Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
BBC News: Coronavirus: School return plans to be scrutinised by inspectors
The body in charge of inspecting Scotland's schools will assess the teaching plans for August after some faced criticism. Continue reading.
I was absolutely shocked to come across a Freedom of Information Act request for Ipswich Buses (), where someone asked "Can you release latest guidance for bus staff during the Coronavirus pandemic? " and the response reveals that there is no proper guidance (i. e. policy or memo) for bus drivers. A council owned, multi-million pound business that employs over 100 people.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sturgeon warns against 'reckless' easing of lockdown
Nicola Sturgeon says coronavirus is causing an "economic crisis" but warns against easing restrictions "too quickly". Continue reading.
Three new coronavirus related deaths confirmed - the first in three days. The East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed three coronavirus related deaths, after the region went days without a single death. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Norwich: Positive coronavirus test player returns negative sample
The Norwich player who tested positive for coronavirus has now returned a negative sample, says the club's sporting director. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Support pledge for everyone facing unemployment
Wales' economy minister says over-16s will be offered help finding work, self-employment, education or training. Continue reading.
RT: Would be ‘very surprising’ if Britain evades coronavirus SECOND WAVE, UK govt medical adviser warns
A scientific adviser to the UK government has given a stark warning to Britons, saying they’re not out of the woods with regards to the deadly Covid-19 disease, and claiming he’d be “very surprised if we avoided a second wave.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Businesses 'nervous' about antibody tests for employees
Business leaders say any antibody test must be completely reliable to give confidence to bring back workers. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sturgeon wants 'normal' schooling back 'as quickly as possible'
Nicola Sturgeon says she wants pupils to be back in classrooms full-time "as quickly as is safe and feasible". Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: The first thing I bought when the shops reopened
As stores across England selling non-essential goods opened their doors, we asked people in Milton Keynes what they bought. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus lockdown: 'Forgotten' TV freelancers call for 'urgent help'
Freelancers in the media have been left homeless, using food banks and even suicidal, campaigners say. Continue reading.
No new coronavirus-related deaths in region’s hospitals for second day in a row. Zero new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in Suffolk and north Essex for the second day running. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: All foreign NHS staff 'should get free visa extension'
It is "unfair" that low paid workers are facing charges of thousands of pounds to remain in the UK, MPs say. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Horse refused entry at Doncaster under coronavirus protocols
An intended runner at Doncaster on Sunday became the first horse to be refused entry to a British racecourse under coronavirus protocols. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI hotels and bars could reopen in early July
Ministers will consider a plan to restart the hospitality sector earlier than anticipated when they meet on Monday. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Women's sport has taken backseat because of coronavirus - Alex Scott
Women's sport has taken a "backseat" to men's sport because of the coronavirus pandemic, says former England and Arsenal defender Alex Scott. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Reduced drug testing during coronavirus pandemic a 'let-down', say athletes
Some athletes are worried a reduced drug testing programme during the coronavirus pandemic "opens the doors" to doping abuses. Continue reading.
RT: 2 meters too far? UK govt to review current Covid-19 distancing guidelines as businesses prepare to reopen
The British government is to have a “fresh look” at its anti-pandemic restrictions, including the two-meter social distancing rule, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said, as he assured the public that high-street shopping is now “safe. ”
Prime Minister Boris Johnson “has put in place a comprehensive review of the two-meter rule,” Sunak told on Sunday morning when asked if the government would be reducing the social distancing measure.
BBC Sport: Norwich player tests positive in latest Premier League coronavirus testing
A Norwich City player is one of two people to test positive for coronavirus in the latest round of Premier League testing. Continue reading.
One person dies in Suffolk and north Essex hospitals after testing positive for coronavirus. One person at Ipswich and Colchester hospitals has died after testing positive for coronavirus but West Suffolk Hospital has reported no new deaths. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Basildon physio's 'mum guilt' while helping Covid-19 patients
The NHS hospital physiotherapist who helps Covid-19 patients wants to make her young family proud. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon warns of 'significant impact' on jobs
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the next unemployment figures are likely to show an increase in the numbers out of work. Continue reading.