How To Do Laundry In A Pandemic

Celsious, an eco-friendly laundromat in Brooklyn, New York, made major changes to keep customers safe. COVID-19, quarantine, and social distancing changed the way we do pretty much everything — even something as simple as laundry. Luckily, one Brooklyn-based laundromat was uniquely set up to weather the storm. Founded by sisters Corinna and Theresa Williams, Celsious always aimed to offer something

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Boxing judge to be investigated as footage appears to show him using his PHONE during Ritson vs Vazquez title fight

BOXING judge Terry O'Connor is to be investigated by the board of control after appearing to be on his phone during the Lewis Ritson versus Miguel Vazquez fight. And promoter Eddie Hearn has called for the official to be 'removed' if the claims are found to be true. A photo was circulated on social media that appears to show the

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The new shows set to go global as COVID-19 changes TV

TV program buyers are shifting tactics in the wake of a pandemic-disrupted year which has stalled production on high-profile US television shows and put studio audience-powered "shiny floor" entertainment formats out of action. As a result the four-day "virtual" Mipcom, a digital reboot of the world's biggest content sales market, has been busier than expected. The cast of We Children

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Judges to be told what is 'inhuman or degrading' in deportation cases

Judges using human rights laws to block deportations of failed asylum seekers and foreign criminals will be told what constitutes ‘inhuman or degrading treatment’ under Home Office plans New Fair Borders Bill would define ‘inhuman’ or ‘degrading’ in contentious cases Ministers want to remove ‘ambiguity’ around application of human rights laws Deportations hinge on Article Three of European Convention on Human

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Gun dealer admits to killing solicitor wife because of ‘stress of lockdown’ but won’t face murder stand trial

A GUN dealer has admitted shooting dead his solicitor wife at their Suffolk farmhouse but he won't face a murder trial. Prosecutors have accepted that Peter Hartshorne-Jones, 51, was suffering from psychosis made worse by the stress of lockdown when killed his 42-year-old wife Silke. He has pleaded guilty to manslaughter by diminished responsibility, after initially facing murder charges, and

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