Parliament was due to close anyway for a three-week Easter break from March 31, but the government asked lawmakers to start a week early, as fears grow that politicians and staff are being put at risk by continuing to work there.
（1）【P】【e】【y】【m】【a】【n】【 】【h】【a】【s】【 】【s】【i】【n】【c】【e】【 】【l】【e】【f】【t】【 】【t】【h】【a】【t】【 】【r】【o】【l】【e】【 】【t】【o】【 】【t】【a】【k】【e】【 】【a】【n】【o】【t】【h】【e】【r】【 】【j】【o】【b】【 】【a】【t】【 】【t】【h】【e】【 】【S】【t】【a】【t】【e】【 】【D】【e】【p】【a】【r】【t】【m】【e】【n】【t】【,】【 】【a】【n】【d】【 】【A】【n】【d】【r】【e】【w】【 】【W】【e】【i】【n】【s】【c】【h】【e】【n】【k】【 】【i】【s】【 】【n】【o】【w】【 】【a】【n】【 】【a】【c】【t】【i】【n】【g】【 】【d】【e】【p】【u】【t】【y】【 】【a】【s】【s】【i】【s】【t】【a】【n】【t】【 】【s】【e】【c】【r】【e】【t】【a】【r】【y】【 】【o】【f】【 】【s】【t】【a】【t】【e】【 】【f】【o】【r】【 】【c】【o】【u】【n】【t】【e】【r】【 】【t】【h】【r】【e】【a】【t】【 】【f】【i】【n】【a】【n】【c】【e】【 】【a】【n】【d】【 】【s】【a】【n】【c】【t】【i】【o】【n】【s】【.】
（2）“I have always respected Georgia’s experience and the reforms that it has carried out, and I hope that this will not break any political balances,” he said.
（3）“I don’t think there should be any grounds for concern on the appointment of judges and I don’t think there will be any change in the judicial system in a long, long time to come.”
（4）“I have never seen the supermarket look like that. It is chaos in there,” said Fran Edwards, 45, who works in marketing and was leaving the Tesco in Twickenham, southwest London, with a shopping trolley filled to the brim.
（5）People have been urged to work from home since March 16, and only grocery stores, pharmacies and some other shops selling dail essentials are still open.
（6）【Patu】【anel】【li c】【alle】【d on】【 the】【 EU 】【to e】【ase 】【its 】【publ】【ic f】【inan】【ce r】【ules】【 onc】【e th】【e em】【erge】【ncy 】【link】【ed t】【o th】【e co】【rona】【viru】【s ha】【d ea】【sed,】【 say】【ing 】【the 】【Unio】【n ne】【eded】【 to 】【be m】【ore 】【flex】【ible】【 oth】【erwi】【se t】【he e】【cono】【mic 】【toll】【 wou】【ld h】【it o】【rdin】【ary 】【peop】【le b】【adly】【.】
（7）Pazuello and other ministers were responding to questions from Esther Castilho, a 10-year-old YouTuber wearing a cowboy hat. Pazuello did not give details on which vaccine would be rolled out.
（8）【“I o】【pene】【d my】【 sea】【t be】【lt a】【nd s】【aw s】【ome 】【ligh】【t – 】【I we】【nt t】【owar】【ds t】【he l】【ight】【. I 】【had 】【to j】【ump 】【down】【 abo】【ut 1】【0 fe】【et t】【o ge】【t to】【 saf】【ety.】【”】
（9）【Pe】【mb】【er】【to】【n 】【wa】【s 】【ac】【co】【mp】【an】【ie】【d 】【by】【 r】【ep】【re】【se】【nt】【at】【iv】【es】【 f】【ro】【m 】【th】【e 】【U.】【S.】【 e】【mb】【as】【sy】【 o】【n 】【hi】【s 】【wa】【y 】【to】【 t】【he】【 a】【ir】【po】【rt】【, 】【sh】【e 】【to】【ld】【 s】【ta】【te】【 t】【el】【ev】【is】【io】【n 】【PT】【V-】【4.】
（10）“I have never seen the supermarket look like that. It is chaos in there,” said Fran Edwards, 45, who works in marketing and was leaving the Tesco in Twickenham, southwest London, with a shopping trolley filled to the brim.
（11）Paul Meade, 57, a resident of Lincolnshire, England, capping a family visit to Utah with a quick trip to Mexico, said he and his wife were “following the (coronavirus) story on the news.”
（12）“I got laid off. They threw us out on the pavement,” the 38-year-old said, speaking as he protested outside the Basra Oil Company headquarters, the national partner for foreign companies.