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  • Coronavirus: Scotland begins to ease out of lockdown

    Coronavirus: Scotland begins to ease out of lockdown0

    Image copyright Reuters Image caption People from two different households are now allowed to meet up outside, but must stay two metres apart People in Scotland are now able to meet friends and family again as the country begins to ease its lockdown after 66 days. The new rules mean that people from two households

  • Roger Stone sentencing hearing begins as Trump hints at pardon – live | US news0

    12.05pm EST 12:05 Judge Amy Berman Jackson applauded Randy Credico, the witness who was threatened by Roger Stone, for writing a letter in support of a lenient sentence. But Jackson dismissed the idea that Credico’s “sensitivity” and “concern” reflected favorably upon Stone. Andrew Prokop (@awprokop) “I really did appreciate the sensitivity and the concern that

  • Commuter chaos and travel misery as 27-day South Western Railway strike begins today

    Commuter chaos and travel misery as 27-day South Western Railway strike begins today0

    A month of travel misery has begun for commuters this morning as they battle the first of a record-breaking 27-day strike.    The unprecedented 27-day industrial action means 850 South Western Railway trains will be cancelled every day on one of the country’s busiest rail networks.  The action by the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT)

  • New Zealand begins genetic program to produce low methane-emitting sheep | World news0

    The New Zealand livestock industry has begun a “global first” genetic program that would help to tackle climate change by breeding low methane-emitting sheep. There are about six sheep for each person in New Zealand, and the livestock industry accounts for about one-third of the country’s total greenhouse gas emissions. The livestock industry’s peak body,

  • FDA Begins Evaluating Cannabis Scientifically

    FDA Begins Evaluating Cannabis Scientifically0

    DEA has refused to do that for nearly 50 years. June 24, 2019 3 min read This story originally appeared on Benzinga The Food and Drug Administration says it knows there’s demand for cannabis products, but says it’s taking a “science-based” approach to determine their safety and efficacy as it considers how to handle their


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