National Audit Office deems some LESA officers ‘illiterate’ in 2021 report

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The National Audit Office has published an extensive report which argues the illiteracy or inability to carry out complex tasks of some Local Enforcement System Agency (LESA) officers.

The NAO’s report highlights the fact that multiple officers lack basic soft skills uninterested in developing their performance and behaviour.

The agency had informed the Audit Office that particular individuals, especially those transferred from a private contractor, failed to meet the quality thresholds required back in 2018.


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Obama breaks the internet inaugurating President Joe Biden on Facebook

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On his Inauguration Day, President-elect Joe Biden received his fair share of good wishes and tribute posts, but little to none left the same effect as former US President Barack Obama.

Well known for internet-breaking posts and record amounts of likes, Obama shared a Facebook post congratulating Biden which garnered 2.8 million likes and counting.

Congratulations to my friend, President Joe Biden! This is your time.

Posted by Barack Obama on Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Following his inauguration, President Joe Biden is already making game-changing moves, one of the first being the United States’ return to the Paris Climate Accord.


Andrea Pirlo wins first trophy as coach after Juve topple Napoli in Super Cup

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Football veteran and Italian legend Andrea Pirlo has secured his first trophy as coach after Juventus toppled Napoli 2-0 in the Italian Super Cup.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored the first goal after the 64th minute from a corner, with Alvaro Morata locking in the second during injury time.

This is Pirlo’s first trophy after five months into his tenure as coach at his former club.


Malta is vaccinating fastest in Europe, Chris Fearne reports

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Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne has reported that Malta is vaccinating fastest in Europe, with regards to the COVID-19 vaccinations which had started on 27 December.

The shared infographic, illustrated by ‘Our World in Data’, puts Malta at the top of the chart, with Denmark in close second place.

Posted by Chris Fearne on Wednesday, 20 January 2021

The chart refers to cumulative COVID-19 vaccine doses per 100 people, counting single doses and may not equal the total number of people vaccinating, but puts Malta and Denmark vastly ahead of many other European countries.