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Kate Garraway has revealed the details of a “very personal” note she received from the prime minister after her husband Derek Draper was hospitalised with coronavirus.The former political adviser was in hospital for a year after being admitted with Covid in March 2020, with the illness causing serious damage to his body. Good Morning Britain presenter Kate told Times Radio it was “lovely” to receive the message from Boris Johnson. She said: “Boris Johnson actually wrote a really, really very personal note reflecting on things that he and Derek had been involved in together and his impression of him as a person, and also thinking of me and the children.“And also Carrie as well, who I think has had a tough time, particularly when Boris was ill and she was pregnant with a first child.“I think she has had a challenging time dealing with that. Mercifully, his health is great now but they must have had some dark moments as well during that period.“So I thought it was lovely that he felt that he should and could and did actually drop me a note. So that was lovely.”Kate also said her family are starting a “whole new chapter”, following Derek’s return home last month.Derek is receiving 24-hour-care at home, which Kate has adapted for his needs.“I believe he will improve. I think we’ve all been changed by what we’ve been through actually,” she said.“The whole country has been changed by what we’ve been through.“So I don’t think he’ll be exactly the same person again. I don’t think I will be actually or any of us will be.“I don’t think you will be either. I think we’ve all been so affected by the pandemic generally.”READ MORE:Kate Garraway Shares Touching Update After Husband Derek Draper's Return Home From HospitalKate Garraway Opens Up Over ‘Overwhelming’ First Weekend At Home With Husband Derek DraperKate Garraway’s Husband Returns Home After A Year In Hospital Being Treated For Covid
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Profit in the three months ended 31 March 2021, rose to Rs2,143 crore from Rs1,519 crore it reported a year earlier, exceeding street estimates
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(Aalto University) Researchers at Aalto University have now discovered that electrodes in lithium batteries containing cobalt can be reused as is after being newly saturated with lithium. In comparison to traditional recycling, which typically extracts metals from crushed batteries by melting or dissolving them, the new process saves valuable raw materials, and likely also energy.
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Data privacy concerns keeping you awake? We look at what data apps are really collecting, what they're doing with it, and which apps keep your data private.
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Just in time for Mother's Day, the Product Red version of Apple's flagship wearable gets its biggest discount ever.
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Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest private market news, talks about the coming week, digs into some recent funding rounds and mulls over a larger theme or narrative from the private markets. […]
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If certain job functions don't need to be office-based, a hybrid work solution could be the best option for both employees and employers.
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Reddit has unveiled its take on a Clubhouse-like social audio product, called Reddit Talk. Moderators who want to try the feature out in their subreddit can add themselves to a waitlist for access.
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BPCL has started supply of 100 Metric Tonnes of oxygen at no cost, to various hospitals in view of the shortage of the same for critical patients of covid-19
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RFL, an NBFC arm of Religare Enterprises Ltd, has been barred from undertaking fresh business as it is under corrective action plan (CAP) of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) since January 2018 due to its weak financial health
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Brazil and India are seeing devastating surges in coronavirus deaths amid vaccine shortages and the rise of more contagious variants.
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In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below. Keep Brainstorming—Your Best Ideas Are Still to Come … Continued The post B2B Reads: Why Decisions Aren’t Important, Building Conflict Capacity, and the Corporate Athlete appeared first on Heinz Marketing.
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Health insurance provider Humana has appointed Publicis Media agency Spark Foundry as its U.S. media agency of record, following a review. Spark Foundry will be responsible for all online and offline media buying and planning across local and national campaigns, the agency told Adweek. Spark Foundry will lead the Louisville, Kentucky-based account out of its...
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Mint Mobile vs Visible wireless: let's see how the two best prepaid phone plans on the market fare in a direct head-to-head comparison.
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Studies are still under way to determine whether additional booster shots are needed to maintain immunity, but Pfizer's CEO calls it "a likely scenario."
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After the RTX 3060 hash rate limiter failed to dissuade cryptominers, Nvidia is going back to the drawing board.
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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has granted provisional regulatory approval of Virgin’s proposed merger with O2. In November last year, the European Commission – which, pre-Brexit, had regulatory oversight over the deal – referred the proposed merger to the UK’s competition regulator. Andrea Coscelli, Chief Executive at the CMA, said at the time: “These... Read more » The post Virgin and O2’s merger is granted provisional approval appeared first on Telecoms Tech News.
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Polestar is adding two new versions of the Polestar 2 EV to its line-up, including a more affordable single motor model expected to bump range to around 260 miles on a charge. The 2022 Polestar 2 will also be offered in a more affordable dual-motor configuration, with an optional Plus Pack also promising to nudge up how far the EV … Continue reading
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Real estate firm sells 14,700 units worth ₹16,240 crore in 2020-21 financial year
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The beleaguered Boeing 737 MAX has run into another issue, with the plane-maker recommending that some of tis jets be grounded after identifying more safety problems. A “potential electrical issue” has been blamed for the sudden announcement, which could force some airlines to cancel flights after aircraft are benched. “The recommendation is being made to allow for verification that a … Continue reading
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