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Glasgow hospital ‘responsible for failures’ as family of infected victim left in dark

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Dec 2021
An independent review last year found that 84 children were infected with rare bacteria while undergoing treatment at the £850 million campus in Glasgow, ...
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Service One expanding into Russellville

Bowling Green Daily News 03 Dec 2021
Its new State Street branch in the planning stages isn’t the only project Bowling Green’s Service One Credit Union has in the works ... “We will reach outside of Rane.” ... 31-W ... The new State Street branch will be in addition to Service One’s main branch on Campbell Lane and locations on the Western Kentucky University campus and in Glasgow ... .
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Over 500 Scholars Launch Fightback Against Israel Lobby by Jonathan Cook

Earth Newspaper 01 Dec 2021
The question is whether universities like Glasgow will continue to submit to attacks on academic life under the cover of false or evidence-free claims of anti-semitism ... victories on UK campuses as they seek to curb academic freedoms under the guise of stamping out antisemitism.
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Glasgow's COP26 success and the implications for business

BBC News 20 Nov 2021
The Glasgow Climate Pact may not have lived up to expectations for reduced carbon emissions and limiting global warming ... Kathleen Warden, who leads the conference division of the Scottish Event Campus, was getting messages throughout the fortnight from other conference venues and from clients to say how good Glasgow was looking.
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Plans for new Glasgow bridge set to move ahead

BBC News 19 Nov 2021
It is hoped the bridge will complement public and private sector investments on both sides of the Clyde, including the University of Glasgow's development of a Clyde Waterfront Innovation Campus next to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and housing plans at Water Row.
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Where Placards Fail… Personal Responsibility And Climate Change

OWP 19 Nov 2021
A final deal, however, is yet to be passed, with talks continuing into Friday night ... But enter the doors of Glasgow’s SEC (Scottish Event Campus) and we find PM Boris Johnson and U.S. President Joe Biden slowly dropping off to sleep ... For the more the people shout, the less the leaders seem to hear ... Brexit, the 2020 U.S ... change ... In 2018, just 11,000 did.
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Transition to net zero gives UK ‘shot at redemption’ after deindustrialisation

Belfast Telegraph 18 Nov 2021
Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives at the Cop26 summit at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow where countries are meeting for the latest round of UN talks to drive action on averting dangerous climate change.
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291 positive COVID tests linked to COP26

Finger Lakes Times 17 Nov 2021
The findings from Public Health Scotland (PHS), released on Tuesday, assessed the number of people who reported that they had been to an event related to the climate summit, including workshops and protests outside the Scottish Events Campus in Glasgow ... Speaking at Holyrood on Thursday, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said ... The report added ... .
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Widow demands answers over Covid official Andrew Slorance's death

BBC News 17 Nov 2021
Andrew Slorance went into Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for cancer treatment a year ago ... The health board said it had been "open and honest" ... She told the BBC ... Mrs Slorance says a full investigation should take place into incidences of aspergillus at the hospital campus. In response, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said ... .
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COP26: Glasgow & the Military Industrial Mindset

Consortium News 17 Nov 2021
Paul Rogers says the military-industrial mindset of state-on-state conflict is utterly obsolete in the face of the global threat of climate breakdown. In September 2020 unexpected floods in Pibor, South Sudan, hindered the peace process ... By Paul Rogers ... He said. ... Inside the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow, while COP26 was underway in early November ... .
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Nearly 300 people test positive for Covid after going to COP26 events or taking part ...

The Daily Mail 16 Nov 2021
Police officers kept guard as demonstrators attended a protest amid the Cop26 summit in Glasgow ... The findings from Public Health Scotland (PHS) assessed the number of people who reported to Test and Protect that they had been to an event related to the climate summit, including workshops and protests outside the Scottish Events Campus in Glasgow.
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Letters to the Editor: Who at UCSB decided to enroll more students without building enough housing?

The Los Angeles Times 16 Nov 2021
(“California college students live in vans and hotels as campus housing plans spark backlash,” Nov ... Your article does not point out that University of California campuses do not pay property taxes in the communities blessed with their presence ... Glasgow climate summit brought incremental progress ... The failure at Glasgow and what needs to happen next.
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Letters to the Editor: Billionaires, do humanity a favor and give away your wealth

The Los Angeles Times 16 Nov 2021
To the editor ... Manchin says oh no, we mustn’t target the super-rich with higher taxes. But why on Earth not?” Opinion, Nov. 12) ... .. To the editor ... ... Opinion ... Glasgow climate summit brought incremental progress ... California college students live in vans and hotels as campus housing plans spark backlash ... The failure at Glasgow and what needs to happen next.
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Letters to the Editor: If we’re banning books to protect kids, what happens to the Bible?

The Los Angeles Times 16 Nov 2021
To the editor ... I was shocked by what I found ... In Exodus, it is declared that female servants can be used for sex ... Advertisement. Jerry Lasnik, Thousand Oaks ... Glasgow climate summit brought incremental progress ... California college students live in vans and hotels as campus housing plans spark backlash ... The failure at Glasgow and what needs to happen next.
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Op-Ed: Public opinion is unified on lowering prescription drug prices — why are Democrats settling for less?

The Los Angeles Times 16 Nov 2021
Democrats and Republicans are crystal clear in polls that they want government to be allowed to negotiate down high drug prices ... Voters aren’t buying it ... Glasgow climate summit brought incremental progress ... California college students live in vans and hotels as campus housing plans spark backlash ... The failure at Glasgow and what needs to happen next.
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