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Prince Philip is expected to stay in hospital until at least the end of the week.
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This week, Spain has made the most promising sounds yet that it is in negotiations to set up a ‘green corridor’ with the UK to unlock summer holidays. Spain’s Tourism Minister Fernando Valdés confirmed that Spain was in “discussions” with the UK and told Bloomberg: “For us the British market is our main market. But obviously since we are a member of the European Union, the solutions have first to be part of the discussions in the EU. “And obviously if that cannot be reached, we will be thinking of other corridors like green corridors with third countries that can help us restart tourism flows.” While holidays are off the cards right now, under Boris Johnson’s roadmap international holidays could resume from May 17. Anyone booking should heed the advice of our consumer expert, Nick Trend, who has tips on insurance and cancellation policies. For anyone looking to take a punt on an escape to Spain this summer, we have mined the knowledge of three of our Spain experts – Sally Davies, Annie Bennett and John Wilmott – who have picked out ten beautiful spots to avoid the crowds in Spain. Benidorm’s hinterland, Valencia While value-package tourists slip on sandals to enjoy the beach of Europe’s biggest holiday resort (Benidorm), others are donning hiking boots a few miles inland. The 4,600ft (1,400m) Puig Campana (Bell Hill), six miles from the skyscrapers, is a top spot for walkers. It has a distinctive notch that is characteristic of the malformed peaks that rise above the empty, rocky valleys of this region.
‘Mothers are livid. We’ve had enough!’ The pregnant women being forced out of the workplace. Joeli Brearley, founder of the charity Pregnant Then Screwed, says the pandemic has caused a surge of discrimination against pregnant women and mothers at work. She explains what needs to be done to fight back
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The way we shop in stores is fast evolving in many different ways. 'Experiential' may be an overused word in the retail industry, but it is crucial to attract and engage with modern customers today. By introducing pop-ups and interesting partnership with labels, stores like Dover Street Market Singapore provide a new form of shopping experience for their customers by inspiring them with a world of art and storytelling. Just step into their store at Dempsey Hill, and a Rei Kawakubo installation will greet you with neon lights. There is also a pop-up section featuring every skaters' favourite brand Stussy. Other labels that are launching exclusively with an SS21 limited-edition collection include DSM Converse Jack Purcell CDG x Vans Old Skool, LX Dada x D’heygere, Converse x Carhartt WIP, Gucci DSM Specials, i-D 40th Anniversary, Stüssy Laguna Beach Parfum and Year of the Ox SS21 collections. SS21 collections and new arrivals are now available in-store at Dover Street Market Singapore and on the DSMS E-SHOP.
Given how often it gets mentioned by sports commentators, it’s remarkable that Hadrian’s Wall has never actually marked the Anglo-Scottish border. Indeed – although it comes within an eloping couple of Gretna – at other points it lies over 60 miles distant. More remarkable still is that many south (and even north) of the border don’t realise that Scotland has its own Hadrian’s Wall in the shape of the 39-mile Vallum Antonini. The Antonine Wall stands alongside its more illustrious sibling on Unesco’s World Heritage list; unheralded, begging exploration. As a Scot I am ashamed to admit I had traced the Romans from Amiens to Zurich, but not delved deep into ‘our wall’; not until the Covid cage enclosed us all, forcing more local adventures. Of course I knew the Romans from school. Unlike the World Wars they were not black and white, their blood-red tunics seared in my imagination. I learned of wolves as unlikely parents, but never dreamt the very northern frontier of the Roman Empire – the last frontier wall the Romans ever built – lay largely ignored a few miles from my front door.
Children around the world have lost more than a third of the standard global 190-day school year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Save the Children said on Tuesday.
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