BBC Review This could steer Plan B towards being one of the year’s biggest pop stars.Ian Wade 2010Plan B, or Ben Drew to avoid confusion with the various other Plan Bs in operation, first emerged to the mainstream in 2006 with the album Who Needs Actions When You Got Words. The Forest Gate fox set out his stall as a putting it mildly angry issues based young man in thrall to Eminem, and would probably have had your eye out if you so much as looked as him funny. This led to an acting sideline in Noel Clarke Adulthood, as well as a star turn in last year Harry Brown.Now, a few years on, our Ben has calmed down a bit and returned with a concept album (an accompanying film is in production) that should finally get him known past the gritty urban set, ascending to the national consciousness.
Apparently some of his bases have been evacuated or at least communication has lessened. His every act will be scrutinized like never before. Perhaps this was part of the plan. This morning, the high level meeting held two breakout panel discussions, which heard from Government representatives, as well as members of civil society and the business community. The first, entitled, “Relevance of addressing antimicrobial resistance for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular the health related Goals”, was moderated by James Chau, News Broadcaster and WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Sustainable Development Goals and Health. It featured Vytenis Andriukaitis, European Union Commissioner for Health and Food Safety; Veronika Skvortsova, Minister of Health Care of the Russian Federation; Cleopa Mailu, Cabinet Secretary for Health of Kenya; Joanne Liu, International President of Mdecins Sans Frontires; Andrew Witty, Chief Executive Officer of GlaxoSmithKline; and Martin Khor, Executive Director of the South Centre.
There have been claims by one research team that Turin Shroud DNA has been analysed and found to be that of a male, as X and Y chromosomes were detected. There may not even be enough to amplify it to make coherent genomic sequences. Also, over the centuries so many people have come into contact with the shroud that their DNA has undoubtedly contaminated the cloth.
I been to Amsterdam multiple times for business and I think you are spot on. There are so many tiny little streets along canals that I think could be closed to cars without much negative impact. Some folks have commented that they would be frustrated to sit in bike traffic at a light, and I am sure I would feel the same because I try to use my commute as a workout.