Sir Keir won the race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn with 56.2% of the vote, beating Rebecca Long-Bailey and Lisa Nandy. Mr Starmer was instrumental in getting Labour to back a second referendum and said, at the party's conference in 2018, that "nobody is ruling out" an option for Remain being included on the ballot paper.
Trump informed the Senate intelligence committee Friday of his decision to fire Atkinson, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press. Pelosi called Atkinsons' dismissal "shameful", saying his firing will have a chilling effect against whistleblowers.
The government said all preschool and student care centers will also be shut. Singapore schools had piloted one day of home-based learning this Wednesday. After discussions with the multi-ministry task force, the government has chose to adopt stricter measures. Lee added that they have chose to make a decisive move to preempt escalating infections and will, therefore, impose significantly stricter measures.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison had confirmed the government will spend $1.6 billion supporting 13,000 childcare facilities and parents to take away the financial burden of having children at home during the coronavirus pandemic. While he thinks restrictions on places such as pubs, clubs and other areas where people gather should be in place until September or October, governments should have held off tougher restrictions on travel until they could see if things started getting out of control ...
The funding comes as a part of the group's first set of emergency support operations for developing countries around the world. Included in that $160 billion total is approximately $14 billion in debt repayments from 76 poor countries to other governments that the bank, along with the International Monetary Fund, has asked rich nations to suspend.
In a bid to restore confidence, the Health Secretary Matt Hancock has promised the nation the government will roll out 100,000 tests a day by the end of April and "boost testing" for NHS staff and key workers. Health Minister Matt Hancock said that until possible treatments for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, were shown to be effective, the only protection against it was to stay at home.