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Labour urges Dominic Raab to tackle justice system ‘chaos’

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The shadow justice secretary, David Lammy, has urged Dominic Raab to tackle the “chaos” in the justice system before unpicking human rights law, after Raab said he wanted to curb the power of the European court of hum...

Hollie Doyle: ‘Finishing third in Spoty? It was a shock to the system’

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“It’s a strange old sport,” Hollie Doyle says as she heads into the final day of another Flat racing season which has seen her continue her rise as one of the most gifted and tactically astute jockeys in Britain. “You...

NHS England Covid app outage shows problems of single centralised system

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It’s always annoying if your phone battery dies while you’re travelling – but it’s even worse if malfunctioning technology means you can’t even begin your trip. Wednesday’s outage of the NHS app for England left frust...

Don’t extend magistrates’ powers – there’s a better way to reform the court system

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Bev Higgs, national chair of the Magistrates Association, is right to suggest reforms are needed to fix the criminal justice system (Letters, 7 October). But no one who has read the Secret Barrister’s assessment of th...

England’s travel traffic-light system replaced and testing requirements to change

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An overhaul of England’s Covid-19 rules governing international travel will come into force from Monday 4 October, replacing the traffic-light system. A single red list of countries will remain, with the previous gree...

The rail franchise system is so confusing, no wonder Southeastern mislaid £25m

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Here’s what we know for sure. Southeastern, the train operating company (TOC) owned mostly by the UK’s Go-Ahead Group and partly by the French/Canadian Keolis, has been running routes in south-east London, Kent and Su...

NSW frontline medical staff gagged as health system braces for Covid peak

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As New South Wales hospitals brace for the peak in admissions and overwhelmed intensive care units next month, the voices of those on the frontline are strangely muted. Often it is family members, union representative...

‘A race to the bottom’: Google temps are fighting a two-tier labor system

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Ben Gwin works for Google Shopping in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Though he is technically a temporary worker at the tech giant, Gwin and 65 of his colleagues are now represented by the United Steelworkers union. The gr...

Covid live news: Delta ‘crippling’ Alaska’s health system; South Korea urges testing amid holiday surge fears

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Alaska imposes crisis care standards on all hospitals; South Korean authorities urge people returning from holiday week to get tested

‘We have nothing’: treating Covid-19 in Papua New Guinea’s broken health system

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In a country where nurses are forced to use rice packets as gloves and laundry detergent as disinfectant, treating coronavirus has been an enormously difficult task. Pacific editor Kate Lyons recommends this article a...

California Democrats vow to change ‘weaponized’ recall system

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Hours after Gavin Newsom beat back a historic recall election that could have cost him his job, Democrats in California vowed to reform the system allowing a sitting governor to be challenged. The changes could includ...

Australia to have vaccine passport system ready within weeks for international travel

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The Morrison government will have a system in place within weeks to support the resumption of international travel as vaccination rates rise, the trade minister, Dan Tehan, says. With senior federal ministers meeting ...

Ben Jennings on the British honours system — cartoon

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A tale of two towns: Rochdale and Braintree expose UK’s uneven asylum system

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Situated in the heart of rural Essex, Braintree offers a lot of options. London Liverpool Street station is only an hour on the train or, if you fancy a day at the beach, you can drive south for roughly the same time ...

Lesotho murder rate ranked sixth worst in world as judicial system breaks down

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The tiny mountain kingdom of Lesotho has the sixth highest murder rate in the world, according to a recent World Population Review report. The global average murder rate is seven per 100,000 people, found the report, ...

Australia Covid news: health system on the brink of crisis as NSW braces for another record day of cases – live

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Fears Sydney hospital ICUs are under extreme strain as nurses speak out about ‘hellhole’ conditions. Follow latest updates

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