Republican leaders Hugh Scott (Senate) and John Rhodes (House) and Senator Barry Goldwater outside West Wing, after telling President Nixon that his chances to escape impeachment and removal from office were “damn gloomy”—this week 1974: #Getty
Here's the latest from the World Snooker Championship: Barry Hawkins 8-2 Alexander Ursenbacher (first round) John Higgins 0-0 Kurt Maflin (second round) Watch live now on @BBCTwo , @BBCiPlayer and via the @BBCSport website 👉 #bbcsnooker
For Gazette sports writer John Barry, the return of professional sports to television is just what the doctor ordered.
😡 "Are you going to tell me that John Stones is better than Ogbonna and Diop?" @DGoughie : "Probably not Diop." Barry: "Yeah okay, that's a fair shout." Barry the #WHUFC fan had a quick change of heart on this brilliant call! 🤣🤣
The 1918 influenza outbreak is the closest comparison to what we’re living through right now. John Barry does a great job explaining the realities and lessons of that devastating pandemic.
The biggest lesson of the 1918 influenza epidemic, according to historian John M. Barry, is that leaders need to tell the truth, no matter how hard it is to hear.
The most important lesson of the 1918 influenza that killed up to 100 million people was simple, says John M. Barry, author of a history of that pandemic: Tell the truth