Fearne Cotton recalled taking part in the 82-hour cycle ride from John O'Groats to Land's End, scaling 1,000ft peaks, icy blizzards and temperature lows of -15°C. She said: "So happy about the total. Whoopee. So glad you all enjoyed sport relief. I had a ball." … [Read more...] about £30m raised in Sport Relief TV extravanza
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Another supporter sarcastically joked: "Hey, you know what would be fun and no pressure... Arsenal away to Man City in a must win game." … [Read more...] about Premier League set to restart on 17 June with Arsenal clash at Man City and Aston Villa vs Sheff Utd with 1 August end
Nikodem Szumilo, associate professor of economics and finance of the built environment at UCL, says the growth of the global tourist industry is partly due to the rise of digital services. “The most recent development in the industry was a small revolution of online reviews and online bookings which reduced prices but increased satisfaction,” he says. “This means that more people travel more often.” … [Read more...] about Global tourism hits record highs – but who goes where on holiday?
The former Leeds, Coventry and Middlesbrough forward told Football Insider: “I don’t think there’s going to be anything that’s going to stop this, I really don’t – otherwise I don’t think Mike Ashley would have entertained it. … [Read more...] about Newcastle takeover LIVE: Bin Salman deal LATEST; Mike Ashley ‘pint’ claim; transfer ‘confusion’, Rondon teases return
Ted has been buoyant since the first day of lockdown. He is retired and lives in a village near Salisbury with his wife. They are financially secure and “continue to enjoy good health and have all we need at home”. He can still garden, cycle and enjoy the countryside. For him, and a fifth of Britons surveyed, it is business as usual. … [Read more...] about Britain’s lockdown diaries expose gulf in wellbeing between rich and poor