From August, the government will pay 80 per cent of wages up to a cap of £2,500 for the hours an employee is on furlough and employers will now have to pay the extra contributions of NI and pension for that time. … [Read more...] about Furlough scheme changes: What are the new part-time rules and how is my pay affected?
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Cordero began performing cabaret at age 14 and later sang on a cruise ship. He went on to study acting at Toronto's Ryerson University for two years before dropping out to pursue musical success as a guitarist and singer in his rock band, Lovemethod. … [Read more...] about Broadway star Nick Cordero dies at 41 following 94 days in hospital battling COVID-19 and his heartbroken wife pays tribute: ‘God has another angel in heaven now’
'I think James has a lot of issues. I think he has an addiction problem. He has a bunch of bobbleheads around him, including his girlfriend, that don't give a s*** about what his future may hold, which could get very ugly and sad,' Lala said in a confessional. … [Read more...] about Vanderpump Rules: James Kennedy screams at Raquel Leviss for missing his Pride DJ set at TomTom Bar
Brno seems friendlier, more laid-back and more fun than the capital – where they call Brno "the communist city with colourful buildings". Mass tourism seems to have passed Brno by, except for its annual motorcycle Grand Prix (13-15 August this year). Which is odd given that this near-800-year-old city boasts a Unesco world heritage site within its walls – Mies van der Rohe's Villa Tugendhat, a masterpiece of 1920s functionalist design - plus Spilberk castle in the old town. … [Read more...] about Czech out the prices in Brno
According to legend, the Habsburgs took their name from their home, the Habichtsburg – Hawk's Castle – in what is now the canton of Aargau, in Switzerland. The first member of the family to bear the name was Count Werner I, but the first Habsburg of any real note is Rudolf, who was crowned emperor of Rome in 1273. Within a few years, through dynastic marriages, intermarriages, alliances and conquests, the Habsburg family territories extended to Austria, Bohemia and beyond. More dynastic marriages, intermarriages, conquests and alliances followed, along with the inevitable family feuds, schisms and splits, until by the time of the reign of Charles V, the Habsburgs reigned over an empire on which the sun never set, stretching across Europe into Africa, Mexico and Peru. Charles's personal motto, appropriately, was "Plus ultra" (further beyond), though by 1555 he seems to have gone as far as he cared to go, handing over his titles and responsibilities to his brother and his … [Read more...] about Great dynasties of the world: The Habsburgs