Ofcom's report said that 'overall audiences to the BBC are in gradual decline', warning that if audiences did not consider it 'a core part of their viewing' they 'may not see value in the licence fee'. … [Read more...] about BBC’s desperate drive to win younger viewers is alienating older middle class ones with satisfaction levels ‘starting to wane’, Ofcom report warns
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Rather than going for a walk after catching up for breakfast, they had to be online for a 10am Zoom meeting, but could meet at the beach during their lunch break – as long as they were able to dial into another meeting at 2pm. This lurching from leisure to work and back again can be discombobulating. While you’re walking along the beach with them, feet in the shallows, suddenly they’re trailing behind, in a meeting, using a work-voice you haven’t heard before, telling a room full of colleagues about ROEs in the second quarter. They’re sort of on holidays, sort of at work, and you’re sort of in the meeting with them. … [Read more...] about Working from the beach, holidaying while we work: are we getting the worst of both worlds?
He also denies possessing a gun in a public place, and possessing an imitation firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence. … [Read more...] about ‘Killer moped mugger, 24, researched gold watches online hours before stabbing man to death for his £7,000 Rolex Oyster’, court hears
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Over the past few days he has presented himself in the guise of Santa Claus. It's a rum state of affairs when being told that we can live fairly normal lives for five days over Christmas, and that up to three households will be allowed to mingle, is seen as a dispensation. My goodness, we'll even be allowed to hug! … [Read more...] about London could go into Tier THREE before Christmas: Hancock warns ‘there is a lot of work to do’ to keep the capital in Tier 2 ahead of review on December 16