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I am not surprised at the English FA using this opportunity to scapegoat a foreign player from a colonised country to deflect attention from their own history of institutionalised racism.
Outbreak control team chairman Dr Craig Williams, GGC's leading infection control consultant, said: "The eight babies who are colonised are being nursed together as a cohort in one part of the neonatal unit totally separately from other patients.
Delays could result in more patients becoming colonised or infected, with potentially harmful results.
Clare Midgley's edited collection provides a welcome and enriching extension to such work, the main value of which is twofold in its attention to both coloniser and colonised as variably gendered, and to the intersections of gender with class and 'race', in and across the various sites of imperial encounters and interactions.
Cod crawled out of the ocean They colonised the land They lay in wait at the dead of night And crawled along the sand.
Two bugs - pseudomonas aeruginosa and serratia - have colonised three babies on the neo-natal intensive care ward at Sheffield's Jessop Hospital for Women.
I say colonised because they formed an enclave of Welsh people who didn't integrate into the country, they didn't adopt the language of their new country.