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My daughter was bullied at school for having the Covid jab. No wonder UK take-up is low | Anonymous
ast week my 13-year-old daughter "S" was offered the Covid vaccine at her school in England. I consented, as required, but made it clear that the final decision about whether to go ahead was hers.
Honoring Elliot Harmon-EFF Activism Director, Poet, Friend-1981-2021
It is with heavy hearts that we mourn and celebrate our friend and colleague Elliot Harmon, who passed away peacefully on Saturday morning following a lengthy battle with .
Historic Brooklyn school fires athletics director for 'unprofessional behavior'
The Packer Collegiate Institute, a 175-year-old prestigious private school in Brooklyn Heights, announced on Tuesday it had fired the school's Athletics Director and Class of 2023 Dean Darrin Fallick for "unprofessional behavior."
The Newest Power Player in Luxury's First Family
Frédéric Arnault is making big moves as chief executive of TAG Heuer. Just don't mention the show "Succession."
Non-mainstream news sites erode people's interest in politics, study finds
The results of a new study published in Digital Journalism suggest that exposure to alternative media sites - which are often extremist in nature and say they exist to correct perceptions being projected by mainstream outlets - can erode interest in politics.
Analysis | Some Unsolicited Career Advice for Gen Z Graduates
The job market has changed quite a bit since I graduated in 2011. Even before the pandemic, the business world was aflutter about the rise of the gig economy.
'All cities have rats': Council leader defends Glasgow ahead of Cop26
Glasgow City Council leader Susan Aitken has dismissed concerns about rubbish and rats after reports of street cleaners being bitten by the animals in the run-up to Cop26.
First penny black stamp could fetch up to 6m at auction
It was less than one square inch and cost just a penny but it launched a revolution in communications.
Facebook Faces a Public Relations Crisis. What About a Legal One?
One of the most pressing questions is whether the Securities and Exchange Commission will significantly add to the company's woes.