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.Why is it so difficult to reach an agreement on education in Spain? “Different ways of
perceiving society and life come into play.   The Lomloe, popularly known as the “Celaá
law” after Education Minister Isabel Celaá, was approved on Thursday inside a divided
lower house of parliament with 177 votes in favor, 148 against and 17 abstentions.  

Regional governments must aim to reduce the environmental impact of education
centers and create “safe paths to school” to allow students to walk to school.

The Spanish Constitutional Court on Thursday upheld most of the Public Safety law,
popularly known as the “gag law,” including the immediate removal of migrants who try
to enter Spanish territory by crossing the border fence in Spain’s North African exclave
cities, Ceuta and Melilla.    
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“As soon as school returns, we’ll all be confined again within two weeks.” That was the
common refrain among neighbors, work colleagues and parents in Spain as the country
gradually lifted its strict coronavirus restrictions.


Other experts believe there may be another reason why the coronavirus incidence rate
in schools is relatively so low: children have a much higher likelihood of being
asymptomatic than adults.
  
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In the UK ….Britain's most senior police officer  said she has 'no interest in interrupting
family Christmas dinners' to catch coronavirus rule-breakers as Matt Hancock
suggested people will still be banned from hugging their relatives.


A nurse clocked speeding by the same camera on five separate occasions has been let
off a driving ban because she treats coronavirus patients on ventilators.  .

A sexual predator thought to be one of Britain's worst child abusers after he admitted
96 sexual offences against 51 boys may have thousands of victims around the world,
an investigation has revealed.     
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In an unprecedented audit.
..... £81million in aid has been sent to China to help fund
schemes such as rice production and opera. The findings are part of a joint
investigation with the TaxPayers' Alliance and relates mostly to 2019-20.