Anna Morgan, from OPPO Mobile UK, which has unveiled a series of revolutionary smartwatches, said: "These results indicate so many across the country are not only juggling tasks from different areas of their lives throughout the day - they're usually doing them at the same time. … [Read more...] about Lockdown forces Britain to become a nation of grafting polytaskers
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The Box in Plymouth was due to open in spring with an Antony Gormley commission and an ambitious exhibition to mark the 400 year anniversary of the Mayflower, but was forced to postpone until September because of Covid-19 restrictions. Its successful Art Fund bid for £25,000 will be spent on developing a stylus that visitors can use to interact with digital exhibitions and audio/visual elements when it opens. … [Read more...] about UK museums turn to innovation to keep doors open in times of Covid
That desire led him to learn aspects of the tough martial art Systema, which he employs to brutal effect in some of the action scenes of the BBC’s new drama thriller McMafia, as his character tries to protect himself and his family from the violence of the Russian mob. … [Read more...] about How James Norton learnt the Russian martial art Systema for his role in McMafia
In June, Ofqual decided that there will be final A-level exams available in the Autumn, depending on coronavirus, which will give students the opportunity to improve their grades by taking an exam if necessary. … [Read more...] about A-level results and grades explained: Is a D or an E a pass at A-level?
This was a hugely sensitive mission, and marked the beginning of many future difficulties. The largely pro bono legal team defending the men, Zaw Lin and Wai Phyo, both now 22, had been given virtually no access to the Thai prosecution case, and asked the Met to see its review of the investigation. This was repeatedly refused. … [Read more...] about Why UK role in backpackers murder case still worries rights groups