Justin Theroux keeps safe from coronavirus in a face mask... Justin Theroux flaunts his arms in a white muscle shirt... Justin Theroux parades his sculpted arms while braving the... Justin Theroux shows off his muscular arms in a white... … [Read more...] about Justin Theroux reveals he’s a Shakira fan as he sports punky look while running errands with his dog Kuma
Andrews added the caveat that “we don’t want one event to necessarily set us back and cause us a problem”. “It is hard for us to predict where virus numbers will be, what risks do we have to deal with in just a few weeks time, let alone months,” he said. … [Read more...] about Victorian government aims for crowds at Australian Open and Boxing Day Test
Despite rumors suggesting a deal was imminent, Ligue 1 side Angers publically announced that they have turned down an €11 million offer from Freiburg for Santamaria. The fee would have made the holding midfielder Freiburg's record signing, but now there is a big question mark behind any potential deal. … [Read more...] about Bundesliga transfer blog: Cordoba linked with Hertha move
The papers The Guardian leads with “No 10 faces showdown as Tory rebellion over Brexit bill grows” and the Times agrees that is the best story of the day with “Law chief leads Brexit rebellion”. Others stick to Covid-19 for their main stories with the Mirror saying “Final virus warning” and the Telegraph “GPs warned they must see patients ‘face to face’”. The Mail prefers “Revealed: lockdown blow to UK health”, as does the Express with “Lives at risk in cancer research cash crisis”. The FT leads on “SoftBank executives revive talks on delisting Japanese tech group”. In Scotland the Herald says “Consultants could demand more money in second wave”, while the Record has “The sex beast on Tinder”. … [Read more...] about Monday briefing: ‘Abide by rule of six,’ police plead
I also wonder if you have spoken to your European counterparts about protecting the arts from economic ruin. I am well aware that you are part of a Brexit-driven government that relies on the myth of British exceptionalism. But it is surely worth noting that the German government has pledged €1bn to support the arts in crisis and that the French have, among other measures, created a fund of €7bn for small businesses, including those that have had to cancel shows and film shoots. By comparison our £160m Arts Council emergency package looks like very small beer. … [Read more...] about Dear Oliver Dowden, have you even begun to grasp the scale of our arts crisis?