Speaking to the BBC, Mr Willis – who has owned the second property for ten years –added: 'This is harassment and in any other context would be considered a hate crime.' Describing the behaviour towards Mr Willis as 'shocking, horrible and unacceptable', Mr Sawyer said he had witnessed 'horrible incidents of hate crime'. … [Read more...] about Police were warned against heavy-handed lockdown enforcement five days ago… before officers handed out dozens of fines, banned the sale of Easter eggs, stalked ramblers with a drone and dyed lagoon black
Store technician job description
Barely a week goes by without another crisis on the high street. Yesterday brought news of 6,000 jobs under threat at House of Fraser, which wants to close half its store estate, and 5,000 roles on the line at Poundworld, which is close to calling in administrators. … [Read more...] about Grim times on high street with House of Fraser and Poundworld on the brink
It won’t win any awards for closing the pay gap, it should be said. On the illustrative example, store staff would collect up to £2,000 after three years, store managers £28,000 and senior executives £300,000. Still, Dunkerton and Holder are funding the scheme out of their own projected gains if SuperGroup’s share price improves and it won’t cost other shareholders a penny. That is to their credit. … [Read more...] about Murdochs’ Sky bid isn’t the slam dunk it looked a month ago
The sports turning to gaming during lockdown Zoom is in everyone's living room - how safe is it? Actors use chat app to save coronavirus-hit birthdays But while there was plenty of talk about "edtech" back in 2005, most of the focus was on improving IT systems within schools rather than introducing remote learning at a time when many children would not have had a computer or a broadband connection at home. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: What if this had happened in 2005?
On the one hand, the Four of Coins offers the security and comfort of a familiar spot or role (albeit you know you can’t hold on to it) VS the risky, flighty Page of Wands who learns on the job, flies by the seat of his pants, and progresses via trial and error (it feels uncomfortable, I know, but hey, this is where you’re at). … [Read more...] about Weekly horoscope for December 16 – 22 – your week ahead according to Kerry King and her tarot cards