The vouchers are worth £15 per child and can be spent at supermarkets including Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. … [Read more...] about What happens to school meals when primaries reopen on June 1?
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Referring to conditions tomorrow, Mr Taylor said: 'For most a sunny day, a little bit more of a breeze though coming from the east or south-east, so where the wind is off the sea, temperatures will be in the teens, most though widely into the 20s - 25C (77F) to 27C (81F) in the west, could hit 26C (79F) in the north-west of Scotland, a good 10-12C above where we should be for the time of year. … [Read more...] about Bad news for gardeners! ‘Driest May ever’ is set to continue with Britain braced for scorching 82F sunshine this weekend – as odds are slashed on June being hottest on record
Clearly feeling guilty about having an affair with a married man, Belle told Jamie she didn't want to come between his family and break it up - but the two soon kissed and made-up when the vet said he wanted to leave his wife for her. … [Read more...] about Emmerdale spoilers: Dingles turn on Belle as Andrea frames her for exposing her own affair with Jamie
Had a Durham Constabulary police officer stopped Mr Cummings driving to or from Barnard Castle, the officer would have spoken to him, and, having established the facts, likely advised Mr Cummings to return to the address in Durham, providing advice on the dangers of travelling during the pandemic crisis. Had this advice been accepted by Mr Cummings, no enforcement action would have been taken. … [Read more...] about Durham chief constable ‘could face an internal inquiry’ into her handling of Dominic Cummings’ lockdown investigation after angry members of the public complain to force
Complicity and culpability And however familiar the GTA set-up is, it still works. Blasting your way out of impossible face-offs with private armies, streaking through the city streets in a new car – some will hate the sheer amorality, the relentless seething darkness of the narrative. [Spoiler] Many too will be horrified by an interactive torture scene that pushes the player to perform acts of cruelty on a defenceless victim [spoiler ends]. But GTA is all about complicity and culpability – what is the player prepared to do in this world? How much are they responsible for? During the game, Michael makes several visits to a shrink, complaining that he feels someone else is controlling him. Rockstar wants to interrogate the relationship between player and game – or at least snigger at the psychopolitics of it all. … [Read more...] about GTA 5 review: a dazzling but monstrous parody of modern life