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- Coronavirus: Moral duty to get all children back into school – PMBoris Johnson wants schools in England to be the last sector to close in any future local lockdowns. ..... Read More.6 hours ago
- Coronavirus: Randox recalls up to 750,000 test kits over safety concernsSome kits sent to care homes should be returned, but the government says the risk to safety is low. ..... Read More.20 hours ago
- Coronavirus: Face covering use expanded in England and ScotlandThe new rules apply to cinemas, museums and places of worship as more quarantine restrictions start. ..... Read More.1 day ago
- Nurses and NHS staff protest over pay rise ‘snub’A thousand people are expected to march in Cardiff, Swansea, Bridgend and Merthyr over nurses' pay. ..... Read More.1 day ago
- Tips to save cash for that big tripTips for finding vacation deals and discounts By Paige McQueen of ConsumerAffairs August 7, 2020 Photo (c) hocus-focus - GettyMost people are putting off their big vacations until next year because of travel restrictions and quarantines. However, now may be the perfect opportunity to save up for your next big trip. Use the extra time to decide exactly how you want to spend your next getaway and save up for it. Here are a few tips that can help you prepare. 1. Figure out your budget Start with the basics: transportation, sleeping accommodations and food. How much it costs to arrive and survive in your destination gives you a savings goal. As you continue to plan your trip, factor in costs for museums, shopping and other activities. Consider getting a credit card with travel rewards to help. Some cards offer amazing reward bonuses, such as airline miles and no… ..... Read More.1 day ago
- Appeals Panel Rejects Suit over Abandoned Mine Shaft Death in ColoradoA federal appeals panel has upheld the dismissal of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a woman who died when the car she was riding in drove off a Forest Service road and into an abandoned mine … ..... Read More.1 day ago
- 8 Washington Fitness Centers Cited for Violating Safe Start OrderOperators of eight fitness centers in Eastern Washington face fines totaling more than $77,000 for being open in violation of the state’s Safe Start order. The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries recently cited the companies for potentially exposing … ..... Read More.1 day ago