The new 'drive thru' scheme will be launched in central London and involves those getting tested for the virus to drive to designated health centre car parks, where nurses in full Hazmat suits will be able to swab people through the car window. … [Read more...] about NHS introduces drive-through coronavirus tests: Nurses in Hazmat suits to swab suspected carriers through rolled-down car windows
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“Put aside maybe an hour a day to enter." “Join some groups for hints and tips because there are a lot of fake competitions out there as well. Unless you’re doing it regularly, you won’t know which ones are fake." “Enter on as many platforms as you can." “Effort-based ones are good where you have to come up with slogans are good because not many people want to enter them." “All the competitions you find in magazines, you can usually enter for free online." “Think positive – luck will come to you!” … [Read more...] about NHS nurse addicted to competitions enters 100 a day and has won £20,000 in prizes
The rise of modern government outsourcing has its origins in business theory. In 1937, Ronald Coase, a young left-leaning lecturer at the London School of Economics, published a short paper called The Nature of the Firm, in which he considered why companies contracted out some of their functions, but did others in-house. “Why is not all production carried on by one big firm?” he asked. Coase developed the idea that organisations are constantly searching for a balance between the “transaction costs” involved in hiring external suppliers to do certain tasks and the increased potential for mistakes, waste, and the “decreasing returns to the entrepreneur function” if a company tries to do everything itself. After the war, Coase, who later won the Nobel prize for economics, moved to the University of Chicago. He gave up on socialism and his work became influential among a new generation of free-market theorists keen to question the preference of large … [Read more...] about Can Winston Churchill’s grandson save Serco? And is it worth saving?
Meanwhile, Christopher Ripke lives with epilepsy, and works full time as a dishwasher at the University of Nevada, Reno - sometimes working seven days a week, as he often offers to work overtime. He also leads People First, a non-profit that helps people with disabilities. … [Read more...] about The complicated truth behind Trump’s ‘American comeback’
When asked about getting back together with Shannon following their split, Madeline said on The Kyle And Jackie O show in October: 'No. You know what? I'm a big believer that everything in life has a season. We change. We evolve. … [Read more...] about Anything for a bargain! Madeleine West reveals she celebrates TWO Christmases and buys all of her decorations and gifts on Boxing Day… and saves over $1,000 in the process