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The Best Buy PS5 restock is said to be scheduled for next week, which means we could see the PS5 in stock as soon as Monday.
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Better iPad sales are expected to start Monday, but there here a couple of sweet deals out there this weekend.
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Stocks to buy on Monday: Panic selling has been absorbed well so far in the markets and local investors have taken these sell-offs as an opportunity to add to their positions, say experts
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Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Next week is when Prime Day 2021 begins. We’ll be here early on Monday and continue scouring deals through Tuesday night, bringing you the best deals on the tech we know you’ll like. However, before that, on Sunday, is Father’s Day. If you’ve already gotten a gift for the dad in your life, hopefully you‘ll be able to celebrate together in some manner. But, if you haven’t yet, it’s never too late to get one through our thoughtfully-curated gift guide. Get $150 off Apple’s Magic Keyboard for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro Best Buy is offering a rare discount on the Magic Keyboard for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (that fits even the latest M1-equipped version). Normally $349, it’s $199 for all of Saturday. Usually, it’s just the 11-inch model that sees... Continue reading…
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Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge Prime Day 2021 is kicking off in just a few days. Prime members will get to enjoy exclusive tech and gaming discounts on Amazon. In addition, other retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Target will each be having deals of their own that don’t require a subscription. We’ll be covering the deals in-depth starting Monday morning, June 21st, so join us then. We’re collecting the best early Prime Day deals right here, but here are a few more excellent deals to take us into the weekend. Through Sunday, people who sign up for a free My Best Buy account can get $150 off most of Apple’s last-gen iPad Pro in both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes. This limited-time price cut results in the best prices we’ve seen for the Wi-Fi and LTE-connected... Continue reading…
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The U-turn in shares started Monday after the Economic Times reported that India’s national share depository froze the accounts of three Mauritius-based funds because of insufficient information on the owners.
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Lordstown Motors has dropped itself in a new set of electric truck troubles, admitting that despite what previous announcements may have indicated, the startup still lacks any binding orders for its Endurance EV. The fledgling automaker has spent the week in damage control after both its CEO and CFO quit on Monday amid allegations of misleading investors. Chief executive officer … Continue reading
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All over-18s can book their Covid vaccination from Friday, Matt Hancock has announced.The health secretary said vaccinations would be opened to 18 to 21 year-olds for the first time as part of efforts to jab more people ahead of the delayed final lifting of restrictions on July 19.Hancock told the NHS Confed Conference: “As of this afternoon we have given a first dose of vaccine to four out of every five adults in the United Kingdom.“And the speed of deployment means that tomorrow we can open vaccination to everyone over the age of 18.“I think it’s an incredible achievement on the vaccination side.”NHS chief Sir Simon Stevens first revealed the plan to extend the vaccination programme on Tuesday after Boris Johnson pushed back so-called “freedom day” by four weeks.Stevens said the health service wanted to “finish the job” of vaccinating people over the next month, telling the NHS Confederation conference: “It is now very important that we use the next four weeks to finish the job to the greatest extent possible for the Covid vaccination programme.”The prime minister on Monday said the government aimed to offer all over-50s and the clinically vulnerable their second dose by July 19.As part of these efforts, all over-40s will also be offered a shorter waiting time between their two doses, with the gap cut from eight weeks from twelve.People from younger age groups have also reported being able to bring their second doses forward to around eight weeks after their first, using the NHS website.Related...Boris Johnson Called Matt Hancock ‘Totally F**king Hopeless’ In WhatsApp MessageWhat To Know About The 'Antibody Cocktail' Treatment For CovidThe Problem With Perspex: Why Covid Screens Might Not Be Safe
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When it comes to Gwyneth Paltrow, there’s a decent chance she won’t even remember appearing in a film (our sincerest apologies, Tom Holland) let alone a specific scene or line of dialogue.And, to be fair, there are a handful of Paltrow performances we’d like to forget existed, too ― raise your hand if you’re still scarred from Shallow Hal. But there is one on-screen moment she’ll cherish forever.At the 20th-anniversary screening of Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums on Monday, Paltrow expressed her sincere fondness for a particular scene from the beloved film in discussion with cast members including Owen Wilson, Anjelica Huston and Luke Wilson.In one of the movie’s tenderest moments, Paltrow’s character Margot Tenenbaum steps off the bus, reuniting with her brother Richie (Luke Wilson), for whom she harbours a secret love.Set to Nico’s cover of These Days, the slow-motion sequence ends with the two characters embracing as the song plays on.“My dad was there, and it was this very special day,” Paltrow said of the scene, according to Entertainment Weekly. “I really hate, hate seeing myself in a movie ever. That’s kind of like the only scene that I can watch of myself, like of my whole career.” The actor’s father, Bruce Paltrow, died suddenly in Rome of complications resulting from pneumonia only a year after The Royal Tenenbaums hit theatres.The Goop founder has spoken lovingly about her father, who was a film and television director, throughout the years.In a recent video for Vogue, Paltrow recalled how her dad surprised her by purchasing the jewellery she wore on the red carpet at the 1999 Oscars, where she won her first and only Academy Award.“I wore the earrings and necklace when I got married to Brad in homage to my dad, as a way of keeping him there with us,” she said of her 2018 nuptials to writer and producer Brad Falchuk, before joking, “You guys made me cry, you dicks! I hate crying in public.”Paltrow also reflected on her Tenenbaums character’s particular sense of style and how it has inspired “many a Halloween costume” in the years since.“I think the best thing about how Margot dresses is that it’s totally original and totally enigmatic, which is her,” she said in the video. “She’s really hard to figure out, and that’s what her clothes say.”READ MORE:‘I Was Totally Off The Rails’: Gwyneth Paltrow Admits She Drank Seven Nights A Week And Ate Bread During LockdownGwyneth Paltrow Would Like To Remind You That She Also Dated Ben AffleckGwyneth Paltrow Had The Perfect Meme To Accompany The Launch Of Her Vibrator 'Of Dreams'
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On Monday, the Portugal captain removed two bottles of Coca-Cola kept in front of him at Euro 2020 press conference, encouraging people to drink water instead.
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Boris Johnson called Matt Hancock “totally fucking hopeless” in a WhatsApp message to Dominic Cummings, the former No.10 adviser has claimed.Cummings published what he claimed was a WhatsApp conversation with the prime minister on March 27 2020, just after the UK was ordered into its first coronavirus lockdown.In an initial message, Cummings explained to Johnson that the United States had ramped up Covid testing rapidly while the UK was lagging behind.86/ Evidence on the covid disaster: as the PM said himself, Hancock's performance on testing, procurement, PPE, care homes etc was 'totally fucking hopeless', & his account to MPs was fiction: https://t.co/lur4Ddrddypic.twitter.com/JVGLCSov7v— Dominic Cummings (@Dominic2306) June 16, 2021“US has gone from 2,200 tests a fortnight ago to 27,000 a week ago to 100,000 yesterday,” Cummings wrote at 12.09am.“This is what we said we should do.“Instead we are still stuck on about 5,000-7,000 and Hancock [is] saying today he’s ‘sceptical’ about getting to 10,000 by Monday which he said would ‘definitely’ happen on Tuesday.“This means tens of thousands of NHS staff aren’t at work over the next critical three weeks - apart from my earlier point re: testing being integral to escape plan...”Johnson replied six minutes later: “Totally fucking hopeless”.The screenshot posted by Cummings then showed three missed calls from Johnson at 12.29am, which the aide explained was “the PM calling me to say he’d tested positive [for Covid”.“I couldn’t find my phone buzzing, we spoke minutes later,” he said in a blog.Downing Street and the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) have been approached for comment.This is a breaking news story and will be updated. Follow HuffPost UK on Twitter here, and on Facebook here.
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Bikaner city is going to become the first city in India to launch a door to door Covid vaccination drive on Monday.This drive will vaccinate the people of age 45+ group.The district administration has started a helpline number so that people can register for the slots and people can inform them to provide them vaccines at their door steps.According to the reports , when minimum ten people completed their registration for the jabs.Van will leave from one address to another after providing slots and a medical team also stay with the person for observation.Sixteen primary health centres are also established in the Bikaner where the team of medical staff is also available and they will informed in which area slots are provided.If any person get side effect from vaccine doctors can also monitor them.District Magistrate Namit mehta, Bikaner said that experts are working on finding anticipate third wave of corona virus.And the goal of this ambulance drive is to vaccinate at least 75% senior citizens before arrival of third wave of pandemic.
The Adani Group is having a tumultuous week.Following media reports that three foreign funds that owned over ₹43,500cr ($5.96bn) worth of shares in four Adani Group firms had been frozen, the stocks of all six of the conglomerate's listed companies climbed down.However, following the Group's forceful denunciation of the accusations, its individual stocks recuperated most of their losses.All in all, the intraday day movement for Adani's stocks on Monday was more than 40%.Quite the rollercoaster ride!What's app the hullabaloo about?Click link to know: https://transfin.in/explained-why-adani-group-stocks-fell-on-monday-and-why-it-matters
When June 21 was announced as the potential date for the grand unlocking, clubbing was all anyone could talk about. The government even released a Clip Art-esque graphic, showing two dancers living their best life under a disco ball.But when Boris Johnson announced that the final stage of lockdown would be extended until July 19 during Monday evening’s press conference, not a whisper was made about the nightlife industry. It was “just another kick in the teeth” for the likes of Jeremy Joseph, the owner of G-A-Y, and others in the industry who have been preparing to reopen. “When people talk about hospitality, they talk about bars, they talk about restaurants, but everybody is ignoring nightclubs and actually, it’s the nightclubs that have the biggest costs and the biggest rents,” he tells HuffPost UK. “We’re just completely ignored.”London’s Heaven nightclub, G-A-Y’s largest venue, has been closed as a club since March 14 2020. Although the venue has hosted some smaller, seated events, they’ve had to stick to a capacity of 255. The venue usually hosts up to 1,625 people. “The bills and the majority of costs that you have are the same whether you’re at full capacity or lower capacity, so all we’re doing at the moment is reducing our losses, we’re not making money,” explains Joseph.G-A-Y’s bars, which have been able to reopen under the guidance, have subsidised Heaven to allow the nightclub to stay open, but it’s still been a struggle, he says. “We’re working day by day to survive, every bill we get in, we pay as we go along. We’re trying to keep our heads above water.”Nightclubs across the country have been crippled by the pandemic. A recent report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the Night Time Economy found that over three-quarters (78%) of all employees in the sector had at some point been on furlough. More than half (51%) of nightclubs have been forced to make staff redundant since last year, compared to 32% of bars and 26% of pubs, where restrictions have been less severe. Beyond providing 1.3 million jobs, the night time economy is home to a considerable body of freelance workers, particularly in clubs, where promoters, DJs and bouncers are usually self-employed. However, the report found that only 36% of self-employed nightlife workers have been able to claim the Self Employment Income Support Scheme.It concluded that “without urgent government support, nightlife businesses face extinction.” Joseph doesn’t want to reopen Heaven until it’s safe to do so, but says better financial support for the nightlife industry is urgently needed to keep venues from folding. He’s not convinced clubs will be allowed to go back to 100% capacity after July 19 and says Boris Johnson should create a roadmap for their reopening with incremental stages, rather than promise a date he can’t commit to. “It’s just completely insane. He has absolutely no idea what he’s doing. He doesn’t talk to the industries involved,” says Joseph of the prime minister. “He certainly hasn’t talked to us, and we’ve given him the opportunity many times.”Bill Brewster, who was one of the founding residents at London’s Fabric and has spent more than 30 years working as a promoter and DJ, is also worried about the longterm impact on the industry. He personally lost “thousands of pounds at a stroke” after Monday’s announcement.  They have shown time and again, this government doesn’t give a shit about our industry.Bill Brewster, promoter and DJ“Even a delay of a fortnight would’ve been costly, but this is so much worse,” he tells HuffPost UK. “They have shown time and again, this government doesn’t give a shit about our industry.”Other industries – such as the wedding sector, which launched an awareness campaign, #WhatAboutWeddings – have pointed out disparities in the pandemic guidance. Brewster argues the same can be seen for the nightlife industry. “What really was the point of doing test events which proved transmissibility was relatively low, when we end up in this position?” he asks. “We’re being punished because Boris Johnson was so desperate to make a trade deal with India, that he didn’t close down the borders fast enough.“By all means, change the dates and obey the data, but do not throw a whole industry to the wolves. Where’s the support? Full crowds allowed at Wimbledon where, of course, there are plenty of Tory voters and donors, but nothing for us?”Even for those who have found interim work, the restrictions faced by bars and clubs make for a very different livelihood. Osayuki Omo-Uwamere, who DJs under the name Yuki Love, performs at club nights, as well as celebrity and corporate launch parties. Some of these have continued throughout lockdown, but the atmosphere has changed. “My job is basically to get people to dance and create that atmosphere so it’s a weird one when bouncers are constantly reminding people whilst I’m DJing that they are unable to dance and that if they do they will get kicked out,” she says. “It’s mad.” A lot of the venues and clubs that I DJed in before the pandemic will probably never open their doors again and that’s the sad part.Yuki LoveIf club closures continue, she believes people will find alternative outdoor spaces, venues and pop-ups to enjoy live music and DJing.“We’re seeing that a lot now and I’m DJing at these type of events,” she says. “It’s the club and venue owners who are going to be the most affected by all of this. A lot of the venues and clubs that I DJed in before the pandemic will probably never open their doors again and that’s the sad part.”The lockdown delay also comes as a blow to avid clubbers like Ellie Campbell, 27, and based in Dalston, London. She moved to the capital specifically for the nightlife and thinks the latest extension “really oversteps the line”.“Considering the June date has been set in stone for such a long time, it’s adding insult to injury for those who have waited patiently to get back to normality and expand their networks again. Until clubbing and live music returns, social lives for those in their 20s are still seriously curbed by the restrictions,” says Campbell.“I do have concerns about how nightlife will ever recover without adequate government support for the industry, which doesn’t seem to be a priority. Myself and my peers have made sacrifices about our living and work spaces to enjoy the vibrant nightlife of the big city, so 18 months on and to still be in this situation just makes me feel we’re in suspended animation and are very much being treated as an afterthought. ” HuffPost UK put the concerns raised by our interviewees to the government, asking specifically about the lack of financial support businesses say they’ve received. A Treasury spokesperson said that local authorities have nearly £1bn of discretionary grant funding remaining, which they’re encouraged to use to support nightclubs and other hard-hit businesses.“Nightclubs have received Restart Grants worth up to £18,000 per venue to support them over the past few months,” they added. “Nightclubs will also benefit from business rates relief worth 75% across the whole year for most businesses, a VAT cut, and the furlough scheme.  “We are committed to helping businesses and individuals through the pandemic and deliberately went long with our support to provide certainty over the coming months.”But the question remains, if the industry does survive, will it have any workers left? The APPG report found that 85% of people working in the nightlife sector are considering leaving it.Joseph says the mental health impact on workers has been catastrophic. He personally lives alone and hasn’t been able to enjoy other lockdown restrictions easing because he can’t afford to test positive and have to self-isolate at the moment. Lockdown continues for him, without contact with friends and family. “He [Boris Johnson] makes me feel worthless. He makes what I do feel like it’s worth nothing,” he says. “At the moment I’m working seven days a week to just survive and I’m done. I was done months ago. My love for this job has completely gone and I will never get it back. I just want to escape now. I don’t want to be here any more. And [Johnson] has done that by the way he’s treated people and the way he’s treated this industry.” Useful websites and helplinesMind, open Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm on 0300 123 3393.Samaritans offers a listening service which is open 24 hours a day, on 116 123 (UK and ROI - this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill).CALM (the Campaign Against Living Miserably) offer a helpline open 5pm-midnight, 365 days a year, on 0800 58 58 58, and a webchat service.The Mix is a free support service for people under 25. Call 0808 808 4994 or email [email protected] Mental Illness offers practical help through its advice line which can be reached on 0808 801 0525 (Monday to Friday 10am-4pm). More info can be found on rethink.org.READ MORE:Coronavirus Is Threatening LGBTQ Businesses. 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You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.It’s barely three weeks since Dominic Cummings gave his evidence to MPs, yet it already feels like a long time ago. Boris Johnson’s former chief adviser may have electrified Westminster but he left the public just shrugging its shoulders in contempt, leaving barely a trace.Still, Cummings’ real impact may have been in highlighting the need for the PM to be extra-cautious about Covid, heeding the warning signs when case numbers spike and forcing him to really listen to his medical and scientific advisers.We also have Cummings’ testimony to thank for getting on record Johnson’s frustration last autumn that he hadn’t acted more like “the Mayor from Jaws”. And today, Labour pounced on that phrase to ram home what it thinks is one of his biggest blunders of the pandemic: not closing the borders to India.In possibly his best speech since taking the job of shadow home secretary, Nick Thomas-Symonds said that the 14 day delay in putting India on the “red list” was a “fortnight of failure” driven by Johnson’s desire to have a photo-op with Narendra Modi. It was not the India variant, nor the Delta variant, but “the Johnson variant”.Moreover, Thomas-Symonds said Johnson’s Jaws mayor tribute act had had tragic consequences with “British people..attacked in their thousands” by the shark of Covid. He even conjured up the image of Keir Starmer as police chief Martin Brody from that same movie: “eyes on the shark, doing everything to keep people safe”.Some in Labour have been pushing hard for months to ram home this attack line about the need for tighter borders. It turns Johnson’s “take back control” Brexit mantra into a judo throw aimed at knocking him off his balance. Allied with more state funded support for the aviation and travel industry, it is at least a coherent strategy and one that anticipated imports like the Delta variant.Though it avoids the “hindsight” charge, there are pitfalls. One risk is that Labour can appear to be banking on the virus outpacing the vaccines in coming weeks, in the hope of proving itself right about Johnson’s border failure. Without careful handling, that could turn out to be an even worse look than an opposition which relies on increases in unemployment to win power.Then again, as I mentioned last night, there is a real risk entailed in the PM claiming July 19 is a “terminus” date. Michael Gove highlighted the implicit logic of that approach this morning when he refused to deny that hundreds of deaths would now be tolerated once the final unlocking happens.“Hundreds” is of course much less than the “thousands” (or “tens of thousands” the PM referred to at one point yesterday) that would have died if the June 21 unlocking had gone ahead. Yet the Sage papers released on Monday night made for grim reading. Even with a five-week delay, one model estimates between 31,200 and 62,900 extra deaths by December 31.Those death numbers are much, much higher than the worst winter flu outbreaks, even though that’s the comparison increasingly made by ministers. On ConHome’s Moggcast, Jacob Rees-Mogg said “you can’t run society just to stop the hospitals being full”, but he also said deaths were the key metric - and on this measure the Indian variant could yet wreak havoc.Rees-Mogg has proved he has more lives than Gavin Williamson in his current post and that may in part be because he reflects the lockdown sceptic views of some backbenchers. The PM too is more of a Mayor Vaughn than a Chief Brody. He is clearly braced for more fatalities, the question remains just how many he will tolerate, and whether he will tell us what the number is.But just how many excess deaths will the public tolerate? The phrase you’ll hear in coming weeks is that we all have to “learn to live with” Covid. For the families of those who fall prey to this awful virus, that may sound like learning to die with Covid. And even Boris Johnson’s famed political skills may have trouble with that soundbite.Related...Boris Johnson Condemns ‘Disgraceful’ Video Of BBC’s Nicholas Watt Being Chased By Anti-Lockdown ProtestersRees-Mogg Lambasted Over Claim Lockdown Can’t Continue ‘Just To Stop The Hospitals Being Full’Adele Pays Tribute To Victims And Survivors Of Grenfell Tower Fire On Fourth Anniversary Of Tragedy
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