“In the second game, I was on the fine leg boundary and he’s sitting there, just staring at me and was like ‘Kesericcccc’. I mean obviously he beat me in the last game so he can do what he wants, he is on top...’Kesriccc’ (he went again), I am like I can’t wait for this guy to come and bat. A wicket falls and I am like I am really ready for this guy to come in because I want to get this guy out so badly tonight. I am confident enough that I will get him out,” Williams explained. … [Read more...] about ‘You got me in Jamaica the last time, it won’t happen here’: Kesrick Williams narrates details of his battle with Virat Kohli
Perhaps even more telling is the Indeed website, where staff rate their employer. One of the most recent posts is entitled: “If you like ripping people off this companies [sic] for you!”. Another, posted last November, says the company should be shut down and adds: “They charge customers a ridiculous amount of money just to show up.” … [Read more...] about A plumber charged hundreds without a quote or invoice
In brief, you’ll get whatever you and your wife agree you will get. If you don’t think that just the two of you will be able to come to an agreement, you might want to consider using the services of a mediator who can help you come to an agreement without taking sides. However, mediation is not relationship counselling which you might also want to consider as a way of relieving the pressure on your marriage so that divorce is not inevitable. … [Read more...] about My marriage is in crisis and I’m wondering who has more rights on the property
Vautrey said the approach was more environmentally friendly and was often more convenient for patients, allowing them to access appointments at home or at work. He said, however, that physical examinations remained an important option both for clinicians and patients, while remote consultations could take longer than those in person. … [Read more...] about GP appointments by phone and video surge during coronavirus lockdown
It’s time, Mr Dowden, you faced up to a simple truth: artists know much more about the arts than politicians. So far the most practical plan for the theatre has come from Sam Mendes, who has made numerous recommendations: increasing the theatre’s tax-relief scheme from 20% to 50%, inviting the government to become theatrical “angels” by investing in productions, challenging the streaming services to put money into an industry from which they directly benefit. Have you spoken to Sir Sam about his ideas? Have you co-opted him onto the cultural renewal taskforce you have set up? Or are you simply fiddle-faddling while Rome burns? … [Read more...] about Dear Oliver Dowden, have you even begun to grasp the scale of our arts crisis?