The Guardian

The Guardian 20 Oct 2019

On the ground with People's vote marchers: 'it's not done by a long way'


From morris dancers to a man dressed as death and everyone inbetween: the Guardian follows anti-Brexit protesters in London on Saturday as they march to demand a fresh referendum. Organisers of the march said the turnout was comparable to the previous second referendum rally six months ago, when a million people gathered in central London

Brazil's healthcare system is on the verge of collapse, according to its own managers. Many clinics are already too overwhelmed by coronavirus cases to take in any new patients. There are fears the country could become one of the world's COVID-19 pandemic hot spots. President Jair Bolsonaro still maintains it's a relatively minor disease and that broad social distancing measures are not needed. Bolsonaro is also facing a fresh blow to his political authority. Justice Minister Sergio Moro has resigned, accusing Bolsonaro of meddling with the police.
Kevin Garnett joins Rece Davis and former Boston Celtics teammate Paul Pierce to react to being inducted as a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2020.
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Farm workers are among the essential workers who continue their work to keep the food business flowing despite strict lockdown measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are taking great risks... exposing both themselves and their families. And yet, many do not even benefit from some of the most basic labor rights. Our correspondent Ediz Tiyansan reports from Oxnard in Southern California.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Moon joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman on First Take to discuss Dak Prescott's ongoing contract negotiation with the Dallas Cowboys and Tom Brady leaving the New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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