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Ditch the fan: how to stay cool when home-working in a heatwave

Ditch the fan: how to stay cool when home-working in a heatwave

This is set to be the hottest week of the year so far. Usually that doesn’t matter, because usually your workplace is comfortably air-conditioned. But now you are working from home, in a residence that has been specifically insulated to remain warm in winter. In short, things are about to get uncomfortable. This is where […]

Tom Kerridge on love, weight loss and the restaurant crisis: ‘There will be some horrific casualties’

Tom Kerridge on love, weight loss and the restaurant crisis: ‘There will be some horrific casualties’

The chef talks about taking up running, his worries for his industry – and why politicians should stop calling restaurant work ‘low-skilled’ “The mix maybe hasn’t risen enough, or the tin is too big,” says Tom Kerridge. “Is it a wholemeal flour?” It’s not every day that an affable Michelin-starred celebrity chef drops by, even if […]

Shopping is back, but not as we know it: a look at the ‘Covid secure’ high street

Shopping is back, but not as we know it: a look at the ‘Covid secure’ high street

All non-essential retailers – including clothes, shoe, toy, book and electronics shops, tailors, auction houses, photography studios and indoor markets – in England were able to reopen this week, provided they had followed UK government guidelines to make them “Covid-secure”. That means reopened shops should have carried out a risk assessment using guidance from the Health and […]

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