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TL;DR news on Jess de Wahls at December 29, 2022

Freedom of expression can open up debate, create empathy or respect for difference, it can also at times cause hurt and outrage. "This has confirmed to us our commitment to freedom of expression and to addressing complex issues through engagement and debate. Her embroidery work was removed from the Royal Academy gift shop, with the artist saying she was contacted by officials from the academy, who told her they were investigating, and she had responded. Levy, of Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania, was not at school when she made her post, but she was suspended from cheerleading activities for a year anyway. The justices did not foreclose schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus, though they did not spell out when schools could act. Circuit of Appeals in Philadelphia. More decisions are expected Friday. ___ Associated Press writer Jessica Gresko contributed to this report. The first member of the delegation tested positive after Uganda's Olympic delegation arrived in Japan on Saturday, local media reported. David, who queued alone, was made an OBE for his services to football in the Queen's birthday honours list in 2003 and also met her on several occasions. Nadhim Zahawi said the Government had been right to delay the lifting of all Covid restrictions by a month to allow more people to be fully vaccinated. England's deputy chief medical officer was accosted by Geza Tarjanyi as he entered the Ministry of Defence building on Tuesday. She retreated to the Berkshire royal residence into what was dubbed HMS Bubble with the Duke of Edinburgh just before England went into its first national lockdown. Dr Kanani says that vaccine hesitant people "are just as much a part of our society" as those who get vaccinated and urges everyone to "help each other to build that confidence". Dr Kanani praises those who have gone above and beyond in delivering Covid vaccinations to their areas. She takes this opportunity to urge people to take other vaccinations available on the NHS, which have dropped off during the pandemic, such as the Shingles vaccination and the HPV vaccine. He says we will "absolutely" have the planned review of the data up halfway to the July 19 reopening, but he says the delay has "saved thousands of lives" already. The republican leader claimed that a DUP "failure to accept rights and equality" was a contributory factor in the "political storm" that has hit unionism in recent days. The new daily case rate compares to the 11,625 coronavirus cases reported yesterday and comes amid the news that the UK has 41 cases of the new 'delta plus' variant. Hundreds of people employed in the travel industry joined a day of action organised by industry body Abta outside Parliament in Westminster, Holyrood in Edinburgh and Stormont, in Belfast. More than 20 Russian aircraft were monitoring the Royal Navy destroyer and "indeed we have heard shots fired, we believe they were out of range", Jonathan Beale said. In fact, in May, data from building society Nationwide showed national house prices jumped 10.9pc. The property market has been overhauled by a global pandemic, a new desire to move after lockdown and a massive tax incentive. "It's also worth saying that it's up to schools to risk assess their sports day plans and decide if it's appropriate to invite spectators. "The facade of competence and good intentions. The Prime Minister's official spokesman said PHE had already put extra measures in place where the variant had been detected including "enhanced contact tracing, testing, and isolation". It remains unknown if delta plus is more dangerous than other variants or if it warrants its own formal categorisation. In the latest technical briefing from Public Health England, which includes data up to June 11, 36 cases were seen in England. But Dr Andrew Lee, Covid incident director at Public Health England, today said this figure is now 41. But DUP MP Ian Paisley said that any changes needed to be substantive, and could not be "tinkerings". Ben Wallace said HMS Defender carried out a "routine transit" from Odessa towards Georgia across the Black Sea, he said. Jess Phillips is unamused. "The destroyer was warned in advance that weapons would be fired in case of a violation of the Russian state border. "As a result of joint actions of the Black Sea Fleet and the Border Service of the Russian Federal Security Service, HMS Defender left the territorial sea of the Russian Federation." Read more here. He tells Boris Johnson he can't deny this has had an impact. Mr Johnson stresses that the landmark domestic violence bill has also been designed to address this. 12:09PM PMQs: Rape convictions have 'plummeted' under Boris Johnson Sir Keir Starmer says rape convictions have "plummeted on his watch". "What kind of signal does it send when they won't even back tougher sentences?" The Labour leader says this was because "it does more to protect statues than women". He praises the freedom it has granted the UK, including the rapid vaccine programme and create a new immigration system, as well as signing a new trade deal with Australia. Sources on both sides predicted a deal would be done next week just days before the June 30 deadline for a grace period in the Northern Ireland Protocol for chilled meat preparations. Media minister John Whittingdale said he cares "about all children", and defended his vote against an opposition motion for free school meals during the pandemic. There are problems for Unionists across the border too, with an exclusive Telegraph poll showing only 20 per cent of English voters "strongly oppose" separation. Watch the video below to see what he discovered. "You can't keep the economy closed indefinitely, that balance is really hard to strike," he told Sky News. we can't just stop doing everything because we are scared." "Keep behaving carefully and don't do things you don't need to do," he added. Mark Woolhouse told Times Radio: "Whether or not this wave will have turned around by July 19 is harder to say for sure.. And as we mark the fifth anniversary of the EU referendum, Michael Gove rules out another one for Scottish independence.