This 7 May 2020 video from Britain says about itself:
MP Nadia Whittome was Sacked as a Care Worker for Speaking Out. This is the Truth They Don’t Want You to Hear.
By Lamiat Sabin in Britain, 7 May 2020:
Government says that there could be more coronavirus-linked care-home deaths
THE UK shuld be braced for further increases in the number of coronavirus-linked care-home deaths, the daily Downing Street press conference heard today.
Public Health England medical director Professor Yvonne Doyle said the figure for deaths in care homes may be revised upwards.
She told the press conference: “In due course those deaths sadly may occur on death certificates, so we may expect more than we are seeing at the moment, yes.”
Deaths surge in UK care homes. By Stephen Alexander, 7 May 2020. Data based on death notifications directly from care homes recorded 6,391 COVID-19 fatalities between April 10 and May 1.
UK Chancellor Sunak to wind down furlough wage scheme as part of back-to-work offensive. By Robert Stevens and Julie Hyland, 7 May 2020. The furlough scheme is being ended with workers facing either going back into work in unsafe conditions, in the middle of a deadly pandemic, or losing their jobs.
By Ceren Sagir in Britain, 7 May 2020:
Too scared to walk alone: racism spikes against Chinese community
BRITAIN’S Chinese community are “too scared to venture out alone” due to rising levels of racist abuse linked to the coronavirus pandemic, a report reveals today.
The abuse has forced people of Chinese heritage to withdraw from society in Britain, research led by Profesor Binna Kandola has warned.
Chinese people have been coughed at, attacked and told to “go back home”, according to the academic.