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Caribbean Americans join hundreds protesting immigration policy

Caribbean Americans join hundreds protesting immigration policy

first_imgSource: Rep Wilson’s Twitter page Though not as much as some would have wanted to see, several Caribbean-American residents were among hundreds protesting the Trump administration’s immigration policy in Fort Lauderdale and Homesteaded in South Miami-Dade over the past weekend.It has been estimated that out of a crowd of some 350 people protesting outside the federal courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, approximately 30 were identified as Caribbean-Americans. Some 90 percent of the protestors were identified as White. Caribbean-American immigration attorney, Dahlia Walker-Huntington, said, she was initially disappointed seeing “just a handful of Caribbean-Americans.”“After all, we are an immigrant community and the immigration policies do affect our community one way or the other,” she added.However, Walker-Huntington said on speaking with several of the White protestors, she was pleased to realize that “they empathized strongly with the immigrant communities, including Hispanics and Caribbean-Americans, and through their protests, are demanding change.” Caribbean American elected officialsThe Caribbean-American community was ably represented at three protests by several elected officials including, Florida Representative Barrington Russel; Broward Commissioner Dale Holness; and City of Lauderdale Lake Mayor Hazelle Rogers,Protestors carried posters and banners protesting separating children from families caught crossing the US borders illegally; the ending of TPS for thousands of immigrants from Haiti, Africa and Central America nations; and other aspects of the Trump administration’s anti-immigration policy.Addressed by Congressional repsThe protestors were addressed by several Democratic-elected officials, including U.S. Reps Ted Deutch of Boca Raton, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Tallahassee Mayor and Florida gubernatorial candidate, Andrew Gillum.Protestors loudly punctuated the speeches with shouts of “Shame On You” and “Don’t Separate Babies.”One protestor wore a khaki shirt with the words: “I Really Do Care, Do You?” on the back, clearly mimicking the words, “I Don’t Care, Do You?” written on the back of the jacket First Lady Melania Trump on board Air Force One as she travelled to Texas to visit migrant children detained and separated from their parents. Protesters in Homestead marchOn Saturday evening in Homestead, according to Ruddy Scarlett, a Caribbean-American resident of West Kendall, there were some 60 Caribbean-Americans among the crowd of some 500 protestors who marched to the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children, which is housing about 1,200 migrant children, including 70 recently separated from their parents at the border.Marchers, many accompanied by their own children, also carried banners protesting the Trump immigration policy and chanted “Shame on You,” “No Hate, No Fear,” and “Immigrants Are Welcome Here.” Some protestors left stuffed animals outside the shelter.Late last week, Wasserman-Schultz and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Florida, were denied entry to the shelter but along with Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, D-Miami Gardens, were permitted to tour the facility before the protest march. Children treated wellWasserman-Schultz told reporters that the children were being treated well but wondered if they were being treated as well on the day she and the other officials were denied entry. She also told the Miami Herald that two other shelters in Miami-Dade County were housing young children who were 5 and younger. Those shelters were His House Children’s Home in Miami Gardens and Catholic Charities’ Msgr. Bryan Walsh Children’s Village, formerly known as Boys Town, in Cutler Bay.last_img read more

Masked Crusaders Join Covid-19 fight

Masked Crusaders Join Covid-19 fight

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInAs the fight against Covid-19 escalated, PPE issues for families and friends led to a number of staff in Dumfries and Galloway schools considering if they could produce face visors, using laser cutters and 3D printers.Technical teacher Kirsteen Hogg discussed the possibility with Douglas Ewart High School headteacher George Webb.A number of primary and secondary schools in the Stewartry and Wigtown areas are now working with materials provided by local businesses and the community to produce hundreds of visors.Kirsteen said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the generosity of local businesses and the community, who have donated materials. We’ve produced hundreds of visors and we hope to produce hundreds more. So, we continue to seek donations of appropriate material. The visors are being used by key workers such as NHS staff, carers, shop assistants, and bus drivers. We have 20 volunteer workers at the Douglas Ewart High School and being able to fulfil this need makes us all very proud. The volunteers producing the masks include teaching and non-teaching staff and more are coming to join us each day, to either produce or deliver them. We are, of course, observing social distance guidance and complying with health and safety legislation.”Volunteer teams are also making face visors at Wallace Hall Academy and Dumfries Academy, which has already produced more than 700 face shields. 200 have been despatched to NHS Dumfries and Galloway, the remainder have gone to local carers and care homes.last_img read more

Cruise ship captain commends Dominica for natural beauty

Cruise ship captain commends Dominica for natural beauty

first_img Tweet 369 Views   one comment Share Share Sharing is caring!center_img Captain of Mein Schiff 5, Kjell Holm has commended Dominica for keeping the island natural and un-spoilt unlike some other destinations.MV Mein Schiff 5 of TUI Cruises made its first of thirteen calls to Dominica for the 2016/2017 cruise ship season at the Roseau Cruise Ship Berth on Sunday 20 November 2016. To mark the ship’s inaugural call, a welcome ceremony to include plaque exchange was held aboard the ship. That ceremony included Tourism Minister, Senator Robert Tonge; Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Denise Edwards; Hans Victor of H. H V Whitchurch & Company, the ship’s agent; Kathleen Cuffy Jno-Jules of the Discover Dominica Authority among others.Captain Holm, who has visited Dominica on several occasions on previous Mein Schiff vessels, said he calls here “the Garden Island of the Caribbean” and his favorite attraction site is the Champagne Beach.“It is a beautiful place, the nature is amazing, you mentioned all these waterfalls and so it’s just a fantastic island and I know our guests will enjoy it,” he said.“One thing which I really admire you for is that this has not become another St. Martin, you keep this place a natural island, it’s not overcrowded. You have tourists but it’s kept under control, not becoming too much,” Captain Holm explained.“That’s why you still have this, this nature and this wonderful island here as it is, as a natural island. I call this the real Caribbean, the way it used to be. So thank you very much for this wonderful welcome and thank you for the nice weather,” he continued.The 99,800-ton Mein Schiff 5 is the third among the newest cruise ships of the line. Mein Schiff 5 vessel has 5 sister ships from the same series –Mein Schiff 3 (2014), Mein Schiff 4 (2015). The ship has a passenger capacity of 2700 and 1000 crew. Mein Schiff 5 measures 293 meters and has a gross tonnage of 99,800. A total of one hundred and seventy three (173) cruise calls are projected for the cruise season. This translates to approximately 313,600 passengers. Additionally, Dominica will welcome nine (9) new cruise ships, three of which have already visited.– / 52 Share LocalNews Cruise ship captain commends Dominica for natural beauty by: Dominica Vibes News – November 21, 2016last_img read more

Gut microbes and milk compounds tackle childhood malnutrition

Gut microbes and milk compounds tackle childhood malnutrition

first_imgThe “forests” of microbes that naturally grow in babies’ guts are increasingly recognized as key players in childhood health and nutrition. In two newly published studies, research teams led by Washington University – St. Louis, in collaboration with University of California – Davis (UC Davis) scientists, demonstrate that gut microbes can contribute to or prevent impaired growth and that specific sugar compounds found in milk can help promote growth by nourishing gut microbes.advertisementadvertisementOne study suggests that there may be opportunity for the dairy industry to play an important role in helping to develop novel foods and therapies.Results from the two studies offer hope for reducing malnutrition, which each year kills 3.1 million children globally, accounts for 45 percent of deaths among children under age 5 and robs millions of the surviving children of their physical and intellectual potential.Now appearing in Science and CellIn one of the new studies, scientists found evidence that impaired “maturation” of babies’ gut microbe communities can directly contribute to poor growth. Their findings were reported Feb. 19 in the journal Science.In the other study, researchers demonstrated that certain complex sugar compounds found in human milk, and to a lesser extent in cow’s milk, nourish health-promoting gut microbes and may be important ingredients for future therapies. The findings of that study appeared Feb. 19 in the journal Cell.Both studies were led by acclaimed gut-microbiome researcher Jeffrey I. Gordon of the University of Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis. The studies involved germ-free mice and piglets as research models.advertisement“This research provides a microbial view of human development and suggests potential new therapies for malnutrition that target gut microbes in order to promote healthy growth,” said Gordon, the Dr. Robert J. Glaser Distinguished University Professor and director of Washington University’s Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology.“Current ‘ready-to-use’ therapeutic foods have reduced mortality from malnutrition, but these children continue to show lingering long-term effects, including stunted growth, impaired neurodevelopment and dysfunctional immune systems,” Gordon said.Maturity of infant gut microbe communitiesThe study published in Science built upon earlier findings, which showed that undernourished children have immature, underdeveloped microbiota, or communities of microbes, in their guts.To examine the relationship between underdeveloped microbiota and growth, the researchers transferred microbes from either healthy or undernourished 6- and 18-month-old children into germ-free mice, which had been specially raised to have no preexisting gut microbes of their own. The mice were then fed diets that mirrored the diets of either the healthy or undernourished children.The researchers found that mice that received microbes from undernourished children developed impaired growth patterns, similar to those seen in the undernourished children, even though there was no significant difference in food consumption between the groups.Furthermore, researchers found that when mice from both groups were housed together and had the opportunity to pick up microbes from each other, they soon developed similar collections of microbes in their guts. The researchers found that the microbes that originated in healthy children seemed to correct abnormal growth patterns in mice that had first received microbes from undernourished children.advertisementThe researchers also found that the collection of microbes derived from 6-month-old children had a greater impact on growth than microbes from 18-month-old children.“The findings clearly indicate that the proper development of the gut microbiota is important for normal growth,” said study co-author Kathryn Dewey, UC Davis distinguished professor of nutrition. Dewey coordinates an international research consortium focused on improving maternal and infant nutrition in Africa.A solution to stunting found in cow’s milk?In the study reported in the journal Cell, the researchers explored the connection between infant undernutrition and certain oligosaccharides, which are sugar compounds found in human breast milk and at much lower levels in cow’s milk.They found that a specific type of these compounds, called sialylated milk sugars, are present at lower levels in the breast milk of mothers of undernourished, stunted children than in the breast milk of mothers of healthy children.To explore that correlation, the researchers transferred gut microbes from a stunted and underweight infant into germ-free mice and also into germ-free piglets. Then they fed a diet that was supplemented with oligosaccharides derived from cow’s milk to the germ-free mice and germ-free piglets.The results demonstrated that the sugar from cow’s milk improved growth and healthy metabolic processes in the mice and pigs that had received the malnourished infant’s gut microbes.“In short, the study demonstrated that these specific complex milk sugars nourish the infant gut microbes introduced to the mouse and pig models, leading to improvements in a number of factors associated with growth and health,” said the study’s co-author David Mills, a professor of food science and technology at UC Davis.Partnering with cheesemakerOligosaccharides derived from cow’s milk for this study were provided by Hilmar Cheese Company. Hilmar’s cheese-processing facility in Merced County, California, has the technical capacity and expertise to separate the oligosaccharides from whey, a valuable by-product of the cheese-making process.“This is a wonderful example of the dairy industry serving as a hands-on partner with UC Davis researchers to make these high-end milk by-products available for research,” said Mills.“The particular excitement about this approach is the rapid nature by which this technology can be translated into novel foods and therapies, given the potentially massive oligosaccharide streams available for capture from the dairy industry worldwide,” he said.Tedd Struckmeyer, a study co-author and Hilmar Cheese Company’s vice president of engineering, noted that the study results are intriguing.“We are delighted to contribute our expertise in milk fractionation. Our innovation focus is on making more from milk and looking for unique milk properties that can be used to improve human nutrition,” Struckmeyer said. “We hope these studies stimulate further research funding to advance the understanding and availability of beneficial products.”  PD—From University of California – Davis news releaselast_img read more

Ceres draws with JPV in PFL

Ceres draws with JPV in PFL

first_imgJPV turned aggressive in the second half and quickly seized the advantage in the 53rd minute as Ryuki Kozawa outpaced Ceres’ goalkeeper Toni Doblas to slot the ball from far post.Ceres had multiple missed shots since then but forced a deadlock in the 70th minute after a clearance found its way to Joshua Dutosme, who sent the ball back in the box and found Patrick Reichelt for a free header.Ceres had a chance to snatch lead after that with attempts from Manuel Ott and Uesato but failed to have a decent shot due to JPV’s tight defense.The action was halted late in the game when Ott was stretchered off the stadium while grimacing in pain.The Philippine Azkals mainstay was hit by a wayward elbow from a throw-in, forcing him to walk out of play.“Nobody protects all the players. Nobody cares. Today one player is in hospital and we’re really worried (with) what’s going on. I’m sorry I cannot talk about football in this situation. Football is second place now,” said Ceres mentor Risto Vidakovic./PN Ceres Negros’ Stephan Schrock falls on a JPV Marikina player as he tries to reach for the ball. CERES NEGROS FC MANILA – Ceres Negros tightened its grip of the top spot in the 2018 Philippines Football League after its match against JPV Marikina ended in a 1-1 draw at the Biñan Football Stadium in Laguna.The Busmen – the defending champions – were still No. 1 with 25 points on eight wins, one draw and one defeat.JPV moved up to fourth place with 10 points on three wins, one draw and seven losses after the Saturday night game.Both teams had their chances in the opening half. Ceres’ Stephan Schrock and Takumi Uesato misfired while Allen Angeles missed an attempt for JPV.last_img read more

Sabuk Pengaman Ternyata Sudah Ada Sejak 1800-an

Sabuk Pengaman Ternyata Sudah Ada Sejak 1800-an

first_imgNaik mobil, taksi dan pesawat penumpang wajib mengenakan sabuk pengaman dalam perjalanan. Bila di pesawat untuk menghindarkan penumpang dari kecelakaan yang diakibatkan turbulensi dan di kendaraan beroda empat seperti mobil atau taksi dari kecelakaan kendaraan.Baca juga: Hanya 12,3 Persen Masyarakat UEA Gunakan Sabuk Pengaman di Kursi BelakangDengan adanya sabuk pengaman ini, pengemudi dan penumpang bisa lebih aman ketika kecelakaan terjadi. Bahkan untuk menyelamatkan nyawa dan mengurangi cedera akibat tabrakan sekitar 53-59 persen. Nah, setelah tahu bahwa sabuk pengaman bisa membantu menghindarkan cedera dan menyelamatkan nyawa, sebenarnya sejak kapan sabuk pengaman ada dan bagaimana sejarahnya? KabarPenumpang.com merangkum laman defensivedriving.com, sabuk pengaman awalnya ditemukan oleh George Cayley pada 1800-an akhir.Insinyur asal Inggris ini menciptakan sabuk pengaman untuk membantu menjaga pilot tetap berada di dalam pesawat mereka. Tetapi kemudian sabuk pengaman yang dipatenkan pertama kali dibuat oleh orang Amerika yakni Edward J Clanghorn pada 10 Februari 1885.Kehadiran sabuk pengaman buatan Edward adalah untuk membuat pelancong aman ketika naik taksi di kota New York. Seiring berjalannya waktu, sabuk pengaman perlahan hadir di mobil-mobil untuk membantu pengemudi dan penumpang aman di jok mereka saat berkendara.Kemudian tahun 1930-an beberapa dokter Amerika Serikat mulai menguji sabuk pengaman dan melihat dampak yang ditimbulkannya serta kemudian mendesak para produsen mobil menghadirkan sabuk pengaman di semua mobil. Bahkan tahun 1945, Sport Car Club of Amerika mewajibkan pengemudi untuk mengenakan sabuk pengaman mereka selama kompetisi.Bisa dikatakan, pengemudi mobil balap adalah orang pertama yang benar-benar mengenakan sabuk pengaman untuk membantu melindungi mereka dari cidera internal yang serius. Tahun 1955 Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) menunjuk Komite Sabuk Pengaman Kendaraan Bermotor.Hingga akhirnya di tahun 1958 ditemukan sabuk pengaman tiga titik oleh insinyur Swedia Nils Bohlin. Sampai sebelum sabuk pengaman tiga titik ditemukan, pengguna mobil menggunakan sabuk pengaman dua titik yang diikat di seluruh tubuh.Kemudian, kehadiran Bohlin direkrut oleh Volvo dan merancang sabuk pengaman tersebut. Desain tiga titik ini diciptakan untuk membantu mengamankan tubuh bagian atas dan bawah lebih baik lagi dimana desainnya terbilang sederhana namum efektif sehingga pabrikan mobil lainnya meminjam desain tersebut.Bohin, pencipta sabuk pengaman tiga titik meninggal tahun 2002 silam dan berkat rancangannya tersebut Volvo memperkirakan sabuk pengaman sudah menyelamatkan lebih dari satu juta jiwa dalam empat dekade sejak dikenalkan. Setelah gaung tentang manfaat sabuk keselamatan tersebar luas di publik Amerika Serikat, hal ini kemudian membuat penjualannya meroket.Beberapa perusahaan mobil menawarkan sabuk pengaman sebagai peralatan opsional dan ini dijual di pompa bensin lokal. Kendaraan Amerika sejak 1966 mengharuskan adanya sabuk pengaman di mobil dan tahun 1975 sebagian besar negara dunia memiliki syarat sabuk pengaman di mobil mereka.Undang-undang sabuk pengaman pertama muncul tahun 1970 di Victoria, Australia yang mana mengharuskan penumpang menggunakan sabuk pengaman setiap dalam perjalanan. Sedangkan Amerika Serikat, undang-undang sabuk pengaman muncul saat adanya Undang-Undang Keselamatan Lalu Lintas Nasional dan Kendaraan Bermotor tahun 1966.Meskipun mereka diharuskan oleh hukum untuk berada di mobil, mengenakan sabuk pengaman adalah cerita yang berbeda. Dewan Iklan Nasional menjalankan iklan yang tak terhitung jumlahnya selama 25 tahun plus mendorong pengemudi untuk “Buckle Up.” Negara perlahan mulai menerapkan undang-undang dan pada 1995, setiap negara bagian kecuali New Hampshire memiliki undang-undang “Klik atau Tilang”. Saat ini, semua negara bagian memiliki sabuk pengaman yang menegakkan hukum.Baca juga: Ternyata, Sabuk Pengaman Lindungi Anda dari Lima ArahTahun 2001, Ford mendemonstrasikan sabuk pengaman tiupnya, sabuk bahu berisi airbag akan segera mengembang ketika mobil mengalami tabrakan. Pabrikan mobil lain mencari untuk membuat sabuk pengaman lebih nyaman dan nyaman untuk pengemudi.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedHanya 12,3 Persen Masyarakat UEA Gunakan Sabuk Pengaman di Kursi Belakang24/02/2019In “Darat”Sabuk Pengaman Model “V,” Lambang Supremasi Teknologi Volvo25/08/2019In “Darat”Ternyata, Sabuk Pengaman Lindungi Anda dari Lima Arah21/07/2017In “Darat”last_img read more

Mouratoglou, Serena’s coach advises Nadal on Federer

Mouratoglou, Serena’s coach advises Nadal on Federer

first_imgFrenchman Patrick Mouratoglou, who is the coach of Serena Williams, has advised Rafael Nadal on how to beat his age-long rival Roger Federer.The Spaniard has made the finals at three – Australian Open, Telcel Open and the Miami Masters – of the five tournaments he has played in 2017, but is yet to win a title. And, for most part, it is because of Roger Federer. Nadal lost to his long-time rival in Australia and Miami, while also losing to him in the fourth round at Indian Wells.Mouratoglou believes Nadal is losing to Federer  because the 18-time Grand Slam champion has  changed approach while playing the Spaniard.Rafael Nadal made a strong start to the 2017 season after coming back from an injury-plagued 2016 campaign, which saw him prematurely end his season in October owing to a wrist injury.The Swiss ace is also coming back from a six-month injury absence and has made his best start to a season since 2006. He is currently on a 19-1 win-loss run, which include three titles – Australian Open, BNP Paribas Masters and most recently, the Miami Masters.Nadal holds a 23-14 advantage in their head-to-head comparison, but Federer has won the last four meetings between the two, something he has done for the first time since their rivalry began 13 years ago.The French coach believes the only way for Nadal to turn the tide before the end of the season is to win titles, at least in the absence of Federer.Federer has pulled out of the upcoming clay court tournaments at Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Madrid and Rome.Mouratoglou believes it is a good chance for the 14-time Grand Slam champion to pick up a few titles before French Open (22 May – 11 June) when both players will again be involved in the same tournament.“Nadal needs to rebuild his confidence against Roger. And in order to do it, he needs to win titles. There is no reason to think that Nadal can’t change the dynamic,” Mouratoglou said, as quoted by tennisworldusa.org.“Rafa is always Rafa. At the Roland Garros he can still have his advantage towards Federer and until that tournament he would have already won a few titles on clay. But that’s not enough, if he won’t correct the defects of this season, not only against Federer, but also against Djokovic and Murray,” the Frenchman added.last_img read more

Above Average Temps Beat Previous Warm Stretch

Above Average Temps Beat Previous Warm Stretch

first_imgThe lowest temperature for Soldotna in 2014 was February 12, at -13 degrees F and Kenai’s was February 11 and 12 with both of those days getting down to -5 degrees F. Wegman: “Well the pattern so far, first of all we’ve had the Bering Sea water temperatures have generally been above average for the first time this winter, whereas the last seven or eight years they’ve been below average. So when you have warmer than normal water temperatures that’s able to warm up the air above it so generally just warmer air in the vicinity of southcentral Alaska has been allowing for generally warmer temperatures.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享As of November 30, the Kenai Peninsula’s warm winter has beat the previous record for days with temperatures above zero. We asked him what is creating these warm winter temperatures.center_img Joe Wegman with NOAA said the records are kept by the month but as of November 30, Soldotna has had 266 above zero and Kenai is at 319. Soldotna’s second longest above zero stretch was from April 1-November 3, 2009 with 216 days and Kenai’s was 300 days from February 17- December 13, 1983.last_img read more

Nikiski Marijuana Cultivator Weeks From First Commercial Harvest

Nikiski Marijuana Cultivator Weeks From First Commercial Harvest

first_imgPhelps: “I’m hoping by Christmas and I’m not sure where yet. We have a couple facilities that are hoping to open here by then. One of them is Red Run Cannabis Company and the other is High Bush Buds. Hopefully we can sell locally. If they’re not open, there’s a couple other retailers we’ve spoken with across the state. We’ll play that out as it comes along.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享As Alaska’s new marijuana industry gets on its feet, local cultivators are preparing for harvest. Dolly Phelps of Peace Frog Botanicals in Nikiski says the business passed their state inspection earlier this month… We asked Phelps when and where her products will be on retail store shelves… Phelps: “The business is up and running. We are almost at full capacity. We’ve got a couple more tables to fill. Things are going nicely, we’re doing a two week rotation, so once we are at full capacity we’ll be harvesting every two weeks and the first harvest should be in December.” Phelps says she’ll be watching this week’s meeting of the Marijuana Control Board closely, as the state continues to work on commercial marijuana regulations.last_img read more

BBL Statement: Coronavirus update

BBL Statement: Coronavirus update

first_imgIn a statement released on Wednesday, April 22nd, Andy Webb, COO of the BBL said: “With the 2019/20 season currently postponed due to the on-going measures in place to help combat Covid-19, the British Basketball League (BBL) is holding weekly Board meetings online, to determine the best strategies for sustaining the league and our clubs through these extraordinary times, and how and when we might restart competitions.”These discussions include how we might finish the 2019/20 season, and prepare for next season.”In addition, weekly meetings are being held with clubs, to review proposals from the Board, to share best practice, and covering a wide range of issues arising out of the impact of the crisis.”Although there is currently much uncertainty, the BBL’s member clubs are discussing some specific potential options to allow an effective and safe return to action.”They are likely to come to a view over the next number of weeks, as clarity comes from Government on what will be allowable, and when, and on what terms.”The main options being discussed are:Completing the 2019/20 season prior to commencing the 2020/21 seasonWriting off the 2019/20 season and amending the structure and format of the 2020/21 season”The BBL can assure all its fans that at the heart of our discussions, is the health and wellbeing at our clubs for their players and supporters, alongside any impact on their sponsors and partners, as well as the impact on BBL and its sponsors.”The BBL is also staying in close contact with other leagues both in the UK and overseas, whilst being mindful that local conditions will vary considerably and we will be significantly impacted by our own Government’s guidelines.”The BBL would like to thank all our partners, supporters, and clubs for their patience and understanding at this time and hope all stay safe and well.”last_img read more