Revive London’s West End with culture vouchers, urges thinktank

It is proposing culture vouchers for theatre discounts, once indoor performances restart, modelled on the government’s successful “eat out to help out” scheme, which offered discounted meals to diners during August. Reduced prices are intended to encourage attendance by the less well-off, while increasing spending in nearby cafes, restaurants and bars.

ISIS Beatles WILL be tried in US over beheading of British and American captives in Syria after Supreme Court ends block on UK sharing vital evidence with America

Inmate Eric Rudolph, who bombed an Atlanta car park while the city was hosting the summer Olympics in 1996, once claimed that the isolation was driving him insane. ‘It is a closed-off world designed to isolate inmates from social and environmental stimuli, with the ultimate purpose of causing mental illness and chronic physical conditions such […]

Prezzo, Pizza Hut and string of Mayfair and Belgravia restaurants join growing list of venues funding their own extension of Rishi Sunak’s meal deal scheme into September

The group said it decided to only reopen restaurants it believes will not lose money, even if sales are significantly reduced, in order ‘to avoid putting the entire business and every job at risk’.

Pizza Hut and string of Mayfair and Belgravia restaurants join growing list of venues funding their own extension of Rishi Sunak’s meal deal scheme into September

The group said it decided to only reopen restaurants it believes will not lose money, even if sales are significantly reduced, in order ‘to avoid putting the entire business and every job at risk’.

New Zealand demands Australia takes back evil terrorist Brenton Tarrant – so families of his victims don’t have to pay $1.6million A YEAR to fund his lifetime behind bars

Survivors arrive for the sentencing of Brenton Tarrant, the gunman being sentenced for 51 counts of murder, 40 counts of attempted murder and one terrorism charge after attacks on two mosques last year, at the High Court in Christchurch, New Zealand on August 27

Seaside towns lead the march back to normality: Interactive map shows how places like Blackpool and Southend are beginning to bustle with shoppers and office staff… while Britain’s cities lag behind

Under lockdown, 96 per cent of staff were working from home. Only 1,200 are now back in the office. Company has said it is taking a ‘measured, step-by-step’ approach. It said it intends 80 per cent of staff to spend ‘a day or two per fortnight’ in the office in future.

Coronavirus: Restaurants extend discount dining into September

Nationwide: Pizza Pilgrims Stonehouse Pizza Carvert London Applebee’s Fish Burger & Lobster Popina The Mayfair Chippy Roka Mayfair NAC (north Audley kitchen) Comptoir Kai Horse & Groom pub Pantechnicon l’ETO London Boisdale Jones Family Kitchen Hunan Peggy Porschen La Poule Pot The Duke of Wellington (pub) UNI Restaurant Shack-Fuyu Flesh & Buns Arabica José Pizzaro […]

Coronavirus: Which parts of the UK are recovering fastest after lockdown?

And, even though movement patterns in the UK are still far from normal, the return of children to school could encourage people back into the workplace – or we might be developing a new way of living.

We don’t need a new normal, we desperately need to return to the old one

This week the actress, right, seems to have been sent out by the Duchess to spread more bile on Twitter about “the true colonising spirit of Britain’s white, patriarchal media”.

TV chef Nick Nairn picks out Britain’s top 12 Indian restaurants

Jewel in The Crown, Aberdeen NICK says: “It’s all family here – the dad is in the kitchen and he’s a bit of a hard taskmaster and has three sons out on the floor.