Sainsbury’s Asks Staff To Hold Off On Christmas Party’s

Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has asked staff to consider delaying their Christmas party’s until early in the new year. The company said today that it is concerned about the emergence of the omicron covid-19 variant. According to the BBC this lunchtime: The supermarket said the situation was “very delicate”, adding “we need to do everything we […]

Man Faces Federal Charges For Selling Fake Vaccine Cards

Those of you who said that you would attempt to acquire a fake vaccine passport in order to be able to avoid the jab and still be able to travel, might want to think again. Amar Shabazz from Maryland in the US, faces federal charges for distributing as many as 600 fake vaccine cards. According […]

Irish Education Department Rethinks Primary School Mask Rules

Ireland’s Department Of Education has rolled back on a controversial instruction to schools last week that would have seen children refused entry to classes if they refused to wear a facemask without a medical reason. According to Ireland’s national broadcaster RTÉ: In fresh guidance sent this morning, the department has told schools that “it is […]

10,000 Hospital Beds Occupied By Elderly Folks Who Can’t Go Home

NHS leaders have said that around 10,000 hospital beds are currently occupied by senior citizens who are ready to go home but cannot be discharged. This is due to a lack of available care workers to look after them at home. Regular Richie Allen Show listeners will note that I interviewed nurses and care workers […]