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21 Ноя 2020, 09:06
В России до конца года запустят пилотный проект по определению нуждающихся семей

Премьер-министр России Михаил Мишустин заявил, что правительство до конца года запустит пилотный проект, позволяющий определять нуждающиеся семьи на основе данных государственных информационных систем и оказывать им адресную поддержку. Об этом сообщает ТАСС.

«До конца года правительство планирует запустить пилотный проект, мы его давно уже обсудили, работали над этим, но пандемия вносит свои коррективы. Но этот проект позволит определять нуждающиеся семьи на основе данных государственных информационных систем и оказывать им адресную поддержку», — рассказал глава кабмина.

По его словам, пилотный проект планируется запустить в Нижегородской области и Татарстане, его будут курировать Федеральная налоговая служба, Министерство труда, Минэкономразвития, Министерство финансов, Росстат, Пенсионный фонд и Фонд социального страхования.

Предполагается, что проект будет реализован в три этапа. Первый будет длиться полтора месяца, это время уйдет на наполнение реестра нужной информацией. На два других этапа правительство закладывает по одному месяцу. За это время в системе должны появиться данные о предоставляемых пособиях и льготах. Уточняется, что завершающий этап будет нужен для анализа всех сведений, выработки предложений по оценке нуждаемости и для построения системы адресной поддержки.

Мишустин отметил, что проект нужно сделать удобным для людей, чтобы адресная социальная помощь стала доступнее.

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21 Ноя 2020, 05:05

Заслуженный тренер России Александр Жулин высказался о соперничестве среди женщин на этапе Гран-при по фигурному катанию в Москве, передает РИА «Новости».

По итогам короткой программы в лидеры вышла чемпионка Европы — 2020 Алена Косторная, набравшая за свой прокат 78,84 балла. Вторую строчку заняла 23-летняя Елизавета Туктамышева, получившая 74,7 балла. Замкнула тройку лидеров Александра Трусова — 70,81 балла.

По мнению Жулина, Трусова имеет все шансы занять первое место по итогам двух прокатов.

«Трусова – молодец, она идет на сложные вещи. Она пошла на тройной аксель, который совершенно ей сейчас не удался. Но это Трусова, мы знаем, что она может отыграть любое количество баллов», — заключил он.

Ранее сообщалось, что Косторная рассказала о тренировках на самоизоляции.

21 Ноя 2020, 13:14

Friday night's I'm A Celebrity saw Russell Watson open up to his campmates about his two terrifying brain tumours.

The tenor, 53, who battled two benign pituitary tumours back-to-back between 2006 and 2007, told how he 'saw the light' while lying in an MIR scanner.

Speaking to his fellow celebrities in Gwrych Castle about his battle, the opera star described how it was the children that gave him the motivation to fight for his life and beat the illness.

The conversation started off with Russell being asked where was the best place he'd ever performed, with him confirming that it was the Vatican.

He explained: 'They said it was a private audience with the Pope but later on I found out there was about 500 million people watching.'

While talking in the Telegraph later, AJ Pritchard said: 'Some of Russell’s stories are unbelievable, he performed for the Pope at the Vatican.'

The conversation soon turned to the low point of Russell's life, with Ruthie Henshall asking about his brain tumours.

Discussing the two brain tumours he'd had, Russell explained: 'The second one was the ‘one’, the first wasn’t life threatening, it was painful and I nearly lost my vision.

'The second one was holy s***, I went home, went to bed and didn’t wake up because of a haemorrhage. My assistant found me, called the paramedics and I knew I was in trouble because the paramedic kept saying "stay with us, stay with us".

'We got to the hospital and they operated. One of the most emotional things after I came out of intensive care was this bloke came up to me and said "nice to see you’re doing well Mr Watson" and I realised it was "stay with us, stay with us".

His pal Vernon Kay then enquired if he'd he’d seen the light as is sometimes claimed by people, with Russell replying 'big time’.

He went on to explain the moment he had noticed a 'strip of light' while in hospital and thinking he was about to die, before the thought of his children brought him back.

Russell said: 'I was in the MIR scanner and I could see this long strip of light, like when you’re a kid and you used to keep your bedroom door open.

'It was a light strip and I was thinking if I go to that door I’m out of here and the pain stops and I’m away and all I could think about was my children and slowly slowly whilst thinking about my children the clatter clatter of the MRI came back and I thought I’m going to beat this.'

Vernon the got up to hug his pal after he opened up on his scary health ordeal.

In September 2006, Russell discovered her had developed a tumour which was the size of two golf balls after his peripheral vision became blurry.

Following a trip to LA, he underwent a five-hour emergency operation to remove the eight-centimetre tumour at St George's Hospital in Tooting.

Just over a year later in October 2007, the classical singer's vision deteriorated as his tumour returned on his pituitary gland, which was bleeding into his brain.

Just days after his MRI scan, Russell underwent another emergency procedure in Cheadle's Alexandra Hospital, and later recovered with an extensive rehabilitation programme.

I'm A Celebrity airs daily at 9pm on ITV.

22 Ноя 2020, 17:14

They're Australia's sporting power couple who will celebrate 10 years of marriage this December.

And on Friday, Rebecca Judd and her AFL star husband Chris Judd, both 37, enjoyed a dinner date at the trendy Maha Restaurant in Melbourne's central business district.

Cutting a glamorous figure in a fruit print frock by Rebecca Vallance, the mother-of-four placed an affectionate hand on Chris' arm as they made their way inside.

Rebecca teamed her statement off-the-shoulder dress with black mesh pointy-toe heels and a coordinating designer shoulder bag.

Her honey tresses were styled out and in perfect loose waves, and like Chris, ensured safety first with a face mask.

Chris cut a smart casual figure for the occasion, opting for a pale blue dress shirt, black slim-fit trousers and grey sneakers.

The sighting comes just days after Rebecca shared her secret to a long and happy relationship on her 3pm Pick-Up radio show.

Rebecca explained how a bad sleeping arrangement can lead to tension in a marriage, so she makes sure Chris never interrupts her.

'If he comes anywhere near me or if he has a toe touching me at night time, I'll like wake him up [and] push him over,' she said.

'I cannot sleep if you're touching me. You actually need to be at least half a metre away from me, so if I want to roll and turn in the night, I can turn and still not have to touch you.'

However, Rebecca added that she and Chris make sure to have a 'quick kiss and cuddle' before turning out the lights and enforcing the no-touching policy.

'When we were first together, it was better to sleep knowing he was there,' she explained.

'We would be like completely entwined in each other and have the best night's sleep.

'Now, we'll have a quick kiss and a cuddle and then it's like, "See you in the morning!" Maybe that's why our marriage is almost at 10 years.'

The Judds share four children, son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and twin boys Tom and Darcy, four.

They married on December 31, 2010, in Melbourne's Albert Park.

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