On a visit to The Bell & Crown in Chiswick, west London, he said: "The hospitality sector is a vital part of our economy and crucial to people's livelihoods - Britain's pubs and bars alone employ almost half a million people - which is why it's such good news that so many people are able to return to work this weekend, helping us all to enjoy summer safely." … [Read more...] about UK coronavirus hospital deaths up by 44 in lowest Saturday rise in lockdown
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Meanwhile, Ian High, operations and finance director of Pub Culture, which runs venues in the North East including the Dun Cow in Sunderland, told the Sunderland Echo : "The health and safety of our staff and customers is our top priority. … [Read more...] about England eases lockdown on Saturday – will you be first in the queue at the pub?
The duke took a seat in the pub's garden with the landlords, their head chef Philip Milner and duty manager Lucy Heffer, and when his drink and food arrived he joked: "I don't know where I pay, I'll do that before I leave, I promise." … [Read more...] about Thirsty punters down first pints in months as pubs open doors again on Super Saturday
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem can be visited again From today (May 26) one of the most sacred places of Christianity will be open to the public again. Only 50 people can enter the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem; wearing facemasks is compulsory. While Jews have already been allowed to pray again at the Western Wall also known as the Wailing Wall, in Jerusalem, the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount is to open to Muslims at the end of the week. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: US unemployment falls to 11.1% amid jobs surge
The new flavours come as Cadbury announced it will shrink Chomp, Curly Wurly and Fudge bars to help fight child obesity. … [Read more...] about Cadbury launches three new Dairy Milk flavours including coconut, blueberry and crunchy honeycomb