Meanwhile, working Britons took to social media to claim the furlough scheme - where the Government agrees to pay 80 per cent of an employee's salary during the Covid-19 crisis - should be scrapped because too many staff off work are heading to the coast. … [Read more...] about Police have fined more than 18,000 people for breaching lockdown rules since March – but how many were issued in your area?
Something very fine that can break easily
Under previous hosepipe and sprinkler bans the use of watering cans, buckets and other water carrying devices has been perfectly acceptable for watering the garden, or for instance washing your car. During a ban you should always check with your local water company to see the specific rules they have in place of course. … [Read more...] about What happens if you break the hosepipe ban – what the law says and fines
Morris, 33, who played cheerleader Brittany S. Pierce on the Ryan Murphy show, claims Michele was 'very' unpleasant to work with, saying: 'Was she unpleasant to work with? Very much so; for Lea to treat others with the disrespect that she did for as long as she did, I believe she SHOULD be called out.' … [Read more...] about California lake search for Naya Rivera is now a recovery mission as it’s revealed she’d been visiting the beauty spot for years and considered it her ‘sanctuary’ despite its reputation for rip currents and being full of debris
At the height of summer I imagine you would want to arrive early to guarantee a bed, or carry a tent, but not in spring – the place is empty. All the various refuges were built by the 600 members of the Paklenica Mountain Association and they have done a sterling job: not too much comfort, but plenty of homespun charm. Water is in the well half a mile away through a dwarf birch forest. “It never dries up – even in high summer,” Dalibor had told us. We eat hunks of local air-dried ham tenderised with slivowitz, a fruit brandy. The water is like chilled nectar. … [Read more...] about ‘Life on the edge of civilisation’: hiking in Croatia’s mountains
So I returned home determined to reignite my passion for the spice drawer, tossing out anything that had hung around for too long and stocking up on spanking new flavours. Many of the ingredients I'm using today are widely available, but if you have a problem tracking them down, try steenbergs.co.uk for mail-order. And you can always have a go at growing your own lemon grass, coriander and chillies – they're all easy to cultivate in containers, even if you don't have a large garden. … [Read more...] about Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Sri Lankan recipes