- CelebrityIn The Know
Man discovers girlfriend’s deceitful move while shopping for an engagement ring: 'Looking at her kills me'
A man took to social media to seek advice after learning his girlfriend lied about her location at the very moment he was picking out an engagement ring with the help of her best friend.
- HealthThe Guardian
Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms. UK neurologists publish details of mildly affected or recovering Covid-19 patients with serious or potentially fatal brain conditions
- BusinessThe Telegraph
Buckingham Palace staff are facing the spectre of job cuts amid speculation that the Queen will not come back to London following her summer holiday in Balmoral. The Telegraph has seen an internal memo that lays bare the full implications of the coronavirus crisis for palace staff. As well as seeking voluntary redundancies from the Royal Collection Trust (RCT), which has lost £64 million in income as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, pay is being frozen for all employees while a consultation into the pension scheme is launched. RCT – which derives its income from visitors to the palace – had been expected to make £77 million this year, but the lockdown has caused its earnings to fall to £13 million. Warning that the Royal household "may not be fully operational until 2021", the memo, written by the Lord Chamberlain, Lord Peel, states: "Even when lockdown measures are relaxed, social distancing and changing attitudes to travel will mean that visitor numbers are likely to be reduced for several years." According to one palace source, employees fear that is "the opening salvo to further cuts". "The word is Buckingham Palace is not being opened up any time soon, which has huge implications for staff," said the insider. "The Queen is planning to spend the summer in Balmoral as usual, but after that it's thought she will probably return to Windsor Castle. What that means for staff in London is anyone's guess. A lot of people fear they'll lose their jobs."
- NewsFOX News Videos
A surveillance camera was rolling as a father walking with his daughter across the street was gunned down in the Bronx section of New York City as they traveled home.
- CelebrityEvening Standard
Kate Garraway updates fans on husband Derek Draper’s Covid-19 battle: I was told six times that he was not going to make it
Kate Garraway has revealed her husband Derek Draper is no longer in an induced coma but she does not know what he can feel, see or hear.Earlier this week, the Good Morning Britain Garraway was quoted as saying Draper was on the road to recovery and while he is improving, the presenter admitted it’s unclear “how much better he can get.”