Fake Newstatesman: Scruton Fires Back After Leftist Hit Job, Tory Back-stab

Do as you like. But do not pretend this is journalism. This is activism. That’s fine too. Activism can be good or bad. Couple this with your half-quotes from Scruton & the fact that you deleted this image when you realised how bad it looks, and this is rather dishonest activism. pic.twitter.com/cRlzyilpFy

Monty Python star Michael Palin, 76, undergoes four-hour heart surgery

The legendary comedian and broadcaster continued: “My chest won’t really be ready for any gold medallions for at least six weeks, and I’m told the ticker, which enlarges to deal with the extra work-load from dysfunctional valves, may take a year to return to normal size.”

Heathrow boss warns government’s Covid quarantine policy is ‘strangling’ economy and ‘costing jobs and livelihoods’ as airport reports 82% fall in passenger numbers

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‘Let’s have some fun!’ Gordon Ramsay announces he will reopen a second London restaurant… days after relaunching River Thames venue for takeaway food

Alec Shelbrooke said there were questions over whether Ramsay had exploited taxpayers, adding: ‘It will have to be carefully looked at whether the scheme was used to increase the profits of the company.’

Pizza Hut will shut 29 of its 240 UK restaurants in restructuring plans that puts 450 jobs at risk after suffering ‘significant disruption’ from pandemic

The scale of the Covid-19 jobs bloodbath has been laid bare as new research suggests more than half of medium-sized businesses are planning job cuts as the Government’s Job Retention Scheme comes to an end in October.

Pizza Hut to close 29 restaurants, putting 450 jobs at risk

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Rush hour congestion in London soars by 25% in a week and is now HIGHER than this time last year as motorists contend with roadwork chaos, closed bridges and covid traffic measures

The British Medical Association said: ‘It now seems illogical, with infections remaining above 2,500 a day, to delay the new measures around social gatherings until after the weekend, when people will want to meet up, and risk spreading the virus further.’

Heckling of London mayor Sadiq Khan during protest condemned

Last year, it was revealed that the 49-year-old Labour politician had to be given round-the-clock police protection after receiving a number of death threats. The measure was taken after City Hall referred 17 cases to the police in a three-month period with a further 237 separate threats made to Khan via social media.

Capita to hire 900 staff to manage London congestion charge

“These new contracts will see us build on our existing partnership, which has already seen us launch ULEZ on time and on budget, and will draw on our track record of transformation and digitally enabled services, as well as adding value for our shareholders,” Lewis said.

True scale of Britain’s jobs bloodbath revealed: Thousands of firms planned more than 300,000 redundancies in June and July as coronavirus pandemic ravaged workplaces

September 4 – Virgin Atlantic – 1,150   September 3 – Costa – 1,650  September 2 – Heathrow – 1,200 August 27 – Pret a Manger – 2,800 (includes 1,000 announced on July 6) August 26 – Gatwick Airport – 600  August 25 – Co-operative bank – 350  August 20 – Alexander Dennis – 650  August […]