How does the Land Army application process work?Applicants begin by applying to join the new Land Army on a Government website, and are asked questions such as whether they have a driving licence. … [Read more...] about Romanian fruit and veg pickers head to UK after just 200 out the 50,000 applicants sign up for Land Army – as government ramps up call for more volunteers over fears crops will rot
Of course this does not mean that these are the only players that could join Chelsea, there will be many other names I am sure we will start hearing about, and other players being looked at that we don’t know about yet. … [Read more...] about Chelsea’s chances of landing transfer targets including Sancho, Zaha, Ake and Chilwell
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The show's plot usually involved Burr's character agreeing to represent a seemingly hopeless defendant falsely accused of crimes such as murder. With the aid of his loyal secretary and his private eye, the famed attorney invariably wrecked the prosecution's case with shrewd cross-examination, sometimes eliciting courtroom confessions by the real culprit. … [Read more...] about Barbara Hale, who played loyal secretary opposite Raymond Burr on Perry Mason, dies at age 94
I mention this moment to warn you that you should decide before setting out whether you are up for a night in the open. Whether to take a light tent, perhaps. We had one, but Eleonora, my partner, had read that there were wolves in these hills. Of course no one has been killed by a wolf in Italy for more than 200 years. Wild boars and dogs are more likely encounters. But the imagination is a terrible thing. Wry and generous, the two women phoned all their friends and relatives. Did anyone know anyone who had a place to stay? Children ran back and forth. The grocery provided beer and mozzarella. Finally a B&B was found, another 40 minutes’ walking, in the dark. … [Read more...] about Trekking the Sabine Hills: in praise of Italy, summer and freedom