Sari la conținut

Toată activitatea

Acest curent se actualizează automat

  1. Ora trecută
  2. Video title: ¡Minecraft PERO es 1 BLOQUE ALEATORIO! 😲🌈💥 SILVIOGAMER MINECRAFT PERO Content creator ( Youtuber ) : SILVIOGAMER Official YT video:
  3. Nick movie: Duro de entrenar Time: 2023 Netflix / Amazon / HBO: N/A Duration of the movie: - Trailer:
  4. School closures in January 2021 could have been avoided if ministers had taken action earlier the previous autumn, Matt Hancock has said. The former health secretary told the Covid inquiry that avoiding a lockdown led to tougher measures later on. WhatsApp messages from October 2020 showed he was worried then-Chancellor Rishi Sunak was putting "pressure" on Boris Johnson "not to do enough again". He also accused local leaders of putting "politics over public health". The West Suffolk MP suggested that politicians in Greater Manchester such as the mayor, Andy Burnham, had been "actively unhelpful" when the government tried to put local restrictions in place. This was the inquiry's second day of hearing evidence from Mr Hancock, who was health secretary for the bulk of the pandemic. 'I'm still alive Mr Hancock', says former city mayor He was forced to resign in June 2021 after being caught breaching social distancing guidance by kissing his aide, Gina Coladangelo. Asked about the incident, he acknowledged it could have damaged public confidence in the rules. line More on Covid and the Covid Inquiry What is the UK Covid inquiry and how long will it take? How inquiry is exposing deep flaws in Covid decision-making The private WhatsApp messages from inside Downing Street What to do if you have Covid: Can you go to work or school? line Questions at the start of Friday's session focused on decisions made from September 2020, when Covid cases started to rise after a lull in the summer. WhatsApp messages from October 2020 show Mr Hancock asking civil service head Simon Case for information about a meeting, from which he claims he was "blocked". "Rishi is in the room... so the PM will be under enormous pressure to not do enough once again," he wrote. Mr Case responded: "Rishi has already resigned himself to the choice ahead... his only question (and a fair one) is about nonessential retail - where obviously we have no evidence of transmission. "He thinks better to do something in secondary schools (where we know transmission takes place) instead of closing all shops (where we know it doesn't seem to)." Speaking to the inquiry counsel, Hugo Keith KC, Mr Hancock rejected suggestions that there was a trade-off between health and economic considerations, saying: "If we don't lock down there will be more deaths and we will have to have a tougher lockdown in the future." "So on reflection and with hindsight if we had taken action sooner in September of 2020, then we might for instance have avoided the need to close schools, which in the end we had to because cases were so high by January." Mr Hancock added that, by January, the situation had become so serious that "every lever had to be pulled". There has been concern about the damaging effect of schools closures on children - particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Earlier this year, MPs warned it could take 10 years for the gap between disadvantaged children and others to narrow to what it was before the pandemic. 'In despair' In mid-October 2020, in a bid to slow the spread of the virus, the government introduced the tier system, whereby different rules were implemented in areas depending on the local case numbers. In his statement to the inquiry, Mr Hancock said he was "in despair" when the policy was announced because he knew it "would not work". He argued that was because the toughest restrictions were not strong enough, but also because negotiations with local leaders had led to delay and confusion. He had praise for Joe Anderson, who was Liverpool mayor at the time, saying they were able to work together to put in place an "effective" package of support. However, he raised eyebrows when he said Mr Anderson was "sadly, no longer with us", despite the fact the former mayor is still alive. Mr Anderson responded by posting a message on social media: "Just took my pulse and I seem to still be here and I feel ok." Andy Burnham gave evidence to the inquiry earlier in the week Comparing Mr Anderson to other local leaders, Mr Hancock, said they were "not so constructive and in some cases actively unhelpful". Mr Keith KC asked if that is what former Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance was referring to when, in his diaries, he mentioned "difficult negotiations in Manchester". Mr Hancock said it was and stressed that his comments related to the local leadership, adding "I have got no beef with the fine city of Manchester." Greater Manchester was placed into tier three restrictions on 20 October, meaning pubs and bars had to close and household mixing was restricted. The decision triggered a row between Mr Burnham and the government over how much financial support should be provided for the area. Responding to the criticism, Mr Burnham said: "That may be Mr Hancock's opinion, but he's wrong. "The mayor and 10 leaders in Greater Manchester, including a Conservative leader, spent many hours trying to negotiate a deal with the government... it would not have been right to place further restrictions on the residents of Greater Manchester without the financial package to support them." 'Therapy sessions' Mr Hancock also said the way then-First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon communicated UK-wide decisions was "unhelpful and confusing" and "undermined" the response to Covid. Welsh ministers' Covid powers illogical - Hancock The inquiry was shown messages in which Mr Hancock said he wanted to make a particular announcement as soon as possible, saying: "It will leak anyway - and the Scots will try to get their announcement out first." He told the inquiry: "Sometimes, [she] would leave a meeting and begin communication of a decision, for instance, sooner than agreed." He said he had a good relationship with health ministers in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and compared their meetings to "therapy sessions". Ms Sturgeon appeared at the inquiry in June this year but is expected to make further appearances, with public hearings continuing until 2026. Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are expected to give evidence to the inquiry before the end of the year.
  5. The disappearance of a golden eagle in the Borders is a blow to efforts to boost numbers in southern Scotland. Over the past five years, a project has been ongoing from a base near Moffat to increase levels in the area. Police are treating the latest incident - between Heriot and Stow - as suspicious and have vowed to protect the "magnificent birds". Eagle numbers are at their highest level in centuries - but the scheme has not been without its setbacks. Prior to the release of the chicks only two to four breeding pairs remained in the south of Scotland The first chicks from the South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project (SSGEP) were released in the area in August 2018 more than a decade after the idea was initially hatched. They had been brought to a secret location in the Moffat Hills from the Highlands. Watch a golden eagle being released into the wild Golden eagle project lands ecology award At the time, there were between two and four breeding pairs in the south of Scotland. Cat Barlow, project manager, described it as a "very significant" moment. "We are trying to boost the dwindling po[CENSORED]tion and make sure that we are seeing a bird that should be here in the skies of the south of Scotland," she said. SNH said the attack by one bird on another in 2019 was "extremely surprising" The project was just a year old when one bird apparently attacked another, causing its death. Scotland's natural heritage agency NatureScot said the incident was "distressing and extremely surprising" and was behaviour it had "not observed before". A female bird released in 2018 appeared to have turned on a male bird introduced the following year. The eagle, named Beaky, had returned to its release site and was witnessed being "aggressive and domineering" towards three birds. However, NatureScot said it remained determined to see the project achieve its goals. The po[CENSORED]tion of golden eagles had nearly doubled three years into the scheme Despite the loss of one of the young golden eagles, more were brought from the Highlands and by August 2021 eight more chicks had been successfully moved south. It took the total number relocated to 12 and nearly doubled the local po[CENSORED]tion in the space of three years. The project had suffered some delays due to Covid but it said it was "absolutely amazing" to see so many birds "soaring majestically" across south of Scotland skies. NatureScot chief executive Francesca Osowska described the scheme as a "vital part" of efforts to reverse biodiversity loss and combat the climate emergency. The golden eagle po[CENSORED]tion in the area is now believed to be at its highest level in centuries Earlier this year, the number of golden eagles in southern Scotland had hit its highest recorded level in centuries with the po[CENSORED]tion reaching nearly 50. Although the project began by bringing chicks, it has started to introduce older birds making it the first scheme in the UK to move golden eagles aged between six months and three years from one part of the country to another. Ms Barlow said the success of moving the older eagles would be monitored closely by similar projects. Meanwhile, thousands of people had got involved in the SSGEP through a range of initiatives and a festival celebrating the golden eagle has also been staged in Moffat. A wind farm was scaled back in size in the area amid concerns over its impact on the eagles Plans for a major wind farm near Moffat were scaled back in January this year amid concerns they could have an impact on the golden eagles. Community Windpower initially wanted to build 75 turbines at Scoop Hill but cut that back to 60 following consultation. The RSPB objected to the original proposals due to concerns about the collision risk and habitat loss for the birds. The company said it hoped the changes being proposed could address those issues. No definitive cause for Sula's death was found after thorough tests When a bird was found dead on a south of Scotland estate in February this year it prompted a lengthy investigation into the cause with concerns it could have been poisoned or have been a victim of avian flu. Both of those were ruled out and it was concluded the bird - named Sula - had been "very fit" prior to its death. The SSGEP said it showed that golden eagles, like any species, could die suddenly for a variety of reasons - including natural causes. However, it said the survival rate in southern Scotland remained high and it hoped that would continue in the years to come. The death of one bird has now been followed by the disappearance of another. The female eagle - Merrick - was last seen in the Borders on 12 October in an area between Heriot and Stow. Police believe she has come to harm and are investigating the circumstances. The golden eagle project - and all its partner organisations - have vowed to keep up their efforts to boost golden eagle numbers in the area despite the setback.
  6. Ella Toone scored a late winner for England as they came from two goals down to beat the Netherlands in a crucial Women's Nations League tie, keeping alive Team GB's hopes of qualifying for the Olympic Games. The World Cup runners-up were 2-0 down after 35 minutes when Lineth Beerensteyn punished defensive errors and took advantage of a passive midfield to score twice for the Netherlands. But England responded through Georgia Stanway and Lauren Hemp, who netted within two minutes of each other in the second half, before Toone fired in a dramatic late goal and received a roar of celebration from supporters at Wembley Stadium. On a stage that has produced so many successful moments for the Lionesses, Sarina Wiegman's side did just enough to edge past a Netherlands team who had outwitted them before the break. On a bitterly cold evening at Wembley, the Lionesses knew only victory would be enough to keep alive Team GB's hopes of competing in Paris. As the nominated nation to qualify on behalf of Team GB, England need to win their Nations League group and reach the final - or finish third if Olympic hosts France make the final - in order to secure a place. But having already suffered defeats by Belgium and the Netherlands in the competition, England's hopes were in major doubt and nothing short of victory against Andries Jonker's side would have been enough at Wembley. Euro 2022 stars Beth Mead, Alessia Russo and Toone all came off the bench to help inspire a comeback and it was the Manchester United midfielder, who scored the opening goal in that European success at Wembley, who delivered the goods again. England will qualify for the semi-finals if they beat Scotland on Tuesday and the Netherlands drop points in their final match with Belgium. However, even if the Netherlands beat Belgium at home, England could still go through if they defeat the Scots by a sufficiently large scoreline to take their goal difference above the Dutch. There had been concern about England's form for several months with criticism even coming during their World Cup campaign, which ended in defeat by Spain in August's showpiece. With just two wins in their previous five matches - having lost only once in their first 30 games under Wiegman - pressure was on England to perform. Their first-half display was nowhere near good enough and they were duly punished by Beerensteyn's ruthlessness, with Wiegman also paying for some questionable team selections. Lauren Hemp, making her 50th appearance for the Lionesses, was preferred in central attack over mainstay Russo, while Chelsea centre-back Jess Carter was the chosen replacement for injured club team-mate Millie Bright. But England were all over the place for the majority of the opening 45 minutes as gaps broke in defence. The Netherlands were able to carve through the midfield and England's forwards could not get into the game. Goalkeeper Mary Earps, wearing the armband in Bright's absence, was at fault for Beerensteyn's second goal as she allowed the ball to squeeze between her hands at the near post, after the Dutch striker had got the better of Carter and Lucy Bronze for her opener. However, a much-needed half-time break seemed to mark a reset for England and Stanway was unmarked in the box when she headed in Lauren James' curling cross, before Hemp's low strike beat goalkeeper Daphne van Domselaar to make it 2-2. Wiegman's wildcards - her substitutions - were all used, including a return for winger Mead for the first time in a year, and it eventually paid off with Toone's driven strike nestling into the far corner with minutes remaining. England's job is still not complete but qualification is in their hands as they travel to Scotland for their final group match on Tuesday at Hampden Park.
  7. ¤ Date / Time: 02/12/2023 - 02:43:51 ¤ Nick/ip: Zeus - - STEAM_2:1:99802334 ¤ Time of ban: 60 min ¤ Reason: rrzm ¤ Proof:
  8. Voted. Best regards Pre-manager Gobo-loco
  9. Azi
  10. • Name: 7aMoDi • Time & Date: 02/12/2023 - 02:16:09 • Screenshot:
  11. Ieri
  12. • Name: NINJAAAA • Time & Date: 2/12/2023 - 00:26:2 • Screenshot:
  13. اللهم استعملنا و لا تستبدلنا
  14. قصف تانى لا حول ولا قوه الا بالله 😓😥
  15. Your Nickname: Obito- Your Age : 20 years How you could help us a Devil harmony member ? : Being active and doing all my project activity that is necessary? How much you rate Devil harmony project from 1 - 10 ? : 10 Other information about your request ?:- Last request link :
  16. Your Nickname: Albert Wesker Your Address Skype, Steam: Age: 24 Languages That You Can Speak: English Only Your Location: India Experience As Admin: 1 year1 and half month Can You Stay Spectator Or Playing Between These Hours (22:00 To 12:00 PM): 22:00 i can Spec Link Of Hours You Played On Server (click herel): IST:11:00pm-6:00am Reason That You Want To Be Admin: helping server to make it better
  1. Încarcă mai multă activitate
  • Creează nouă...

Informații Importante

By using this site, you agree to our Termeni de Utilizare.