Pubs And Restaurants May Reopen In April

Pubs and restaurants might be allowed to reopen after Easter in April but only if they agree not to sell alcohol. Another report suggests pubs and restaurants might not completely reopen, with alcohol sales, until May, though takeaway pints will be allowed before then as the COVID 19 lockdown is eased. Boris Johnson has cautionedContinue reading “Pubs And Restaurants May Reopen In April”

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Stick To NHS COVID Test, Ministers Advise

Ministers are discouraging the public from using a coronavirus testing service offered by Boots. A nasal swab test that costs £120 and delivers results in 12 minutes will be available at designated stores across Britain and is being marketed to people without symptoms. The pharmacist is also offering a separate PCR test, suited to peopleContinue reading “Stick To NHS COVID Test, Ministers Advise”

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Review Disabled Children’s Support

Ministers are being encouraged to reconsider care provided for children with disabilities following an investigation into the adequacy of support for families. The conclusions were heart rending and disturbing and, indicated that some families were unable to bear the expense of basic essentials to live a dignified life. A study, carried out by the UniversityContinue reading “Review Disabled Children’s Support”

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The Queen Assists Despairing Victim By Sending His Letter To David Cameron

Dad of three Roger Davis is fighting eviction from his three bedroom home, so he decided to write to Her Majesty as a final resort after No 10 Downing Street disregarded him. Now the Queen has been drawn into the coalitions’ Bedroom Tax debacle by passing on a victim’s grievance letter to David Cameron, aContinue reading “The Queen Assists Despairing Victim By Sending His Letter To David Cameron”

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