At the December protest, children stood next to their parents and held signs that read “I Want to Meet My Teacher” and “Don’t Mute Me.” A little girl gripped a pennant on a stick: “I Want Real School.” One masked mom after another came forward, citing studies that suggest children are relatively less vulnerable to the virus and the recommendations of public-health experts who say reopening schools should be an overarching priority. “To ignore all of this evidence is to further children and families’ suffering with no rational justification,” one of the protest leaders said, reading from an online petition that now has more than 1,800 supporters, representing a decent percentage of parents in the district, which has around 6,900 students. “While we sympathize with fears of the unknown, we do not want to be driven by fear.” … [Read more...] about ‘I Want to Meet My Teacher’
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The Home Office says it will appeal the Begum ruling to the Supreme Court in attempt to stop her entering the UK. But if Priti Patel's department loses it faces the embarrassing prospect of an extremist they claim poses a risk to the country's safety being allowed back to the UK - and opens the door to other jihadi brides and their extremist partners flooding back to Britain. … [Read more...] about Who’s next? Judges are accused of ‘opening floodgates’ to MORE ISIS brides and up to 150 terrorists after Home Office LOSES bombshell High Court case to keep Shamima Begum out of UK
"Our staff team continue to adhere to strict Covid-19 preventative measures, including the use of PPE and regular testing in line with government guidelines, as they have done since the outbreak of the pandemic. We are grateful to our staff team who continue to care for all of our residents at this time." … [Read more...] about Grandmother, 92, dies of Covid days after having vaccine as ‘jab had yet to take effect’
Conservatorship typically lasts as long as the individual lives. The person serving as conservator may change is the case of death, relocation or that he or she can no longer manage the conservator duties and responsibilities. A judge also has the authority to replace the conservator if the conservator is repeatedly making poor decisions or neglecting required duties. … [Read more...] about Alzheimers Q&A: What is adult guardianship?