“It’s just as likely, or maybe even more likely, it’s sold to someone who’s got a Nazi shrine in their basement and lots of money to fill it,” he said. “And that’s a concern because we know that right wing politics are on the rise right now. And this sort of historical stuff is highly in demand.
College leaders called the latest legal battle a significant victory that showed their power when they unite. But they already see other skirmishes on the horizon. The administration has signaled that it wants to limit a program that lets foreign students work up to one year during college or after graduation, or up to three years for those in science and technology fields.
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Greater Manchester’s mayor Andy Burnham, who has been among those campaigning for that data to be shared, called it a ‘major breakthrough’ in the region’s ability to tackle the disease.However the announcement comes nearly a week after Mr Hancock told MPs that patient identifiable data was already being provided to councils, despite insistence from local officials and mayors that this was not the case.Questioned in the House of Commons this afternoon, the health secretary again insisted that his department had been providing ‘patient identifiable information based on postcode level testing’ before today. Tonight stressed identifiable and level were not the same thing.While the number of people testing positive in a given postcode area had indeed been provided to councils over the past few weeks, they said, that could still mean hundreds of people.”What are we supposed to do?” they said of any attempt to identify who those individuals were. “Door knock until we find the right person?”Officials privately expressed relief at the government’s move this afternoon, however, as it will mean they can start to monitor precisely where the virus is spreading, as would normally be the case with similar diseases.Read MoreOver the weekend it emerged that in Rochdale, Oldham and Manchester, that system was failing to track down most close contacts.