Thousands of London restaurants have signed up to the government’s half-price-grub scheme, Eat Out to Help Out, which entitles to get 50 per cent off the cost of food when eating Monday to Wednesday in August. That’s a lot of great deals to navigate.
Lockdown has been an exceptionally stressful time for the nation. So, it’s no surprise that during this period the UK drank more than usual.
Free travel on London’s transport for under-18s will stop after October half-term, according to government plans.
London is at a “critical time” in fighting Covid-19, a world health chief warned as figures showed the number of new cases edging up in two-thirds of boroughs. Dr David Nabarro, the World Health Organisation’s […]
If you were ordering a takeaway meal, you might not expect a prison to offer its services.
The world’s biggest online retailer plans to swoop on London’s high streets in a takeover of mini-marts and bookshops that will see them equipped with automated customer-tracking technology; it has been reported.