Britons are set to flock to the beaches as mercury hits 79F ahead of heatwave

Britons are set to flock to the beaches again as temperatures rocket to the mid twenties after weeks of rain. Coastal areas are braced for another influx of tourists as the mercury rises to 79F (26C) and pubs open again after lockdown easing last weekend. Most of the country is set to be dry with … Read more Britons are set to flock to the beaches as mercury hits 79F ahead of heatwave

Michael Gove urges Britons to go back to their offices if they can

‘We must fire up the engines of the economy’: Michael Gove urges Britons to go back to their offices if they can amid fears of jobs bloodbath on high street – as ministers prepare to lift advice against using public transport Michael Gove insisted people should now go back into their offices if they can  … Read more Michael Gove urges Britons to go back to their offices if they can

More than 250,000 High Street jobs could be axed as Britons shop online during coronavirus crisis

More than 250,000 High Street jobs could be axed as Britons shop online during the coronavirus crisis. Experts have warned that a slew of store closures at John Lewis and Boots are ‘just the start’. The department store chain will shut eight sites, putting 1,300 jobs in peril, and 4,000 will be lost at the health and … Read more More than 250,000 High Street jobs could be axed as Britons shop online during coronavirus crisis

Britons drink as they take advantage of some good weather after pubs and restaurants reopened

Thirsty Britons continued to lap up the sunshine today as they embraced the eased lockdown rules and fantastic weather. In Battersea, south-west London, people shopped, settled in for a pint and enjoyed dinner at a variety of eateries as Northcote Road area has effectively become pedestrianised to help with social distancing. Meanwhile, nearby Soho, in … Read more Britons drink as they take advantage of some good weather after pubs and restaurants reopened

Britons land in Ibiza as ‘air bridges’ come into force – but will have to wear masks or face fines

British tourists are having to sleep on beaches in Europe after paying for rooms in hotels abroad that are still closed due to coronavirus lockdown By Ryan Fahey For MailOnline  British tourists are having to sleep on beaches in Europe after paying for rooms in hotels abroad that are still closed due to coronavirus lockdown.  Consumer … Read more Britons land in Ibiza as ‘air bridges’ come into force – but will have to wear masks or face fines

Boris Johnson urges Britons to ‘go back into work if they can’

Boris Johnson tonight urged Britons to get back into work – in an apparent shift from the government’s ‘work from home if you can’ edict. The PM suggested people should return to the office if it is ‘safe’ as he held an online Q&A session with members of the public. The comments seem to mark … Read more Boris Johnson urges Britons to ‘go back into work if they can’

Days go slower for 40 per cent of all Britons during the coronavirus lockdown

Days go slower for 40 per cent of all Britons during the coronavirus lockdown — but almost HALF say the weeks fly by FASTER than normal, study finds Previous studies have shown that many factors can affect our time perception These include one’s emotional state and the number of tasks one has to do A … Read more Days go slower for 40 per cent of all Britons during the coronavirus lockdown

Two-thirds of Britons back Boris Johnson’s refusal to ‘take the knee’

Two-third of Britons back Boris Johnson‘s refusal to ‘take the knee’ in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protests. A poll for MailOnline found 67 per cent support the PM’s view that he will not engage in ‘gestures’ and people should not be ‘bullied’ into it. Just 13 per cent opposed Mr Johnson’s stance, according to … Read more Two-thirds of Britons back Boris Johnson’s refusal to ‘take the knee’

Young Britons heading to Ibiza are offered a ‘menu of drugs’ on UK-based WhatsApp groups

British holidaymakers jetting to Ibiza or Majorca will have to wear face masks whenever they leave their hotel rooms, it emerged today. Governors responsible for the Balearic Islands confirmed they were tightening the rules hours after Catalonia became the first Spanish region since the end of the country’s state of emergency to make them obligatory … Read more Young Britons heading to Ibiza are offered a ‘menu of drugs’ on UK-based WhatsApp groups

Britons face more summer rain today with heavy showers

And still it rains! Britons face more summer rain today with heavy showers bringing flood risk tomorrow before sun returns for the weekend Thursday is forecast to see grey cloud cover over England and Wales with chances of drizzle and light rain By Friday this is set to get worse with heavy rain forecast, at … Read more Britons face more summer rain today with heavy showers