A friend of Hayley's recently told Daily Mail Australia: 'After she finished filming in October, Hayley took a quick holiday and was then bored just sitting around all day. So a friend gave her a job on a construction site. … [Read more...] about Hard yakka! Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon looks better than ever as she’s spotted working as a LABOURER on the set of The Block
So far Boris Johnson has held three significant votes in the Commons since becoming PM and has lost all of them. The Government last night abandoned its attempts in the Lords to thwart the Hilary Benn Bill blocking a no-deal Brexit which means it should pass both Houses of Parliament by tomorrow evening. … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn faces election date dilemma
The Unesco world heritage site has experienced a 28% rise in tourism in the past two years, with the mayor, Dirk De Fauw, doubting the city’s ability to cope with mounting numbers of tourists. “We have to control the influx more if we don’t want Bruges to become a complete Disneyland here,” he says. … [Read more...] about Global tourism hits record highs – but who goes where on holiday?
Scientists Sir Jeremy Farrar and Professor John Edmunds, both members of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies – which advises the Government on the coronavirus crisis – said ministers were taking risks by following their current plans. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus UK LIVE: Fears over second wave of Covid-19 deaths as lockdown measures set to ease and deaths top 38,000
Potter and photographer Sarah Maingot’s studio has a different feel. Her rustic retreat was built from materials unearthed in the garden of her 18th-century cottage in the Cotswolds. “The previous owners would just throw anything they didn’t want outside. I’m always discovering something: a window, a bit of furniture,” she says. The new space, which Maingot designed with Simon Chadwick of Makers Cabins, replaced a tumble-down outhouse. “It’s evolved organically as we found things,” says Maingot, who makes her “imperfect one-of-a-kind” ceramics here. The Georgian windows were bought on eBay for £100; the oak lintels are offcuts. Inside, wood from the old shed was upcycled as wall cladding, vintage lights painted black for industrial effect and a gallery for storage added. The cabinet was another discovery. “It’s like exploring an archaeological site, full of magical finds,” she says. … [Read more...] about Cabin fever: why people are going wild for custom garden rooms