The UK Government has issued a controversial new coin into circulation, paying lip service to heaping pressure from various minority groups off the back of a summer marred by protests and violence over the recrudescent Black Lives Matter movement.
The new 50 pence piece will contain the slogan “diversity built Britain” and 2.5 million units of the new coin will enter circulation next week. According to the UK Government website: “The coin features a geodome, which represents a community of connection and strength, with each section working together to build something greater.”
The coin was designed by a mixed-race coin maker and activist Ms. Dominique Evans who reportedly used her experience growing up as a mixed-race woman in Britain to inspire the 50p piece’s design. Ms. Evans “has previously designed coins to mark VE Day, the Sapphire Coronation and Jane Austen.”
Video from the UK shows a worker at a crematorium scolding mourners during a funeral because they moved their chairs to be closer to each other during the service.
Under draconian covid rules, funerals services are limited to 30 people, and they must all wear masks and sit 2 metres apart from each other.
The Daily Mail reports that Craig Bicknell, attending his father’s funeral last week, was chided during the ceremony for attempting to comfort his mother.
Video footage shows Mr Bicknell and his brother moving their chairs and putting their arms around their distraught mother, prompting a member of staff to come pacing over waving his arms and warning the family to “move the chairs back,” saying “you were told”.
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A new enforcement team of ‘Coronavirus Marshals’ will be employed by the government to patrol cities in order to police social distancing, the UK government has announced.
Last night Downing Street unveiled new lockdown measures making it illegal for people to gather in groups of more than six from Monday onwards.
The rise in COVID-19 cases has been blamed on young people gathering for social events.
This will be tackled by newly empowered ‘Marshals’ and ‘Environmental Health Officers’ who will roam the streets looking for people violating social distancing rules.
“We will launch a register of newly qualified and recently retired Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) so that Local Authorities can recruit more quickly and fill any gaps. In addition, we will introduce COVID-19 Secure Marshals to help local authorities support social distancing in towns and city centres,” a statement said.
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A third of the people recorded to have died from Covid-19 in July and August may have actually passed away due to other causes, such as cancer or being hit by a car, Oxford University research has suggested
Experts at Oxford University have found that around 30 per cent of those included in the Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) coronavirus deaths toll over the summer actually died primarily from other conditions.
The data comes as the Government introduces its new Rule of Six measures to combat the further spread of the disease.
The study shows that people who may have died from cancer or who were run over and killed, but who had tested positive for coronavirus, were included among the virus deaths even though it did not kill them.
Matt Hancock today told Britons to grass up their neighbours if they break tough new coronavirus laws that could see them fined £10,000 – and admitted he would do it himself.
The Health Secretary said people should ‘absolutely’ tell police if they see rule breakers as he warned he could not rule out a second national lockdown if rules continued to be flouted.
But the Government appears to be at sixes and seven over whether Britain should become a nation of narks, with contradictory views around the Cabinet.
Mr Hancock’s comments were at odds with Boris Johnson’s position, after the Prime Minister said last week that he did not like ‘sneak culture’ and urged people to inform on neighbours as a last resort, ‘if there is some huge kind of Animal House party taking place … hot tubs and so forth, and there is a serious threat to public health’.
A Conservative MP has called for mandatory coronavirus vaccination certificates distributed by the Army that will determine whether people will be allowed to travel internationally.
During a debate in the British Parliament last night, MP Tobias Ellwood urged the Prime Minister to have the British Armed Forces oversee that COVID-19 vaccination roll out process.
Noting that a coronavirus vaccine was potentially six months away, Ellwood said, “Mass vaccine roll out is an enormous responsibility and we need to get it right.”
Ellwood said he had written to Boris Johnson urging him to give the power to a Ministry of Defence task force to ship the vaccines across the country and set up regional distribution hubs as well as developing a “national database to track progress and issue the vaccination certificates.”
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Students at Manchester Metropolitan University were threatened with police action if they didn’t remove signs complaining about draconian lockdown restrictions that were placed in windows at their halls of residence.
Students across the city have been placed under a new 2 week lockdown, meaning they are under de facto house arrest, cannot leave their homes and are forced to rely on food deliveries.
Some reacted to the restrictions by placing signs in their windows that said, “”Help us!” and “HMP MMU,” a reference to Her Majesty’s Prison.
“Mental health comes first – let us out,” another sign said.
In response to the signs, the university said it had been contacted by police, who would remove the signs if they were deemed to be in violation of the law.
Police in the UK are set to begin enforcing COVID lockdown rules by knocking on people’s doors to check they are self-isolating if they have been mandated to do so by the government.
The Daily Mail reports that the procedure will go into effect today, and will extend to anyone who has tested positive or come into contact with someone who has tested positive for the virus.
The government will use the National Health Service ‘Test and Trace’ app, which has been download by more than 10 million Britons, to issue self-isolation orders to the public.
Police will also operate from tip-offs, according to the report. In other words, police will rely on snitch neighbours who report infractions.
Anyone found to be breaking the quarantine rules could be fined up to ten thousand pounds. Employers who obligate those affected to go to work could also be fined.
The UK Home Secretary Priti Patel announced Sunday that the government “will not allow those who break the rules to reverse the hard-won progress made by the law-abiding majority.”
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Draconian new coronavirus rules to enforce social distancing in the UK ban people from singing or dancing in pubs.
No fun allowed.
Existing laws already mandate pubs and restaurants to close at 10pm, a measure that has further crippled a hospitality industry which is already on its knees.
The move has also received a huge backlash because people are just spilling out and having street parties or going to each other’s houses after 10pm, defeating the entire purpose of the rule.
The new regulations “ban pubs and bars from playing loud music or allowing people to sing and dance,” reports the Independent.
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UK Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance reportedly holds a bonus of tens of thousands of shares in a pharma giant developing a Covid-19 vaccine for the government.
Yet, London says there is no conflict of interest.
Vallance, who also chairs the government’s expert advisory panel on vaccines, appears to have retained over 43,000 shares in GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) – a UK-based multinational pharmaceutical company – worth £600,000, The Telegraph reported.
The shareholding appears to be the legacy of his previous job as the head of research and development at the very same company. Over his tenure from 2012 to 2018, Vallance accumulated a total of 404,201 GSK shares worth a whopping £6.1 million in his hands, according to the British media.
However, he sold more than £5 million worth of shares after being appointed to the government. GSK, meanwhile, has entered the global race to provide the world with a vaccine against coronavirus – alongside some 20 other drug manufacturers and research centers. The endeavor might prove quite lucrative, should the company succeed.