According to a Japanese agency that monitors North Korean media, Castro was the first foreign political figure to be honored in such a manner since Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, who died in 2004. … [Read more...] about How did Fidel Castro die and what happened to his body?
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Andrew Eustace Palmer was born on September 30 1937, the son of Lt-Col Rodney Palmer MC and his wife Frances (née Gordon-Duff). He was educated at Winchester and Pembroke College, Cambridge. Palmer’s great-great-grandfather, George Palmer, was the founder of Huntley & Palmers, the Reading biscuit-makers. … [Read more...] about Andrew Palmer, diplomat whose unstuffy charm ensured good relations with Fidel Castro and Pope John Paul II – obituary
Karen Dee of the Airport Operators Association said: 'Our airports are facing pressures that were unimaginable six months ago and it is essential that the Government work with the industry to introduce regional travel corridors to low-risk areas and agree a package of financial measures that support our airports who have already lost over £2billion since the start of the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Escape from France: Chaos as thousands of Britons battle to return home before 4AM tomorrow when country is put on UK quarantine list – as plane, train and ferry ticket prices soar while seats sell out
What to do It's more than just turning up the heating. Chris Michael, from dehumidifier supplier Meaco, told Ideal Home: "A damp property means damp air, and raising the heating thermostat will only heat up the wet air molecules, rather than raise the room temperature." … [Read more...] about How to get rid of dangerous damp in your home in cold weather
The couple need to sell 240,000 tickets to be able to give the property away and cover the transfer costs for the winner, which includes stamp duty up to £15,000, conveyancing fees up to £1,500, and up to £2,000 for its first year’s running cost, as well as other expenses and the charitable donation. … [Read more...] about Couple raffle their stunning £475,000 beach home in a West Sussex village where neighbours include Kate Winslet for £2.50 a ticket – and will donate £50,000 of the proceeds to charity