Mhorag Gilchrist, who nominated Joe and Wendy, 56, said: “They look after the elderly and it is not unusual to see a free plate of dinner being given to someone, who can’t afford the cost of eating out.” … [Read more...] about Britain’s best pub revealed — Don War Memorial Bar in Stockton-on-Tees bags £1k top prize
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All you need to know about the presidential race The Democratic 2020 race - in five charts Andrew YangOk, so the tech entrepreneur finished with only around 3% of the vote and dropped out shortly after the New Hampshire polls closed. But a tech entrepreneur who virtually no one had heard of finished with 3% of the vote, raised tens of millions of dollars for his campaign and landed a spot in all but one of the party debates. That is a remarkable achievement. … [Read more...] about New Hampshire primary: Which Democrat REALLY had the best night?
"These findings are powerful, they suggest that improving equity in access to and quality of education is something tangible that can help reverse this troubling trend in reduction of life expectancy among middle-aged adults." … [Read more...] about Going to university helps you live longer, as study suggests education is the best predictor of life expectancy
When the time comes for Freddie Ljungberg to cast around for management roles, there is one piece of foresight he might want to drop into any job interviews. On a freezing December night in Liège, midway through his stint as Arsenal’s interim head coach, he opted to solve a personnel shortage by selecting Bukayo Saka, a gifted but seemingly raw wide forward, at left wing-back. Saka excelled in a dour performance that picked up when he delivered brilliantly for Alexandre Lacazette to score. Moments later the 18-year-old curled a marvellous equaliser and, at the time, such pearls of quality felt as much a rebuke to his manager as proof he had adapted seamlessly. … [Read more...] about Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka is reluctantly making a big impression at the back
But the work has been unignorable; it has just not gone out of its way to be conventionally likeable. Lately, it has not even gone out of its way to be noticed: his latest work prior to this one, A Treatise of Civil Power, was published by a small press in a limited edition and is not even listed among his previous works in Without Title, despite containing important and affecting lines, some of which could be taken for useful pointers to how best to approach itself; as when he describes Berryman's Dream Songs, "their bone-yard vaudeville, / sparkish, morose, multi-voiced monologue, erratic tenderness to self and lovers ... Testament, then it must be; the accessible / is past redemption." … [Read more...] about Jump for joy