The Guardian - April 27, 2022
The Guardian - April 27, 2022
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In this issue
April 27, 2022
Health Agency To Halt Covid Tests And Cut Jobs
Rowena Mason Heather Stewart Denis Campbell
PM aims to relax rules on number of children nurseries can accept
Boris Johnson is pushing to cut the cost of childcare by allowing nurseries in England to take in more toddlers without employing extra staff, as part of plans to relax health and safety rules to ease the cost of living.
Dorset birds lay first osprey egg in south of England in 200 years
A pair of ospreys have made the first breeding attempt in southern England for almost 200 years.
Going Under? Energy Price Rises Leave UK Pools In Deep Trouble
Heating bill increases of up to 150% will lead to the widespread closures of UK swimming pools unless the government provides an emergency bailout, ministers have been told.
Free-speech absolutism could collide with legal frameworks outside US
Welcome back Donald Trump, Katie Hopkins, David Icke and Alex Jones? These are just some of the Twitter accounts that could be reinstated if the platform's new owner-in-waiting, “free speech absolutist” Elon Musk, practises what he preaches.
HRT shortage increasing stress and raising risks, top GP warns
The hormone replacement therapy (HRT) supply crisis must be resolved quickly because “so many women” are experiencing distress and some are risking serious side effects by using medication prescribed to others, the UK's most senior GP has warned.
Farmers' Plea To Delay Eco-Friendly Subsidies Is 'Threat To Net Zero Target'
There will be a “substantial gap”in UK agriculture's efforts to reach net zero if post-Brexit environment-friendly subsidies are delayed two more years, according to new analysis.
Blasts Fuel Concerns That Breakaway Transnistria May Be Drawn Into War
A Russian minister has refused to rule out Moldova's breakaway region Transnistria being drawn into the Ukraine war, in a potential escalation of the conflict.
Mariupol deal branded 'a trap' Moscow's forces accused of shelling humanitarian corridor
Daniel Boffey Brussels Lorenzo Tondo
German Military Aid Anti-Aircraft Systems Sent East As Berlin Shifts Policy
The German government is to send a fleet of anti-aircraft systems to Ukraine, as it attempts to offset criticism that it has been too slow to provide military equipment to the war-torn country.
Freedom of media ‘at risk'in Visegrád countries
More than half of people in four former communist central European countries fear media freedom is in danger, with significant majorities wanting government or EU measures to protect it, according to a survey.
Recovery of £5bn fraud in Covid loan scheme not being addressed, say MPs
MPs have criticised the government for its "unacceptable” failure to draw up plans to recover nearly £5bn taken from the coronavirus emergency bounce back loan scheme by fraudsters.
Heathrow warns of drop in passengers as war and fuel costs bite
Heathrow airport has warned it expects a drop-off in passenger numbers after a summer surge, with airlines already cancelling services into the autumn amid higher fuel costs, war in Ukraine and a potential further Covid wave.
HSBC profits fall almost 30% amid fears over defaults and Ukraine war
Profits at HSBC tumbled nearly 30% in the first quarter on fears of a surge in defaults linked to inflation and the war in Ukraine.
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