The whole of Oxfordshire will be placed under Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions after the end of the national lockdown next week, the Government has announced.
Katharine Spurrier muses over the importance of the arts and creativity during this second, less Rosé-fuelled lockdown.
The North Indian Garlic Chilli Chicken was pleasingly spicy – enough to feel the heat, but not so much that one feels they’ve entered the seventh circle of hell. Meanwhile, the Lamb Saag proved a revelation – creamy and rich, yet satisfying rather than cloying.
Carol Jones rotes about the lockdown protests in Manchester.
UK universities will be asked to manage an “evacuation” of students in early December, amid fears that students will not be able to return home for the Christmas holidays because of coronavirus. The Department for Education has said that students will be asked to return home in a “travel window” between December 3rd and 9th, Read More…
I learnt that scheduling weekly calls with a friend is useful for preserving one’s sanity, but similarly beneficial is the intermittent sharing of amusing cat memes.
Helena Aeberli and Riana Modi explore the impact of lockdown on their planned Trinity term show, and how they are adapting to a new form of theatre with their upcoming show “Simulacrum”.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced the introduction of a second national lockdown to combat the spread of Covid-19 in the UK.
The city of Oxford will move into Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions from 00:01 on Saturday 31 October, it has been announced. This puts the city under the ‘High’ COVID Alert level, having previously been listed under ‘Medium’, despite objections from local council leaders. Under the new Tier 2 restrictions, people in Oxford will not be Read More…
In an ITV interview this week, Rishi Sunak suggested that musicians were ‘unviable’ and that they should start should looking for other jobs. Carol Jones on the danger of this assumption.