serve as the State Department’s special envoy for the Afghan peace process. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken Continue Reading
The cycle industry is one of few to profit from the coronavirus pandemic. UK bike sales boomed under lockdown as Britons avoided public transport and sought socially distanced leisure activities. Continue Reading
A public consultation in England seeks a verdict on regulating gene-editing for crops and livestock in the U
No vaccine certificate, no entry. This is, effectively, what a “vaccine passport” would mean for international travellers in the near future. The UK government has resisted commenting on whether “vaccine Continue Reading