It is outrageous that these people who are putting their lives at risk for us, that they are not a priority.”Cllr Naeem Akhtar said: “Totally agree with you. I’m shocked too.”West Midlands Police officers on patrol during lockdownChief inspector for Coventry James Littlehales said vaccines for his staff would be a welcome move.He said: “When it is decided the position around police officers being vaccinated then we will welcome it.”Until that point we do have some police officers that have been vaccinated as they fall within the particular vulnerabilities that are within the current priority list. Obviously the vast majority haven’t been.”Read MoreComments were made at a scrutiny meeting at the city council on Wednesday, February 10.It was agreed that a letter will be sent to the government on behalf of the council calling for police as well as other emergency services and teachers to be added the early priority list.Council leader Cllr George Duggins and the cabinet member for education and skills Cllr Kevin Maton wrote to Mr Hancock in January urging him to make teaching staff, schools and early years and nursery staff a priority for the vaccine..
Turnell said on Saturday he was being detained, the first known arrest of a foreign national since the Feb. 1 military coup that overthrew Suu Kyi elected government. Australia which summoned Myanmar’s ambassador over the detention has been in contact with Turnell, Payne said..
“The wee ones ask me when they need help and I love being able to help them. Big Noise has really helped me to understand music and develop the skills I need to play a new piece of music just by ear I’ve had the chance to do that a lot during the lockdown. “.
Because of difficulties getting visas, he has to travel in tour groups of 20 odd people, all of which, by an odd coincidence, are also fashion designers. One friend of his who runs a small garment business makes the trip five times a year. Poorer workers from Wenzhou often make the trip and never come back..
Eyeglass wearers, who often have trouble using conventional binoculars, can simply fold back the collapsible rubber eyecups. With a magnifying power of 10, the glasses are well suited to nature study, amateur astronomy, and horse racing. Hanimex Corp., an Australian company, bought Vivitar some three years ago, but the binoculars are still 100% American designed.
As for the GPS, anyone who has access to the ARTC computer system can see where the train is on the system the speed it is travelling. However there is a time delay (not sure of how long as it has reporting points) in the info getting to the computer. At this stage the speed is not accurately recorded.