Arsenal new boy Dani Ceballos has revealed that he sought advice from the father of the late Jose Antonio Reyes before making his switch to the Emirates. Ceballos joined Arsenal on a season-long loan from Real Madrid earlier this week, following his ‘childhood idol’ Reyes in swapping La Liga for the Premier League. The 22-year-old is from the same Andalusian town, Utrera, as Reyes, the former Arsenal and Real Madrid star who died tragically in a car accident earlier this year at the age of just 35. As a young boy growing up in Spain, Ceballos watched from afar as Arsenal’s 'Invincibles' dazzled English football, and the midfielder says it was Reyes who first attracted him to the club. “This is a historic club that I’ve always looked out for because of Jose Antonio Reyes, who is from the same town as me and played here,” Ceballos told Arsenal.com. “He made history at this club, winning the league title, so it’s an important … [Read more...] about Ceballos reveals how late idol Reyes inspired Arsenal move
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PUBLISHED: 18:47 19 May 2019 John Elworthy One of three photos taken by A Wisbech resident of the human excrement and other mess left in the entrance to St Peter's Church Hall, Wisbech. We have decided not to publish the other two photos, identifying the volunteer church worker, on her hands and knees removing the mess. Picturel; A WHEENDON Archant Hundreds posted in support of action to halt drunken behaviour and urinating in passage ways or in public places in Wisbech. The latest controversy was sparked with photos posted to a social media forum of a woman forced to clean up a church hallway entrance ahead of a fund raising fair. "OK a question?" said the man who posted the images. "Is it right for a member of the public to have to get down on her knees and scrub human s*** off the walls and floor at the door of St Peter's church hall? "The toilets are just round the corner and even the bushes would be better than this."It provoked a massive response … [Read more...] about How often does THIS happen?
By Georgina Rubb If you were wondering how much it costs to live in North Cyprus, here are some figures for Lefkosa. These prices will vary throughout the north with tourist areas charging more than out of the way villages. These figures are regularly updated and are the result of combining prices given by 29 people so far. Food EUR TRY Basic lunchtime menu (including a drink) in the business district €13 (92TL) Combo meal in fast food restaurant (Big Mac Meal or similar) €7 (46TL) 500 gr (1 lb.) of boneless chicken breast €4.54 (31TL) 1 liter (1 qt.) of whole fat milk €1.55 (11TL) 12 eggs, large €4.46 (31TL) 1 kg (2 lb.) of tomatoes €2.07 (14TL) 500 gr (16 oz.) of local cheese €6 (44TL) 1 kg (2 lb.) of apples €1.99 (14TL) 1 kg (2 lb.) of potatoes €1.19 (8TL) 0.5 l (16 oz) domestic beer in the supermarket €1.42 (10TL) 1 bottle of red table wine, good quality €8 (58TL) … [Read more...] about How Much Does It Cost To Live In North Cyprus?
0 Have your say The phrase ‘new ways of working’ are usually guaranteed to send shivers down the spine of most people in business. They often serve as public relations spin for cost-cutting and sadly have developed a status as a proxy phrase unwelcome disruption to the workplace. However the unquestionable reality is that failing to embrace new ways of working is quite simply not an option in modern business.The frenetic change in working practices is engulfing all sectors. Most of the attention to the change focuses on automation and the impact this will have on employment. Earlier this month I wrote in these columns about how the roles of many thousands upon thousands of workers were set to find themselves potentially obsolete owing to the rising tide of technology which will be able to perform their roles faster and more efficiently. What is however less discussed is that actual workplace environment itself. Consider the office, laboratory or … [Read more...] about How modern working can deliver a brave new world
IT'S over half a century since the UK's Abortion Act came into force. But what does the law say and at what stage in a pregnancy are you allowed to get a termination? We've got the lowdown... What is the Abortion Act of 1967? The Abortion Act of 1967 is an act of Parliament legalising abortions and allowing the NHS to offer them to patients. It was introduced as a Private Member's Bill by Liberal MP David Steel. The bill was backed by the government and after a heated debate it was passed on October 27, 1967, and came into effect on April 27, 1968. It permits an abortion if two doctors agree there is a medical need. The law does not extend to Northern Ireland where abortion is still illegal. The Republic of Ireland had a referendum on abortion in May 2018. The Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy Bill finished its final stage in the senate on December 13, 2018. Abortion services in the country started on January 1, 2019. The new law legalised free access to abortion up to 12 … [Read more...] about What is the Abortion Act of 1967, how late in pregnancy can you get an termination and how many clinics are there in the UK?