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An evening with Vee Kativhu and Malala Yousafzai: Join in person or online | The Guardian MembersIn March, join education activist VeeKativhu as she chats to Malala live from Kings Place in London. The inspiring pair will discuss the importance of education, equal opportunity, and how young people can change the world. guardianlive tickets here:

An evening with Vee Kativhu and Malala Yousafzai: Join in person or online | The Guardian MembersIn March, join education activist VeeKativhu as she chats to Malala live from Kings Place in London. The inspiring pair will discuss the importance of education, equal opportunity, and how young people can change the world. guardianlive tickets here:

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Supermarkets still want shoppers to wear masks, despite end of Plan B Covid rules😷Supermarkets will ask the public to keep wearing masks, despite Plan B rules being lifted by the Government Only works if they enforce it. Sadly we will always have those that find putting a mask on simply too challenging and will winge about the tyranny they now suffer or some such nonsense. And some of us will ignore them What harm can it do?

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Man who wore ‘Camp Auschwitz’ shirt admits joining US Capitol riotersRobert Keith Packer of Virginia pleads guilty to parading, demonstrating or picketing in Capitol building Straight out of extreme-far-right-of-central casting

in 10 Downing Street during the strictest Covid restrictions are appearing almost daily.Education activist Vee Kativhu and Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai Photograph: Guardian Live Education activist Vee Kativhu will discuss her new book, Empowered, with fellow activist Malala Yousafzai, live from Kings Place in London.Education activist Vee Kativhu and Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai Photograph: Guardian Live Education activist Vee Kativhu will discuss her new book, Empowered, with fellow activist Malala Yousafzai, live from Kings Place in London.Drink-drive crash victim wins £1,700,000 after being accused of faking disabilities ‘If they see people do it they need to challenge it and if they don’t feel safe or confident doing that then they need to challenge somebody else.

Just as the Metropolitan Police finally announced a criminal investigation into the lockdown parties, new of Islamophobia have led to another Cabinet Office inquiry. What do two of the Guardian’s best-loved political commentators make of the snowballing political crisis at No 10? Hyde and Crace will join the Guardian’s political editor, Heather Stewart live onstage from Kings Place in London to share their insights into the latest developments in Westminster, and to answer some of your questions. Through her organisation, Empowered By Vee, she works to bridge the gap between academic ability and self-belief. You can join this event in-person, or via the livestream. In her new book, Empowered, Vee draws on the obstacles she has overcome in her own life to inspire and empower other young people. Tickets are £25 to attend the event, or £7 to watch it online. Malala Yousafzai Malala Fund and fellow Oxford Graduate is also committed to empowering young women through championing girls’ education. See tickets for further details. In cases where someone spikes a friend ‘for a laugh’, they’re more likely to slip an extra shot into their drink than some other kind of drug (Picture: Shutterstock) Cases will vary, but Harwin, who is also Deputy Chief Constable for Lincolnshire Police, says drugs like GHB are usually used to commit other offences.

Running time: 60 minutes Closed captions will be available for this event. Join these two inspiring activists, as they talk about the importance of education, equal access and opportunity, and how young people can change the world. Join these two inspiring activists, as they talk about the importance of education, equal access and opportunity, and how young people can change the world. This event will be hosted on a third-party live streaming platform Notified, please refer to their .