Opinion | I’m a Doctor in Britain. We’re Heading Into the Abyss.
How many people will die because we’ve been working on the brink of collapse for too long?
Read in The New York Times: https://apple.news/Aqf0ORdg1Q5evEfiTwVXFHA
Shared from Apple News
“In response to a student seeking a placement, an email reportedly seen by the Architects’ Journal outlines several conditions of an internship, including no pay, a six-day working week and office hours that run from 11am until midnight. The placements were described as lasting between two and three months (“or more”), with interns required to bring their own computer equipment and software.” https://gu.com/p/b3zv3/sbl
“Doctors and nurses in Hong Kong are planning to strike tomorrow out of anger at the way authorities have dealt with the coronavirus crisis, sources within the territory’s protest movement have confirmed to the Guardian.
People in Hong Kong are furious that the border with the mainland has remained open, that authorities have failed to hand out enough face masks to prevent the spread of infection, and that they are allowing people from the mainland to come over for free medical checks.” https://gu.com/p/d6mdg/sbl
Why leave the design to a bunch of inexperienced architects? What a waste of a great opportunity to showcase what Croydon can do instead of doing it as cheap as possible as usual?