The Pass in Review takes place before the Inauguration Day parade, which will see Biden and Harris head to the White House for the first time as president and vice president. … [Read more...] about What is the Pass in Review?
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There is perhaps something weird about a film about pretence featuring two Brit actors putting on American accents – although their accents and performances aren't exactly the problem. This could have been a great satirical drama, but it needed a tougher, shrewder, funnier approach. This feels flabby, flimsy and humourless, as if the movie was frowningly concerned with giving its characters the proper amount of sympathy. It looks like a raunchy indie road movie on the surface – but with the soul of a Hallmark greetings card within. … [Read more...] about Arthur and Mike review – Firth and Blunt in a bland, baffling odyssey
But getting the game off the ground put pressure on the couple — who met on Tinder six years ago — taking its toll in the run up to their wedding. Jordanna says: “We knew we were on to something but with Grant working up to 80 hours a week already and a wedding to organise, it caused arguments.” … [Read more...] about We made a million by flogging our board game over lockdown – we had to borrow from our nans but it was worth it
Nationwide is offering a 90% LTV mortgage on a two year fixed basis with an initial rate of 3.24%. Over at Natwest, if you have a 10% deposit, you could get a mortgage on a two year fixed rate basis with an initial rate of 3.6%. At Lloyds, the rate could be an initial rate of 3.49% on a two year fixed rate for a 85% to 90% LTV. HSBC has also brought back its 90% LTV mortgage deals too, with an initial two year fixed rate of 3.99%. It’s best to check exactly how much you can borrow and what you’ll be paying back with your mortgage provider. … [Read more...] about How to find the best mortgage for you – 6 tips including lenders offering ‘no deposit’ loans
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