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London has been placed on the government’s coronavirus local lockdown watchlist.It means stricter restrictions could be imposed in the capital if cases continue to rise.In a statement on Friday announcing the move, London Councils said it was “a stark reminder” to Londoners about the threat from the virus.The body, which represents the 32 borough councils and the City of London, said there would be no new rules imposed “at this stage”.Sadiq Khan said the said London was now “at a very worrying tipping point”.“The near collapse of test and trace and the resurgence of the virus means new measures to slow its spread were absolutely necessary,” he said.“Ministers simply have to get a grip. It’s vital that testing capacity is increased immediately in London and focused in the areas it is needed most. Any delay will mean letting the city down and will cost lives.”Millions of people across the country are already living under local lockdown rules, including a ban on visiting each other’s houses.A total of 6,634 new cases were recorded across the UK on Thursday – the largest daily count since the beginning of the pandemic.The rise in cases is a “clear” signal, Public Health England’s Professor Yvonne Doyle said, as she insisted people must follow the stricter measures announced this week in order to help control the virus.Thursday saw the introduction of new rules across England that mean pubs and restaurants must close at 10pm. According to data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in England between 26 April and 08 September, 6.2% of people tested positive for antibodies, suggesting they had the infection in the past.The percentage of people testing positive for antibodies is higher in London than in the East Midlands, the South East and the South West of England.It comes as Boris Johnson faces a rebellion from Tory MPs demanding a greater say for parliament over lockdown restrictions.But there is mounting disquiet on the government benches at Downing Street’s decision to announce the regulations without giving MPs a say.Tom Tugendhat, the senior Tory who chairs the Commons foreign affairs committee, warned on Friday morning that “controlling the lives of 65 million people by fiat” was “not sustainable”.Related... This Is The Sheer Chaos Unleashed By Last-Minute Local Lockdowns
The “politicised” appointment of “crony” Baroness Dido Harding to run England’s coronavirus test and trace service risks “denigrating” the NHS, a shadow cabinet minister has suggested.Steve Reed told HuffPost UK’s Commons People podcast that hiring the Tory peer amounts to a “deskilling” of the civil service and is partly to blame for the problems plaguing NHS Test and Trace. The service is falling short of key targets, with just one in 10 Covid tests being processed within 24 hours last week, despite Boris Johnson wanting a 100% completion rate by the end of June.With the public complaining of huge delays in even booking a test, the total number of results processed decreased by 19% compared to the previous week. But despite being a Tory peer, Harding is not a minister and is not compelled to answer questions about the service in parliament.The system is also largely managed by outsourcing giant Serco and call centre company Sitel. Last week, the British Medical Association (BMA) told HuffPost UK that test and trace is “not an NHS service” but a “largely outsourced programme that sees numerous private companies given billions of pounds to run testing sites, process samples and manage contact tracing call centres”. Reed told HuffPost UK that the politicisation of the service was leading to failures, blaming the prime minister’s top adviser Dominic Cummings. “It’s part of a bigger story I think,” the shadow communities secretary said.“One of the great things about this country is we have a non-party political civil service but they are trying to politicise it.“So it’s extraordinarily unusual, well it’s unprecedented, that you would appoint a Conservative peer to a civil service job, and yet that’s what is happening.“We’ve all seen some of the leaked reports coming out of No.10 about Dominic Cummings, about his desire to politicise the civil service.“Well I think that’s really damaging.“Senior civil servants are appointed because of their expertise, not because they are cronies of whoever happens to be in 10 Downing Street at that particular moment.“And the more that we move towards a politicised model the more we are deskilling it and the more that will go wrong, and I think that’s what we’re seeing with Dido Harding.“But it’s not only Dido Harding now.” Asked if Labour could call for the acronym NHS to be stripped from the title of the test and trace service, Reed said: “I’m happy to pick you up on that one.“The brand of the NHS is one of the country’s greatest institutions, we can’t let it be denigrated.” Related... Has Rishi Sunak Done Too Little Too Late To Prevent The Unemployment Tsunami? Second Covid Test Centre 'Shut Down Overnight' To Make Way For Brexit Lorry Park NHS Test And Trace App Needs Seven Million Users To Be Effective
We don’t know about you, but when it comes to eyes and people talking about things getting stuck in them, it sets our teeth on edge. Which is why Friday’s Good Morning Britain proved to be an uncomfortable watch, as Kate Garraway discussed an injury she recently suffered at the hands of a rogue contact lens. The presenter said she was left “embarrassed” after a doctor removed a six-day-old lens from her eye that had become stuck.Kate explained that it happened after she’d forgotten to take them out one night, which to be fair, most of us who wear them have done at one point or another. Speaking about her trip to the doctors on GMB, Kate said: “A team of eye nurses were baffled, absolutely baffled. Then eventually, after having drops, they found it was actually a contact lens stuck in my eye that’s been in there for about six days.“I felt embarrassed – I thought I had taken it out, but there was a bit still in there – just by root cause untidiness.“Kate’s diagnosis came after she appeared on the ITV breakfast show wearing glasses, admitting she was having trouble reading the morning news, describing it was “a bit of a lottery” as to what she could see. She said: “Let’s have a look at the front pages now, if, that is, I can see them. If you haven’t noticed [the glasses] ... I’ve injured my eye.“I don’t know what I’ve done to it, but I’m going to get it checked out today. But it means it’s all a bit of a lottery at the moment as to whether I can read anything.”During Friday’s show, Kate also revealed it had been a “tough week” for her husband Derek Draper, who has been in hospital since March after contracting coronavirus. While Derek, who is a former lobbyist and political adviser, no longer has Covid-19, he still remains seriously ill in an induced coma.However, he has shown signs of consciousness in recent weeks, even occasionally opening his eyes. Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV. READ MORE: 'It's A Tough Day': Kate Garraway Discusses Not Being Able To See Husband Derek On Wedding Anniversary Kate Garraway Fights Back Tears As She Discusses Challenges Of Marking Husband's Birthday Kate Garraway Discusses 'Difficulties' Of Returning To Work While Her Husband Remains In Hospital
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As rumours swirl of toilet rolls disappearing off supermarket shelves once more, some retailers are taking precautionary action to ensure everyone has enough.Morrisons has limited certain items such as toilet rolls and disinfectant products to three per customer, despite saying stock levels were “good”.“We are introducing a limit on a small number of key products, such as toilet roll and disinfectant,” a spokesperson said. “Our stock levels of these products are good but we want to ensure that they are available for everyone.”Meanwhile Tesco has implemented a limit on items like flour, dried pasta, toilet roll, baby wipes and anti-bacterial wipes – so customers can only buy three of each. There are additional limits for a small number of products online, such as rice and canned vegetables.A Tesco spokesperson told HuffPost UK: “We have good availability, with plenty of stock to go round, and we would encourage our customers to shop as normal. To ensure that everyone can keep buying what they need, we have introduced bulk-buy limits on a small number of products.”Related... ‘I Can’t Help It’ – 5 People Reveal Why They’re Still Stockpiling Other supermarkets have shut down claims that items like toilet rolls are in short supply and, as a result, are not implementing any measures at this time. In response to HuffPost UK’s request for comment, an Asda spokesperson said they aren’t seeing evidence in a change of customer behaviour. The supermarket has “good availability” in stores, they said, as well as through its online slots.However it has announced new measures this week, which includes the creation of 1,000 new safety marshals stationed at the front of every store and in the aisles of larger stores. They will be on hand to help customers with safety queries and reiterate government guidelines to wear a face covering and maintain social distancing.Sainsbury’s also has good availability of products like toilet roll and Waitrose did not respond to a request for comment.A spokesperson for Sainsbury’s said in an email: “Customers can continue to shop with confidence in our stores, where they will see we have good availability. We aren’t currently restricting products.”There is confidence there will be enough toilet roll to go around, despite sales rising by 23% in the past week. Toilet roll manufacturer WEPA Group told The Guardian it expected sales to remain high, but insisted that supplies would not run out.While panic-buying is an understandable reaction to an uncertain situation, it can have a profound impact on supply chains – and people’s everyday lives.In March, when the fear of a strict lockdown was impending, supermarkets wrote an open letter to the British public urging people not to panic-buy and limits were placed on certain items so there was enough to go around.Related... How To Resist The Urge To Panic Buy (Again) During Covid-19 Therapists believe people panic-buy because of anxiety and needing some way to take back control. Psychotherapist Nick Blackburn previously told HuffPost UK people are trying to “solve” their anxiety by buying supplies, but when they get to the shops, they’re likely to experience more anxiety because items are running low.Then there’s the added anxiety of being criticised or hearing snarky comments by others for doing it – in the supermarket or all over social media. “That’s not the way to make fearful people feel better,” Blackburn said.Hansa Pankhania, a therapist of 25 years and member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, said it’s also driven by helplessness, fear and loss of control. When people panic-buy it’s a “gesture”, she told us earlier in the year – they’re doing something to help themselves in an otherwise helpless situation. When we have no control over the bigger picture, we crave control in our “micro world” – our home and daily routines. And in this case, people are doing it by buying up supplies.There’s also the fear element – understandable when Covid-19 cases are rising again. On top of that, people are scared of running out of food or supplies, said Pankhania, so there’s the basic survival instinct of: “If I don’t have food, I’ll die.”“The news is saturated with people dying or feeling ill,” she said. “Listening to that kind of news, day in day out, is going to trigger our survival instinct even more. Generally human beings aren’t very good at dealing with uncertainty, this is their way of having some certainty.”Related... What Are Super-Spreader Events – And How Can You Avoid Them? The Most Common Signs Of Covid-19 Being Reported Right Now How The NHS Test And Trace App Works
You’re reading Sex Diaries, a HuffPost UK Personal series about how we are (or aren’t) having sex. To share your story, get in touch on [email protected] in May, when lockdown measures relaxed and it was possible to see people outdoors again, I thought life would start to feel a bit more normal. But, several months down the line, the truth is it still hasn’t.After the mass exodus of my flatmates out of London, I spent two months furloughed and alone. With the extent of my daily interactions with others limited to video calls and short conversations with cashiers in Tesco, there was nothing I craved more than real human contact. It goes without saying, but there’s only so much joy you can get from passing fruit and veg over a counter, so after weeks spent daydreaming about doing dreadful things like hugging and holding hands, I was glad to see my boyfriend. Even if it had to be in a park.The relief didn’t last. We saw each other in what seemed like every public space in the city, and with every royal park we visited, my frustration grew. As expected, we weren’t very good at upholding the two metre rule, and I knew there was only so long sheepish kisses outside my building and feeling horny in St James’s Park would suffice — so I tried talking about it. After several charged conversations about changes to guidance, social bubbles, and seeing each other indoors — all which boiled down to me wanting to be intimate again, but he and his flatmates feeling uncomfortable with the prospect of mixing indoors — we broke up.If having a relationship in this climate is so difficult, surely it’s a terrible idea to look for a new one. Or worse yet, something less.Although it wasn’t the only reason we separated, after so long alone sex, or at least a conversation about it, felt as necessary as it did taboo. I knew what I wanted flouted public health guidance and I understood his reluctance, but at the time I didn’t understand why morality only kicked in at the entrance to my flat. But navigating intimacy right now is difficult. We each have our limits, and few of us are immune to the moral dilemma. It’s just that nobody wants to admit it. I’ve never considered myself needy or unprincipled, but the fact I still want to date during the worst of our times is telling. Post-break up, I’m at a stage where ordinarily, I’d throw myself back into dating. But given even seeing close friends and family has been complicated by the fact we’re all walking incubators for a virus with no cure, I’m conflicted.If having a relationship in this climate is so difficult, surely it’s a terrible idea to look for a new one. Or worse yet, something less; because now there’s a particular weight that comes with wanting something casual. As if only the strength of feeling that comes with ‘actually’ being in love comes close to justifying putting lives at risk. The Government seems to agree, because even with cases on the up and restrictions tightening, those in ‘established relationships’ have now got the cabinet’s stamp of approval if they want to be intimate again. But for the rest of us, it’s not as straightforward.  At least when there were clear protocols about staying two metres apart and keeping interactions strictly outdoors, it was as plain as day that sex, never mind casual sex, was out of the question. This is what I tell myself, but it seems like the more time has passed from the bit of lockdown where we all panic-bought linguine and stockpiled toilet paper, we’ve started to forget. I’ve heard it said that pandemic or no pandemic, if a date goes well, then sex is on the cards — and while I don’t agree, I certainly understand. Guidance has been so vague and confusing throughout the course of the pandemic that I have no idea what I should be doing, no matter how scrupulously I read the policy. Unlike the Dutch government, which included provisions for a ‘seksbuddy’ in its guidelines, Matt Hancock deftly told people in the UK to “make a choice and stick with it”.I never thought I’d find myself in a situation where I’d have to wear a mask, or consider a third, fourth, or even fifth party during sex.But what if the choice you made months ago hasn’t stood the test of the virus? I never thought I’d find myself in a situation where I’d have to wear a mask, or consider a third, fourth, or even fifth party during sex. Not even in an exciting way — it’s just that Covid means we now have a social responsibility to take into account literally every person we come into close contact with when we date.For many of us, this means consulting flatmates. While I’m lucky to call mine my friends, it feels weird asking a relative stranger what stance his housemates are currently taking on his sex life. We’re living in a world where the euphemism ‘do you want to come back to mine?’ has been replaced with ‘how do the people you live with feel about you coming back to mine for sex?’, and I don’t think I like it.It honestly feels a bit pointless that I’m sat in a pub with a person, who under normal circumstances and all being well, the end-goal would be to get closer to. As a result, I’m dating half-heartedly. The urge is still there, so I go on them anyway, but I’m acutely aware that any desire I have now comes with caveats. It doesn’t say much about my values if I sleep with Tom from Bumble, so I’m sitting a bit further away from him at the bar nowadays.As restrictions are reimposed, I’m becoming even more tentative about dating — but I’m starting to accept that I’m only human. In the meantime, we can only hope that scientists develop a sanitiser that can cleanse my thoughts as well as it cleans my hands.Sian Frances is a freelance writerHave a compelling personal story you want to tell? Find out what we’re looking for here, and pitch us on [email protected] HuffPost UK Personal Sex Diaries Sex After Miscarriage Is Hard. This Is How We Got Back Into The Swing Everything My Straight Friends Told Me About Sex Was Wrong I Became A Cam Girl During Lockdown. I've Never Felt More Confident
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Lizzo has said the body positivity movement has become commercialised, calling into question who it now benefits.The singer appeared on the cover of Vogue’s October issue, and in the accompanying interview, she said she believed the movement calling for the acceptance of all bodies had been partially appropriated.Lizzo said: “It’s commercialised. Now, you look at the hashtag ‘body positive,’ and you see smaller-framed girls, curvier girls. Lotta white girls. And I feel no ways about that, because inclusivity is what my message is always about.“I’m glad that this conversation is being included in the mainstream narrative. What I don’t like is how the people that this term was created for are not benefiting from it.”The Juice singer continued: “Girls with back fat, girls with bellies that hang, girls with thighs that aren’t separated, that overlap. Girls with stretch marks. You know, girls who are in the 18-plus club.“They need to be benefiting from… the mainstream effect of body positivity now. But with everything that goes mainstream, it gets changed. It gets – you know, it gets made acceptable.”Lizzo, who in January won a Grammy for her album Cuz I Love You, said she wants to “normalise” her body.She added: “And not just be like, ‘Ooh, look at this cool movement. Being fat is body positive.’ No, being fat is normal. I think now, I owe it to the people who started this to not just stop here. We have to make people uncomfortable again, so that we can continue to change. Change is always uncomfortable, right?” View this post on InstagramI am the first big black woman on the cover of @voguemagazine. The first black anything feels overdue. But our time has come. To all my black girls, if someone like you hasn’t done it yet— BE THE FIRST. Shot by: @hypewilliams Story by: Claudia Rankine. Thank you Anna Wintour & @sergiokletnoy.A post shared by Lizzo (@lizzobeeating) on Sep 24, 2020 at 9:36am PDTLizzo also celebrated appearing on the cover of Vogue on her Instagram, writing: “I am the first big black woman on the cover of @voguemagazine. The first black anything feels overdue. But our time has come.“To all my black girls, if someone like you hasn’t done it yet— BE THE FIRST.”Read the full interview with Lizzo over at Vogue. READ MORE: Lizzo Enlists Queer Eye Guys For Her Pride-Themed Soulmate Video Lizzo Has An Important Message For Body-Shamers In Iconic Work-Out Video Lizzo Blubbing After Getting A Birthday Message From Beyoncé Is Oh So Relatable
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