Speaking about the abandoned fort, Mr Clare said: 'It was completely as it was in the Second World War. There are no generators, no wiring and no piping. But still it's a hugely solid granite structure that can be converted into flats.' … [Read more...] about Perfect for self isolating! Your chance to live like a Bond villain as three remote island forts off the Hampshire coast go on sale for up to £4.2 million
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Italian health minister Roberto Speranza has not shied away from criticizing the US, officially condemned Washington’s decision to withhold funding from the World Health Organisation and has expressed amazement at President Donald Trump’s virus response. … [Read more...] about US coronavirus cases top FIVE MILLION: America reaches bleak milestone in battle against the virus which, despite President Trump’s predictions, is far from gone
Los Angeles county, where almost half the state of California’s Covid-19 cases have been confirmed, is projected to have 1.68 million food insecure people this year – the highest number in the country. It’s the most populous county in the US, with 10 million residents, where unemployment has risen to 20.3% – five percentage points higher than the state average – and food stamp applications have almost tripled compared with last year. … [Read more...] about ‘People are going to go hungry’: pandemic effects could leave 54m Americans without food
Sport Collin Morikawa hit a final-round 64 to win the US PGA Championship after a nerveless performance from the American in only his second major appearance. Lewis Hamilton said he welcomes the fight from a resurgent Red Bull and Max Verstappen after he and Mercedes were soundly beaten at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. Johanna Konta has played down concerns related to the waiver players will sign in order to compete at the US Open later this month. With so many of the world’s top players not travelling to New York due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the path has opened up for Serena Williams to equal Margaret Court’s 24 major titles, writes Kevin Mitchell. Ronnie O’Sullivan said he prefers Crawley to the Crucible despite sweeping into the last eight of the world championship in Sheffield with an imperious 13-10 victory over Ding Junhui. Liverpool look set to make their first signing of the transfer window, with Kostas Tsimikas heading to Merseyside for a medical before … [Read more...] about Monday briefing: Hong Kong media tycoon held under new security law
Why does distance matter? Coronavirus spreads when virus particles get into the body through the eyes, nose or mouth. One route is via contaminated surfaces, such as door handles that are touched by people with virus on their hands. But the more common route of infection appears to be tiny virus-bearing droplets that are released into the air by coughs and sneezes, and to a lesser extent when people talk or shout. These droplets fall to the ground with the heaviest falling nearest to the infected person and the lightest falling further away. The aim of physical distancing is to be far enough away from an infected person to avoid the airborne droplets. … [Read more...] about What is the science behind the UK’s coronavirus distancing rules?