On shift in an East London hospital.— Dr Rosena Allin-Khan 💙 (@DrRosena) January 18, 2021
On one floor there is hope. Hope of the vaccine rollout.
On another floor there is horror. Horror of Covid, tearing families apart.
Please. Help us help you by staying home and keeping safe. pic.twitter.com/qNeVByx9Yd
Yesterday, over 1 million @Fenerbahce fans followed @MesutOzil1088’s flight from London to Istanbul. At peak, over 300,000 people were following the flight at the same time. https://t.co/O2XjKDO5MT pic.twitter.com/WlQvFeZkx4— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) January 18, 2021
If you feel sceptical about the severity of Covid, or whether our hospital really are overwhelmed, or you just don’t know what to believe any more, please watch this short film from inside London’s Royal London Hospital. It’s remarkable. https://t.co/2dYqv3KNFd— Rachel Clarke (@doctor_oxford) January 19, 2021
This giant blimp depicting Trump as a diaper-clad baby followed the outgoing US President on his visits to London and symbolized international opposition to his administration. Now, a British museum has acquired the blimp, securing its place in history. https://t.co/RuD0KS5seA— CNN (@CNN) January 18, 2021
An art project that turned the U.S.-Mexico border wall into temporary see-saws — inviting kids on each side to play together — has won the London's Design Museum award for best design of 2020.https://t.co/IGAqYrA05O— NPR (@NPR) January 20, 2021
🔴 @MarcusRashford has scored in his last two #PL appearances in London— Premier League (@premierleague) January 20, 2021
The last Red Devils player to score in three consecutive league matches in the capital was Wayne Rooney in November 2014#FULMUN pic.twitter.com/dUayawj3v9
A giant blimp depicting Donald Trump as a diaper-clad baby, which followed Trump on his visits to London and symbolized international opposition to his administration, has secured its place in history after being acquired by a British museum. https://t.co/naQILUFcIx— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 19, 2021
Please can I appeal to you to spend just 6 mins today watching this extraordinary BBC film from the Royal London?— Rachel Clarke (@doctor_oxford) January 20, 2021
It is everything. It’s the pain, the striving, the NHS grit, the intubated twentysomethings, the “conveyor belt of dying”.
Please watch 🙏https://t.co/BLdEsAu5aQ