Cheap camping holidays in the UK There are so many amazing camping spots across Britain – just think all of those rolling green hills and breathtaking woodlands – but to give you a helping hand we’ve narrowed it down to our picks of the best UK campsites for families.
9. The National Gallery Get a dose of art and culture thanks to the virtual tour on offer from the National Gallery in London. Tour the rooms and wings, and zoom in on the artwork to see some of the highlights (and no need to face the crowds of visitors which usually flock here).
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It is understood the staff member’s duties included walking the Queen’s dogs, corgi-dachshund crosses Candy and Vulcan, and bringing her food – both of which would have brought the pair into close proximity. It is not known, however, when they fell sick.
EULAR president Professor Iain McInnes, of the University of Glasgow, said: ‘EULAR is concerned that the diversion of drug supplies away from people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases may compromise the health of this important and sizeable group of patients in Europe and beyond.
Police in South Africa on Thursday forced the evacuation of hundreds of foreign migrants who had been sheltering in a church premise for months. Wearing riot gear, the police officers broke down the front door of the church and forced their way. The migrants refused to leave the church, demanding that the government relocates them.
Mr Arnold added: “Overall, our poll shows as many as 87 per cent of Brits are proud to be British. This is testament to the resilience of the nation.”