The last year has turned the working lives of millions of people across the country upside-down. Unemployment levels have reached their highest for nearly five years and thousands of people are still on furlough, while others have been seemingly left high and dry in terms of financial support from the Government. The situation is gloomy, but there are pockets of entrepreneurial spirit and gritty determination sprouting up all over Britain, with start-ups being led by people who've undergone radical career shifts in recent months. This is Money spoke exclusively to two people, Matt O'Crowley and Lena Bond, who have experienced fairly extreme career changes during the Covid outbreak. Matt O'Crowley, 37, from Shropshire, has certainly had a fairly radical career shift during lockdown.
Speed Dating in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, United Kingdom
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This article was first published on Lib Dem Voice. The scenes on Clapham Common last night as the police broke up the vigil for Sarah Everard were a disgrace and undermine the fundamental principle of policing by consent. It was not a protest. It was a statement of solidarity with a woman who had been abducted from the streets of London and murdered. It was a declaration that women should be safe on the streets. Lib Dem Voice editor Caron Lindsay told of her personal experiences yesterday.
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Historians place the past in context using historical sources such as written documents, oral accounts, ecological markers, and material objects including art and artifacts. History also includes the academic discipline which uses narrative to describe, examine, question, and analyze a sequence of past events, and investigate the patterns of cause and effect that are related to them. They often debate which narrative best explains an event, as well as the significance of different causes and effects. Historians also debate the nature of history and its usefulness by discussing the study of the discipline as an end in itself and as a way of providing "perspective" on the problems of the present.
Although extremely fast, the very short range of the Ohka meant that it had to be carried into action as a parasite aircraft by a much larger bomber, which was itself vulnerable to carrier-borne fighters. In action during the Battle of Okinawa in , Ohkas were able to sink or damage some escort vessels and transport ships but no major warships were ever hit. Improved versions which attempted to overcome the aircraft's shortcomings were developed too late to be deployed. The Allied reporting name for the Ohka was "Baka". On release, the pilot would first glide towards the target and when close enough he would fire the Ohka ' s three solid-fuel rockets , one at a time or in unison,  and fly the missile towards the ship that he intended to destroy.