MI6: World War Two Workers In Rare Footage

The work that Bletchley Park and MI6 did during World War Two, was instrumental in the allies’ victory. But until now, there hasn’t been any video showing what life was like on the sites dedicated to this work. This all changed when a piece of film was anonymously donated to Bletchley Park Trust, providing an…

What’s The Psychological Impact Of The Coronavirus Pandemic? 

The coronavirus brings bad news and tough times, you switch on the news or look at your favourite website, and it’s not a pretty picture. More dead every day, infections on the rise – Johns Hopkins now counts more than 1 million cases, health care systems reaching their limits. Whole world in lockdown, friends and…

10 Million Unemployed In The US 💵 Coronavirus Business Update

The Asian Development Bank has predicted the coronavirus pandemic will cost the world economy up to $4.1 trillion (€3.78 trillion) in lost economic activity, or nearly 5% of total global economic output. The US jobs market is reeling from the impact of this pandemic, a staggering 10 million American workers have filed for unemployment in…

College Student Invented A Face Mask For The Deaf & Hard Of Hearing

NBC-affiliate LEX18 reports that Eastern Kentucky University senior Ashley Lawrence designed and is now actually producing face masks for those with hearing issues. The project is clearly personal to her, given that the 21-year-old student is studying education for the deaf and hard of hearing. The masks, which Lawrence and her mother have been sewing…

Spain’s Death Toll Above 800 For Fifth Day In Row

Spain now has 864 more recorded in data released on Wednesday and comes after 849 people were reported to have died from the virus on Tuesday. This is the fifth day in a row that Spain has officially recorded more than 800 deaths. The country has the second-deadliest outbreak in the world after Italy, and…

Coronavirus Pandemic Threatens Bangladesh Garment Industry

The coronavirus pandemic is threatening the jobs of more than a million factory workers in Bangladesh. It is the world’s second-largest garment and textile producer after China, and the industry drives the country’s economy. Companies around the globe have already cancelled orders worth more than $2bn, and workers are worried. {Al Jazeera}