It has been announced that food workers in the UK will be exempt from Covid isolation rules as the government tries to tackle potential food shortages. Product availability has become an issue as more supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers are forced to self-isolate. However, the government now says these workers can do daily tests regardless of their vaccination status.
Transport Minister Grant Shapps yesterday outlined plans to relax quarantine rules for double-jabbed travellers returning from abroad. The changes mean those who have had both Covid jabs can return from amber list countries without the need to quarantine from 19th July.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps will today set out new international travel rules for Brits that have had both doses of the Covid vaccine. He is preparing to make a statement to MPs and will later reveal the details for fully vaccinated travellers returning from amber list countries not requiring to quarantine.
What do you look out for before making a purchase? Do brand values matter to you? Do you even know what “brand values” are what it means?! According to new research, nearly three-quarters of us actively consider brand values before we buy. Where do you stand on this?
56% of people planning to holiday in the UK are planning to go, or have been camping this year, which is an increase of around a third since 2019. New research from TentBox paints a fascinating picture of how we plan to travel this year and the motivation behind it.
The explosive footage of Matt Hancock in a passionate clinch with an aide has resulted in his resignation. However, investigations are underway as cabinet ministers question how a camera came to be concealed in a smoke alarm in his ministerial office.
Social media platforms like TikTok are often associated with the younger generation. While youngsters continue to earn the most from their social media activities, data shows that “Granfluencers” with an average age of 84 are also making a mint from their TikTok content.
The boss of frozen supermarket giant Iceland has urged shoppers not to start panic buying. He admitted that while there were some problems with staffing and availability issues, photos of empty shelves that have recently emerged are ‘isolated incidents,' and shoppers should not feel pressured to start panic buying.