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Coronavirus: Moving back in with the parents

Image copyright Jen Image caption Jen and her two children are spending the lockdown with her parents It has been 15 years since Jen first moved out of her parents‘ house – but now because of coronavirus three generations are living under the same roof. The outbreak has seen many …

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Real Leaders Are Forged in Crisis

HBR Staff We’ve made our coronavirus coverage free for all readers. To get all of HBR’s content delivered to your inbox, sign up for the Daily Alert newsletter. We are living through a global health crisis with no modern-day precedent. What governments, corporations, hospitals, schools, and other organizations need now, …

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3 Women On The Joy Of Making Your Own Clothes

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”After the apprenticeship finished, I moved from London to Bristol to freelance as a costume designer. I landed on my feet when I found an amazing studio called the Bristol Textile Quarter: 10 fashion and textile artists working together in one big …

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Chidester: What parents teach us in crisis

“Fallin’ down isn’t hard, it’s the getting up we struggle with.” Some of you observed that I spoke of my parents in my last article yet focused on my mother the most. So, now it is time to give my dad his due. I have told you stories about my …

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Small businesses worry coronavirus loans ‘too risky’

Image copyright Shaun Francis “I’m 56-years-old, why would I take out a loan with little income when the economy might take a long time to come back?” Shaun Francis is one of many small business owners with concerns about the government’s coronavirus loan scheme. He told the BBC that taking …

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BBC launches daily educational shows to keep children studying

The BBC is launching a series of daily educational programmes designed to allow children to study key national curriculum topics while Britain’s schools are closed. The hurriedly pulled together programming has been developed with the help of the Department for Education and private educational providers, earning praise from government ministers …

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Ask Amy: Someone left a catty note for my parents

DEAR READERS: Because of syndication scheduling, I write and submit my columns two weeks in advance of publication. Due to this time lag, the QA will not reflect the latest information about the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic we are currently facing. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  DEAR AMY: “Queasy in …

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