3. Another smart collection of scholars getting in on the pundit action calls itself The Immanent Frame, while focussing on secularism, religion and the public sphere. These thoughtful religion scholars and Christian ethicists have posted a range of opinions on the election.
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.” “i’d like to say that there’s an inmate that was housed here at the monroe county work center . He took it upon himself, to go down and put some signs together.” sheriff cecil cantrell responded to this video which has surfaced on facebook. It shows an inmate putting election signs together with the sheriff’s name on them.
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Owners of Cambridge’s swanky new Ivy restaurant defend ‘unacceptable’ disabled accessThe latest off shoot of the world famous London dining spot is opening on Trinity StreetDisabled access conditions in plans for a new Ivy restaurant in Cambridge have been slammed as News readers expressed their exasperation over reports that wheelchair uses could struggle to enter and use the toilet at the Trinity Street dining spot.The restaurant was granted planning permission by Cambridge City Council last week despite objections being lodged by its own access officer.But the Ivy owners have defended the access plans, saying the building Grade II listed status limited what adaptations they could make.(Image: We Make It Happen)The owners said management policies will be “stringently reviewed” to ensure all diners can equally access the restaurant “wherever possible”.One city councillor, Gerri Bird, said the situation highlighted the “massive struggle” those with disabilities face and the need for planners to think carefully about disabled access conditions in commercial and public buildings.Commenting on Facebook, reader Naomi Saunders Bennett echoed the councillors concerns.She wrote: “Cambridge is such a disaster area for disabled people that every opportunity to improve access matters.”I agree with the access officer. It’s a new conversion. There’s no excuse for not getting the access right.