The questions 1 What protest began at a 49ers v Chargers game in 2016?2 Mobile numbers 07700 900000 to 900999 are used for what?3 Who are the proud parents of X Æ A-XII?4 Which marsupials established a colony in the Peak District?5 The sarsen trilithons are part of which site?6 In parliament, what are the “usual channels”?7 Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford was based on which town?8 What are stored in jewel cases?What links: Key Largo; The Drowning Pool; Dead Again; 10 Mariner 10; Messenger; BepiColombo 11 1535 and 1542; 1707; 1800?12 Pastern; fetlock; cannon; hock; gaskin?13 Sunken fence; Barry and Paul Elliott; 14 Staircase, Milan; Phoenix, Venice; 15 Matilda; Valentine; Crusader; Cromwell; Comet? … [Read more...] about Which marsupials established a colony in the Peak District? The Weekend quiz
“We hear young people’s experiences and attitudes in our interactive sessions. There tends to be a polarisation: at one end of the spectrum, you have young people who may be a bit laissez-faire about problem gambling, who are not that worried about it – maybe they have parents who gamble and don’t see it as a risk. At the other end, interestingly, you have young people who are fairly moralistic, who, at that time in their life, are very resistant to the idea of gambling. From our point of view, both ends of the spectrum are at risk. Young people who are judgmental of people who gamble – their attitudes will change; there’s a risk in that they might have an increased chance of experiencing shame or reluctance to seek help,” she says. … [Read more...] about ‘My son was shaking, trying not to go online’: how the gambling industry got its claws into children
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'We all agree that right now this is the right time for people all over the world, from all walks of life, to be at home, indoors, with their loved ones (washing our hands five times a day),' he said. … [Read more...] about Hollywood legend is spotted in Cairns with a very different look than his usual suave red carpet style… so do you recognise him?
To an extent, the concept of a hybrid space, mixing work and play environments in a way that allows a healthy dose of both, is what Uncle's "vertical neighborhoods" already offer. In the same central London building as Salim Hashmi, lives Jessica Popplewell, who shares a studio flat with her partner; like Hashmi, she jokes that her mother's first visit to the apartment came with the comment that "our bed is essentially in the kitchen". … [Read more...] about Remote working: How the biggest change to office life will happen in our homes