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· Coronavirus: Care homes mentioned only twice in five months of Sage minutes →
Shadow care minister Liz Kendall said she was concerned not enough action had been taken and added: “It is clear that social care and the NHS were not treated equally, nor as two sides of the same coin.”
· UK university leaders angry over plans to cap student numbers →
Anton Muscatell, vice-chancellor of the University of Glasgow, said: “If an agreement is reached between the governments, it is important that Scottish institutions are treated fairly, on similar terms to English institutions.”
· Photo: Chicago River bridges remain upright after night of unrest →
All were treated at area hospitals, the police force said.
· Meet the Press - May 31, 2020 →
When we come back, is it possible to change how mostly white police departments treat African Americans?
· George Floyd couldn't breathe. We protest because now all of Black America can't either. →
Maybe if there was accountability for Garner’s death, perhaps Chauvin and the others would have thought twice before they treated Floyd with such utter inhumanity.
· The inequalities exposed by this pandemic are about to get even worse →
There are workers who have formal contracts that treat their labour as a service performed by a human being who has the right to notice, severance pay and protection from abuse.
· Barack and Michelle Obama’s Powerful Statements Highlight What’s Lacking In Our Current Leadership →
“But we have to remember that for millions of Americans, being treated differently on account of race is tragically, painfully, maddeningly ‘normal’ – whether it’s while dealing with the health care system, or interacting with the criminal justice system, or jogging down the street, or just watching birds in a park. This shouldn’t be ‘normal’ in 2020 America.
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· Long-haul carrier Emirates says it fires staff amid virus →
The carrier said it would treat fired staff “with fairness and respect,” without elaborating.