Dr. Deborah Birx, a member of Trump's coronavirus task force, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is working on a recommendation about masks to add to U.S. guidelines on how Americans can best protect themselves. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Trump tests negative for second time after ‘taking test out of curiosity’
The second time around
Compiled with perfectly spiced and tender shredded beef, and served with a mouthwatering side of classic refried beans, buttery scrambled eggs, and fresh and fluffy tortillas, this breakfast spread ticks all the boxes for our adventurous chefs, and inspires them to create a Mexican-inspired feast of their own – an English fry-up with a fiesta twist. … [Read more...] about Ay caramba! Gordon, Gino and Fred are off on another culinary adventure – and this time they’re heading across the Atlantic: first stop, Mexico!
Asked about trolley searches on talkRADIO today, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: 'That is not appropriate, let me be clear on that. That is not the guidance.' She added that MPs are not considering tougher lockdown restrictions, and insisted officers should always use a 'common sense' approach and continue to police by consent. … [Read more...] about Cornish locals block roads to visitors and motorhome is stopped on way to Lake District as second home owners continue to flock to rural areas during coronavirus lockdown amid fears of tourist influx over 75F Easter weekend
'A good quality kitchen was important to me, I insisted on solid wood cupboard doors so that they will last for many years, and they can be repainted in the future as well. Other indulgences in the kitchen were the quartz worktops, the brass boiling water tap and brass hardware. … [Read more...] about Mother reveals how she completely transformed her rundown 1950s home into a tranquil ultra-modern space for £50,000 – and kept costs down with second-hand decor from charity shops and eBay
The police force, as one of the sentinels of democracy, should be applauded and encouraged for being a crucial interface between the government and the public at this time of national emergency. However, there are three lessons for the future. First, police training schools should include medical emergency and police responses in their syllabus, which would call for a paradigm change in protocols and accoutrements. … [Read more...] about Policing in the times of Covid-19