If the area were found less than pleasant to residents – with some photographed sitting on a backyard deck above straw and pieces of trash - a billboard perched in the area recommended moving to Staten Island. … [Read more...] about What a dump! Astonishing photos of New York Harbour in the 1970s reveal man’s former dumping grounds
Harbour point self storage
Whether the adviser’s trip broke the rules “remains a matter of interpretation,” the paper said, but there was no denying the extent of “the outrage that has shaken the country in the past few days. Not just politicians and commentators, but academics and churchmen – all echoing the chorus of citizens demanding Cummings go.” … [Read more...] about ‘A political gale’: world’s press on Dominic Cummings’ self-defence
"What we don't know yet is whether, once we get to that August period where part time work will be allowed, will be whether it will have to be, whether the only furlough will be a part time scheme," Martin said. … [Read more...] about Martin Lewis explains what the new furlough scheme changes mean for workers
They will continue travelling. “We pride ourselves on being at every single Socceroos World Cup qualifying fixture away from Australia,” says Edgley. “My favourite destination is Tokyo, and the rivalry between Australia and Japan. It’s a friendly rivalry, the Japanese fans are the most welcoming in the world. I never get tired of taking people there for the first time. It’s an amazing experience to see Saitama full of the Samurai Blue.” … [Read more...] about What drives a Socceroos fan to travel 14,000km to watch their team play?
A survey of German business owners in May found confidence among retailers had improved considerably from record-lows in April as lockdown measures were eased, but were still far below average – indicating that there has been no sudden rush back to the shops. … [Read more...] about The no frills new world of British retail: Shoppers face one-way walking system, tills behind screens, changing rooms closed and no seating when stores reopen – but will customers be too scared to return even with huge clearance sales?