"They claimed that something moved on a different course to everybody else because we worked out that wasn't appropriate. That's not what they're now admitting. … [Read more...] about Sickened Piers Morgan slams Rolls-Royce CEO for ‘laughing’ over job cuts in BBC interview
Speaking to MailOnline, Open Property Group managing director Jason Harris-Cohen said: 'In terms of average house prices, I believe that property prices have already fallen five per cent since the Covid-19 outbreak, however, we may notice further regional falls depending on micro economic and social issues, as some geographic areas have experienced greater outbreaks of this virus. … [Read more...] about Revealed: Durham is the most affordable place to buy a house in UK for second year running while Oxford tops list of most unaffordable
In a new family picture released to the Kensington Palace Instagram account at 8pm on Thursday night to mark the weekly #clapfortheNHS, Kate, 38, opted for the Anouk Dress, which features fabric-covered buttons all the way down and romantic ruffles along the collar and hem, and is currently on sale for £90.30 and in stock. … [Read more...] about Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children all wear NHS blue to lead fifth week of Clap For the Carers – as MILLIONS of Britons noisily salute key workers from their doorsteps
The fresh fears come as an investigation was launched into the torching of a 5G mobile phone mast in Derby just days after it was erected. Police said they believe the blaze, attended at 2am yesterday, was started deliberately. It follows more than 50 incidents nationwide believed to be linked to false claims the network is spreading coronavirus – ‘fake news’ that has prompted crackdowns from social media giants. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson could backtrack on the Huawei 5G deal after warning from spy chiefs over fresh security fears
The vast financial and environmental costs of projects like HS2 and Heathrow’s third runway, together with the long time they will take to deliver any kind of return, now look – in a future that will definitely be poorer than expected – preposterous. Their main effect would be to bring more people from less-favoured parts of the country to the more favoured. It would be far better to spend the tens of billions they require on local and regional projects. Rather than bring people to where the work is, the plan should be to bring work to people, wherever they are. … [Read more...] about Will Covid-19 show us how to design better cities?