Many men and women are unable to see without glasses. They are also unable to watch the TV without wearing the spectacles. If you are working more time with your computer, the muscle around and within the eye are overstrained and becomes weak. Sean Doyle, chief executive of British Airways (BA), has written to the Prime Minister warning that the uncertainty and ministers’ “mixed messages” over summer holidays are “troubling” not just for the UK’s 500,000 aviation workers but families denied contact with relatives. “Above all the economic arguments, let’s not forget that travel brings people joy something they have so sorely missed,” wrote Mr Doyle in the letter leaked from the company’s intranet. “After nearly a year of restrictions, during which the British people have made many personal sacrifices, denying them the chance of a summer holiday for a second year running is going to prolong their anguish.
Ryan said settlement workers and volunteers have worked to sift through and find the most relevant information for newcomers on financial benefits, health measures and virtual medical visits. More recently, the Atlantic Region Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies partnered with New Brunswick groups to create a vaccine information flyer in more than a dozen languages. “You get this amplification effect that happened to newcomers.” Justin Ryan, New Brunswick Multicultural Council Ryan said getting accessible information across has been essential to ease the already difficult experience of arriving in a new country amid a global pandemic.
As well as marking 60 years since the signature of the Treaty of Rome, 2017 will see the 10th Presidential election of France’s 5th Republic. The overlap between the question of Europe and the election to France’s highest office provides the framework for this article to explore the development of the European debate in France.Prior to 2012, and despite the increasing and undeniable salience of it for French domestic concerns, the question of Europe is widely considered to have been a secondary issue in Presidential elections. Focussing in particular on the period since the pivotal debate and referendum on the Maastricht Treaty and the intervening transition from ‘permissive consensus’ to ‘constraining dissensus’, this article will explain how and why Europe has seemingly defied logic to remain on the margins of successive election campaigns before presenting the 2012 Presidential elections as a game changer on how the question of Europe featured.