The European Union police agency Europol has issued a warning about the risk of organized crime scams linked to COVID-19 vaccines, including the possibility criminals will try to sell dangerous counterfeit vaccines or hijack shipments of genuine shots. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus digest: US hits new record for COVID hospitalizations
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"However, for those who may have family able to provide support, there are a number of specialist lending options available such as guarantor or family assist products, and there are also “joint borrower sole proprietor” options that could be explored and may enable them to move forwards with their home-owning dreams. … [Read more...] about New 99% mortgage for first time buyers launches – how it works and who qualifies
Schellenberg will appeal against the death sentence, lawyer says Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg will appeal the death sentence verdict, his lawyer said on Tuesday, arguing that the court should not have increased his sentence given no new evidence had been introduced during his retrial. … [Read more...] about China hits back after Justin Trudeau accused Beijing of ‘arbitrarily’ sentencing a Canadian to death for drug smuggling amid ongoing political tensions
Debenhams - Formed a separate company in 1998 Etham and Tammy - Shops were closed shortly after being purchased in 2005 Hawkshead - Sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 Innovations - Sold to GUS in 1997 Peter Robinson - Converted into TopShop in 1964 Principles - Sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 Principles for Men - Closed in c.2000 Racing Green - Sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 Richards - Closed shortly after purchasing in 1999 SU214 - Closed in c.2000 Wade Smith - Sold in c.2002 BHS - Sold to Retail Acquisitions Ltd in 2015 Warehouse - sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 What does administration mean for Arcadia? Stores and the online business will continue to trade as normal, the group said last night. … [Read more...] about What shops are in Philip Green’s Arcadia Group and what happens during administration?
April 26: Chinese ambassador Cheng Jingye hints at a boycott of Australian wine and beef and says tourists and students might avoid Australia 'while it's not so friendly to China'. Canberra dismisses the threat and warns Beijing against 'economic coercion'. … [Read more...] about Australian businesses BOYCOTT China and refuse to ever use its products – vowing to turn to home-grown suppliers as trade war intensifies