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Bradley Walsh had a tearful moment during a discussion on This Morning, after hearing the story of a mother who has not been allowed to visit her critically ill son for six months due to coronavirus restrictions.During Thursday’s edition of the daytime show, Bradley heard the story of Ruth, a woman whose son, Sam, is in the late stages of Huntington’s disease and currently resides in a care home.Because of Covid restrictions, Ruth has not seen her son in six months, and reached out to the Chase host over Instagram hoping that he could help raise awareness of her situation.“I’ve never met Ruth and Sam but [their story] is heartbreaking,” Bradley told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.“In Ruth’s case, specifically, six, seven months… having daily contact with Sam and then all of a sudden, none, zero. And he’s in the later stages of Huntington’s… and it’s so sad.”Becoming choked up, he continued: “It’s hard enough, to see your… it’s hard enough. I’m sorry. It’s hard enough to see your parents go, but if your child is going to go before you, something needs to be done. I apologise.”Holly then assured Bradley he had no reason to be sorry, after which he said he felt the government needed to step in to help people in situations like Ruth’s.“It’s so upsetting,” he said. “And I had no idea. I had no idea this was going on… I’ve just done some research, and I believe there are 22,000 care homes in the United Kingdom… and that’s extraordinary.“I don’t know how we do it, but something… and I also think it should be government-led, and not necessarily locally-led.“There needs to be a blanket decision made, and the expense would be enormous, but if you’re going to live out your last days, on your own, locked in isolation, without your loved ones and your friends around you… [and] the people you leave behind are going to be scarred for life. And that is just tragic. Tragic, it really is.”'It's hard enough to see your parents go, but if your child is going to go before you, something needs to be done.'Bradley Walsh calls for the government to change their stance on care home visiting restrictions. Watch the full interview on the ITV Hub https://t.co/Q7IV485mUnpic.twitter.com/PIHKS1ENdP— This Morning (@thismorning) October 8, 2020At the end of the discussion, Phillip told viewers that a government representative had declined to join them, but read out a statement from the Department of Health and Social Care.Their statement read: “We know limiting visits to care homes has been very difficult for many families and residents, our first priority remains the prevention of infection in care homes to protect staff and residence, which is why more than 120,000 tests are being sent out every day solely for the care sector.”This Morning airs every weekday from 10am on ITV.READ MORE: Phillip Schofield Speaks Out About Recent Mental Health Struggles: 'I Needed A Lot Of Help' Alan Sugar Clashes With Phillip Schofield In This Morning Coronavirus Debate This Morning Travel Expert Criticised Over 'Irresponsible' Advice On New Spain Quarantine Rules
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As one of the biggest growth areas of the past decade, software development skills remain in high demand, even in today’s economy. But some skills are more desirable than others.Choosing the right ones to concentrate on is particularly important as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the global job market. In the UK alone, the number of advertised software developer and software engineering roles were both down 33% in July compared to the previous year, according to job board CV-Library. [ Also on InfoWorld: Black developers tell how the US tech industry could do better ] So which developer skills are the most valuable in today’s market? We’ve pored through the data to find the most bankable developer skills for the coming years—and how best to set yourself up for success in a fraught job market.To read this article in full, please click here
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Dexamethasone can cause euphoria and reduce fever, but it also weakens the immune system and leaves the patient to fight off the virus.
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Attackers are going to great lengths to gain the highest level of persistence.
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“The reduced Delta launch tempo is certainly a factor.”
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Executive produced by Ridley Scott, the inaugural season of this sci-fi drama now reaches its epic conclusion. Watch Raised by Wolves online and stream the season finale from anywhere.
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Though many of us lived through the flu pandemics of 1957 and 1968, almost nobody can dredge up personal memories of those times. And that's interesting.
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European and Asian investors do not have to lose sleep over the debate for fear of missing out, the economist said.
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You can delete contacts from iCloud by unsyncing your devices from the cloud, and manually deleting several or all contacts on the iCloud website.
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Intel’s ‘Elkhart Lake’ platforms offers Tremont core, Gen 11 graphics, and rich I/O.
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Calling it a 'dangerously stable' situation, Guido Vanham details how to resume normal activities and why he's optimistic about a vaccine.
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Get access to the online school's polished, interactive tutorials when you sign up for 20% off.
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In the beginning, there was ESPN+, then Disney+. Now that CBS All Access is becoming Paramount+, it’s time to call a moratorium.
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