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The Hill 29 Oct 2019

Author sounds the alarm: Flint is just the tip of the iceberg, the EPA is asleep at the switch

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Author and activist Seth Siegel discusses the threat of a water emergency that could be even worse than the Flint Water Crisis.


Labour Shadow Cabinet Office Minister Rachel Reeves says the government have "failed in the commitments" made to parents and the country to bring all primary school pupils back before the end of the summer term.

"Frankly, I don't know what the education secretary has been doing for the last three months," she told Sky's Sophy Ridge.

She has accused ministers of being "asleep at the wheel" and says the government is trying to blame others for their "failure".
Towel Hamlets in east London is one of the UK's poorest boroughs and it has been hit particularly hard by coronavirus.

Staff at the Royal London Hospital, which serves a large South Asian community, are under huge pressure.

Huw Edwards presents the latest BBC News at Ten special report from the hospital, from Clive Myrie, producer Sam Piranty and cameraman David McIlveen.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that the state has now confirmed 137 cases of a rare illness in children connected to COVID-19. Cuomo said he believes the state's discovery is just the "tip of the iceberg" for the illness known as Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (PMIS) or Multisystem Inflammatory Illness in Children (MIS-C). Watch his remarks.
Authorities are pointing fingers at the far right and far left as domestic terrorism becomes more partisan in the United States.

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