Mr. Marin made his announcement today when interviewed on Canalsur radio when he also criticised the Spanish government for not asking for financial aid for tourism from the European Commission "despite the fact that the latest data shows that some 30 million hotel nights were lost in August." … [Read more...] about Costa del Sol to offer ‘free coronavirus insurance’ for holidaymakers
A Hermes spokeswoman said: 'We removed this courier last week, when we were first contacted by the customer, as this is unacceptable behaviour which falls below our high standards. We have been in contact with the customer to apologise for the inconvenience and will also offer goodwill.' … [Read more...] about Moment Hermes courier takes a photo of £50 Sports Direct parcel outside delivery address before putting it back in his van and driving off
The baffling inability for their rules to make much sense is matched by the obtuse idiocy of the public to believe they're necessary. Our collective response evaporated when the Prime Minister said it was fine for Megamind to drive to Barnard Castle, seeding the virus in as many service stations as he could find along the way. The inevitable price of an immoral man protecting an amoral one was that the rest of us decided, collectively, that morality was not an absolute - it could be whatever we each decided it was. … [Read more...] about Santa asks: “What else were you expecting, you daft prats? You knew you were supposed to be good”
No mixing of households indoors, whether at home or other indoor settings No socialising in a group of more than six people outside, including gardens and public spaces Restaurants and pubs that can operate as restaurants are allowed to stay open, but they can only serve booze with substantial meals Hospitality venues must close at 11pm, with last orders at 10pm. However, they can continue to offer delivery, click and collect or drive-thru after this time Entertainment venues such as casinos and cinemas can open Outdoor and indoor events are permitted, but limited to whichever is lower: 50% capacity, or either 2,000 people outdoors or 1,000 people indoors Places of worship remain open Weddings and funerals can go ahead with restrictions on numbers of attendees Organised outdoor sport, and physical activity and exercise classes can continue Organised indoor sport and exercise classes will only be permitted if it is possible for people to avoid mixing with other households … [Read more...] about Are shops, gyms, hairdressers and cafes open in Tier 2?
It had already been put into a Company Voluntary Arrangement, a form of insolvency that allows a company to carry on trading in the hope of pulling itself out of difficulty. As part of that, Green had put in place a £135million last-ditch plan to rescue the business, where profits had already plunged dramatically even before the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Sir Philip Green lounges on his superyacht off Monaco this week as his high street fashion empire Arcadia hit the rocks… now, it’s revealed he is already ditching his billionaire baubles but is he sunk for good?