Staff dust off chandeliers ahead of Semi-State rooms opening

Dusting off HM’s drawing rooms! Windsor Castle staff wearing backpack vacuums to clean chandeliers ahead of a six-month exhibition of the opulent Semi-State Rooms Windsor Castle will open its Semi-State Rooms, which include Crimson Drawing Room to the public tomorrow Chandeliers of gilt bronze and cut-glass are being dusted with care by staff in preparation of rooms opening They are […]

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Shop staff fear rise in abuse when mandatory face masks end on July 19

Shop staff fear a rise in abuse from customers when mandatory face masks end on July 19 – while Aldi and Morrisons are among retailers calling for clarity over new ‘advisory’ rules British Retail Consortium wants clearer guidance from Government on mask use Chief Helen Dickinson warns of divide among masked and unmasked shoppers  Shops need to know what is […]

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Care home staff ‘legally required to get Covid jab’ to protect residents under new plans

CARE home staff will soon be legally required to get a Covid jab to protect residents.  Ministers are set to confirm they are pushing ahead making vaccinations mandatory for most of the 1.5 million people working in social care in England. 🔵 Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates They are also considering extending the move to all NHS […]

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Morrisons staff call cops after maskless disabled shopper refuses to wear 'yellow sticker' proving he's exempt

MORRISONS staff have sparked fury after threatening to call police when a disabled customer refused to wear a yellow sticker so he could shop without a face mask. The supermarket giant has launched an investigation after footage showed a security guard telling the shopper he would need to wear a sticker to identify himself as someone with a face mask […]

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Police deny that port staff in Northern Ireland are under threat

Police deny that port staff in Northern Ireland are under threat over post-Brexit border checks after graffiti called them ‘targets’ Inspections on GB goods entering Belfast and Larne were stopped last week  Province’s most senior police chief said there was no evidence of serious threat  The DUP has since been accused of withdrawing staff to whip up tensions  Police in […]

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Over 70s, NHS staff among 13 million who will get Covid jab by mid-February to ease lockdown, vows Boris

THE most vulnerable Brits will be vaccinated against Covid by mid-February, Boris Johnson said tonight – as he announced a third national lockdown. All those over the age of 70, NHS staff and care home residents are among the 13.9 million who will be offered the jab in the next six weeks, the PM said. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live […]

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