It comes as a French politician said 'nothing' can stop the crossings from France to Britain.
The match in Sao Paolo was suspended after officials came on to the pitch.
The BMJ said it is the first time so many journals have come together to make the same statement.
There is currently no statutory entitlement to paid leave for people who lose a baby before 24 weeks of pregnancy.
Chief executive Thomas Heier said he was struggling to fill chef vacancies in around 30 sites.
The former prime minister said there is a new 'arms' race to get vaccines into people as 'quickly as possible'.
The shortages are causing disruption to firms as they battle to recover from the impact of the pandemic.
The Met Office said some areas will see sweltering heat and sunshine from Monday to Wednesday.
Figures collected by the Local Data Company showed 8739 shops shut across Britain in the first half of the year.
It comes ahead of the Government's furlough scheme being ended.
Nearly 2000 officers have been involved in policing the activists every day.
Arrivals at Heathrow have complained about the length of queues at the border.
Gerry McGurk said some people were still coming forward to ask for help in leaving the country.
The Aston Martin Bulldog became the fastest car on the road when it reached 191mph more than 40 years ago.
Second Officer Paul Owen is the first recipient of the Merchant Navy Medal for championing LGBT+ rights.
The Duke of Cambridge has helped an officer he knew at military college get his family out of Afghanistan.
The attack took place at about 2.40pm at a Countdown store at a shopping centre in Auckland on Friday.
Australia has one of the slowest vaccine rollouts among wealthy countries.
The estimate for people in private households in the UK increased to 384,000 from 380,000 a month earlier.
The bottling business for the UK and Europe has said its supply chain has come under pressure.