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Tories and Labour

Big companies willing to cover vaccine costs if Health Ministry approves

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Furniture Council (MFC) is appreciative of the government’s decision to include foreign workers under the National Covid-19 Immunisation programme which provides free vaccine. Its secretary-general Matthew Law said the vaccine will definitely assist in combating Covid more aggressively compared to the implementation of stricter standard operating…
bubmag
February 16, 2021
Tories and Labour

An Impressive Impostor: Miss Grit Interviewed

Talking over Zoom, you get the sense that Miss Grit lives and breathes music. Before the interview, she was producing music. Afterwards, she’ll continue to work on music. Formerly a backup guitarist for bands, she is currently a music technology student at NYU. She can make pedals, play cello and…
bubmag
February 9, 2021
Tories and Labour

Weird Gaming News, January 2021

by Patrick Day-Childs , posted on 29 January 2021 / 2,353 Views Happy end of January! We’ve already seen two revolutions: a new vaccine is in the third phase of testing and I got a new TV. In terms of video game releases, Hitman 3 was probably the most notable…
bubmag
January 29, 2021
Tories and Labour

Politicians react ahead of expected UK-EU Brexit trade deal

We are still waiting for that expected Brexit deal – it will need to be ratified by MPs, with hardline pro-Brexit Tories insisting they will scrutinise every detail. Labour though are likely to support it. Share on FacebookShare Share on TwitterTweet Share on WhatsAppSend Share on WhatsAppSend Share on WhatsAppEmail…
bubmag
December 27, 2020
Tories and Labour

Canada needs independent media now more than ever

Dear reader,  As we near the end of 2020, I find myself reflecting on how dramatically our lives have changed in a matter of months. The many challenges we have shared have highlighted what we value, and what needs to change for the good of our collective well-being.   2021 will…
bubmag
December 22, 2020
Tories and Labour

Books of the Week: A Promised Land, Oh Happy Day, Olga

Barack Obama delivers “frank confessions of his uncertainties and doubts” in an account of his rise to power and the beginning of his presidency. Australian-born Carmen Callil challenges Britain’s “snotty imperial delusions” in a sweeping and heartfelt family memoir. And Bernhard Schlink, author of The Reader, creates another “study of…
bubmag
December 4, 2020