British-Chinese people who have experienced racist abuse during the coronavirus pandemic fear they will be scarred for more than a generation, an expert has warned.Business psychologist and author Binna Kandola said people have become isolated and withdrawn from society after experiencing a rising tide of abuse, and it will take a long time for many to feel “completely safe” again. Among those to have experienced prejudice was Berkshire woman Jenny Pattinson. She said "I can’t live like this any more. I’m not going to stop, let these people stop me from living my life."
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The Crown stars Olivia Colman, Emma Corrin and Josh O’Connor all scored Emmy Award nominations for their farewell season on Netflix’s lavishly produced regal drama.Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page was also recognised for playing the dashing Duke of Hastings and is up against O’Connor, another first-time nominee.Other Britons with nominations include Michaela Coel, Kate Winslet, Cynthia Erivo and Anya Taylor-Joy.
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As British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveils a plan to lift coronavirus restrictions from July 19, he urged the population to learn to live with the virus. Johnson had initially aimed for a full reopening on June 21 but was forced to push back the date because of a surge in the highly contagious Delta variant.
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Labour attacks Government vaccine passport plans as deputy leader Angela Rayner launches an employment rights charter in London."It's not workable" she told the PA news agency, and instead urge to roll out regular testing among other measures.
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Today, the Indian government outrightly refuted media reports that alleged India's Covid-19 death count was 'vastly undercounted'. The government claimed that the reports assume that all excess mortality figures are Covid deaths, which is not based on facts and fallacious.
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People who lost loved ones in attacks have met at Downing Street in London to express their outrage at proposals to ban prosecutions for Troubles murders. The gathering came as Stormont MLAs rejected the controversial Government plan.
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