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Comedian Michael Spicer has said the incompetence of politicians in recent years handed him his career “with a little bow on top”.Spicer shot to fame in 2019 with his satirical sketches about a political adviser speaking in the ear of public figures as their interviews, using real-life footage, invariably fall apart.However, the 42-year-old from Kent has said he could retire the character if politics changes direction, starting with Donald Trump losing the US election in November.“Because these incompetent idiots have essentially given me my career… they’ve handed it to me with a little bow on top,” he told the PA news agency.“I think if Joe Biden gets in that’s a massive source of material that’s gone.“It’s not like Joe Biden is a foolproof president… but with Trump out the picture it would diminish for sure.“I think once he is out the picture that could be the catalyst for things swinging in a different direction.“Then I would probably retire the character or at least semi-retire him because what would be there for me to parody?” the room next door - President Trump and the Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/LTYYYIYUMi— Michael Spicer (@MrMichaelSpicer) March 2, 2020Spicer said his stardom began as “an accident” last year after he saw an interview in which the Prime Minister claimed he makes model buses to relax.“When I saw it I thought wow he really looks like he’s waiting for an answer to come into his ear,” said Spicer, who was at work as a copywriter at the time.“I thought well alright, once I’ve had dinner and loaded the dishwasher and put the children to bed, if I have some time in the evening I might as well just do it.”Grabbing some box files Spicer sat in his living room and shot the video on his phone, which was propped up on a stack of his children’s books.Millions of views and hundreds of thousands of online followers later, Spicer is now releasing a book, The Secret Political Adviser: The Unredacted Files Of The Man In The Room Next Door, offering a deeper insight into the adviser’s world.the room next door pic.twitter.com/EoTO3jUTEo— Michael Spicer (@MrMichaelSpicer) June 25, 2019Written in the format of a “leaked hard drive” of diary entries, emails and texts, the story sees the character heading a secret organisation called Axworthy which is in the ear of politicians across the world.Set for release on October 1, it begins in 2016 with David Cameron’s resignation following the UK’s vote to leave the EU – which began a shift in political comedy, according to Spicer.“The last four years is just reacting to the actual news events,” he said.“Spitting Image has come along now and creates sketches and scenarios, but that doesn’t seem to be the way satire is going – because how can you parody Boris Johnson and Donald Trump? How can you parody these living caricatures?”Asked what he would like to say if he could actually be in the ear of the Prime Minister or the US president, Spicer said: “I would simply say you do not have the adequate expertise, knowledge or understanding of your position and you should resign immediatelyJohnson, Priti Patel and even the Dalai Lama have featured on the Room Next Door but asked for his favourite public figure to work with, Spicer said Health Secretary Matt Hancock.“He ums and ahs and kind of leaves these excruciating gaps when he’s talking,” he added.“Which for me is perfect… because that’s excellent for editing.“But ideally, I wish he wasn’t in charge of the NHS.”Spicer said before the Room Next Door he did not listen to politicians talking because he found it “so excruciating”.the room next door - Matt Hancock and the Diversity of Thought pic.twitter.com/fuoujb0MBM— Michael Spicer (@MrMichaelSpicer) June 11, 2020“I’m not sure I really heard Trump say a word before he came president… I would see him and just think oh god this is just a foghorn blaring out nonsense,” he said.Aside from buying a tripod, Spicer said the way he makes his videos has barely changed but, after a successful show on BBC Radio 4 this year, he now has plans for television.“Obviously, I can’t say too much… I don’t think I’d want to just do a sitcom about him because I think that’s boring,” he added.He is also planning a live show next year, following on from the tour he embarked on in February before lockdown began.Related... 9 Times British Politics Was So Absurd In 2019, You Laughed And Then Wept With Despair Led By Donkeys Play PM's Lockdown Speech Right Outside Dominic Cummings' Home
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We’re here to guide you through the coronavirus pandemic. Sign up to the Life newsletter for daily tips, advice, how-tos and escapism.When the sun was shining, it wasn’t difficult to have a socially-distanced social life, with a park or beer garden as the backdrop. But now, as autumn closes in, we’re starting to head inside – just as UK Covid-19 cases are rising. Earlier this week, Dr Ben Neuman, an associate professor at the University of Reading, said the move indoors “may not be likely to drive up Covid-19 numbers on its own”. Instead, he told PA that our changing behaviour poses the problem, as we begin to spend more time in places where face masks aren’t mandatory, such as restaurants, and swap “bring your own” picnics for communal dinner parties. READ MORE: Why You Should Embrace Autumn, Even If You're Feeling A Little Wobbly For those concerned about the big move indoors, HuffPost UK asked leading experts in respiratory disease, immunology and hygiene for their top tips to reduce the risks.  Remember, the current government guidelines state that no more than two households should be present when you’re socialising indoors, at home or at the pub. At certain larger venues – such as wedding venues – groups of up to 30 people are permitted.  1. Wear a face maskBy now, you’re probably used to wearing a face mask on public transport and in the supermarket, but Dr Jenna Macciochi, an immunologist based at the University of Sussex, recommends wearing a face covering “in any situation where you are indoors and can’t keep at least 1m from people outside of your family bubble”.2. Consider seating arrangementsProfessor Sally Bloomfield, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, acknowledges that while face masks are the best option, people are unlikely to wear them when visiting friends and family in the home. In this situation, she says you should strive to maintain social distancing “as much as possible”. This includes avoiding hugs and thinking about where you sit. “If you’re sitting in a lounge area, make sure you’ve got enough chairs so people aren’t sitting close together on sofas. If you’ve got a dinner table, make sure that people are properly spaced,” she says.“Even grouping people at the table, you should try and do things like put one household at one end of the table and the other at the opposite end.”READ MORE: Can You Catch Covid-19 More Than Once? 3. Choose home over the pubIf you’re split between meeting a mate at the pub or inviting them over for a beer, choose the latter, says Dr Julian Tang, a consultant virologist and Professor in the Department of Respiratory Sciences at University of Leicester.“Avoid crowded indoor spaces if possible, where there is poor ventilation and where people are unlikely to be wearing masks, like bars, pubs and restaurants,” he says. “If there are many people inside, the probability that someone may be infected is higher and the smaller air volume is less able to dilute the virus.” 4. Opt for venues with high ceilings If you are meeting outside the home, try to avoid indoor spaces with low ceilings, adds Dr Tang. “Large open indoor areas with high ceilings like churches, concert halls, cinemas, theatres have larger air volumes to dilute any airborne virus – which is convected upwards by people’s body heat – away from their breathing zones. High ceilings can allow for this. However the ventilation is not always good in these indoor recreational spaces.”5. Open the windowBoth Dr Tang and Professor Bloomfield recommend cracking open a window if you’re indoors with others, even if it means grabbing that spare jumper. This is easier at home, but you can also try to grab a window seat at the pub/restaurant. “Any airborne virus concentration will gradually increase if the ventilation is poor,” explains Dr Tang. 6. Avoid public transport  Whether you’re travelling to work or a mate’s house, avoid public transport where you can. “Wake a little earlier and enjoy the walk or cycle to work, see it as part of your daily movement,” says Dr Macciochi. “Public transport due to the proximity and shared surfaces make it a perfect place for viruses to spread.  Avoid any non-essential journeys on public transport.”7. Do not share food If you’re hosting a lunch or dinner party, small adjustments such as putting out two bowls of crisps (one for each household) rather than one central bowl can make a big difference, says Professor Bloomfield. At dinner, avoid passing around communal crockery such as dishes of vegetables, she adds, where one person will touch the bowl and spoon after the other. “If you’re the host, plate up the food in the kitchen with hands that you have recently washed,” she says. “Guests should eat it with their knives and forks and afterwards, everything goes in the dishwasher. It’s about making sure that you don’t pass around any germs while you’re passing around that food.” 8. Maintain good hand and surface hygiene If someone is entering your home, you should work on the assumption that they may have the virus, says Professor Bloomfield. “There is a risk of transferring the virus via hands or surfaces. If any one in the group is infected, a) they will be expelling droplets which will settle on to surfaces and b) they will likely be touching their mouth or nose and have the virus on their hands,” she says. “Avoiding transmission via their hands and contact surfaces is key.”You don’t need to sanitise your entire home, but do regularly clean surfaces that are frequently touched, such as door handles, Prof. Bloomfield adds. You might also want to consider making sanitiser readily available in your home, so guests can use it before meals if they choose. READ MORE: When Will Social Distancing End In The UK? 9. Ask guests to clean the looOkay, it might break every rule in the etiquette rule book, but politely ask guests to spitz down the bathroom after using it, as this is a major area for contamination risk, says Prof. Bloomfield. “Everyone uses the toilet and when they do, they’ll touch the toilet seat, the flush handle, the tap handle,” she says. “You really should position a bleach spray by the toilet and leave a polite notice asking everybody to spray and wipe any surfaces they’ve touched before they leave the area.”10. Keep the noise down  We get it, you’re excited to hang out with loved ones and experience a slice of normality, but keep a lid on your volume. “Try not to speak loudly or shout during normal conversation over normal conversational distances – and try to avoid those who do,” says Dr Tang. “Masking still helps with this, but the number of aerosolised droplets increases dramatically with loudness of talking and shouting - and singing. Similarly with laughing.”11. Know the Covid-19 symptoms The breadth of symptoms now noted for Covid-19 is increasing, as our knowledge of the virus is updated. Keep up to date with the possible signs and ensure you isolate to avoid spreading the virus if in doubt, says Dr Macciochi.  If you are spending increasing periods indoors “make sure to get some time outdoors each day and top up your vitamin D with a supplement”, she adds. READ MORE: Smile... With Your Eyes. How Face Masks Made Us Rethink Communication. Should You Wear A Face Shield Against Covid-19? We Asked The Experts What Are Super-Spreader Events – And How Can You Avoid Them?
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Winter’s coming, as the old Game of Thrones saying goes, bringing with it a raft load of bills. Well, far more than summer in any case.Those who’ve been working from home since the pandemic began will have probably felt the pinch already, as bill prices edge upwards.So, what can you do to temper those rising overheads? It depends on the type of bill you’re looking to cut down on. We’ll walk you through it.Related... How The Recession Will Actually Affect Your Day-To-Day Life ENERGYSwitch bill provider This could save you serious pennies. MoneySuperMarket’s energy expert, Sarah Jacques, says if you’re on your supplier’s standard tariff, or if you haven’t switched for 12 months, you’re probably paying too much for your energy. “You should consider switching to a cheaper fixed rate now to get the best price possible and lock in energy costs for winter whilst prices are low,” she says. On average, people who switch providers save £286 a year. You can do this online, with your supplier handling the switching process so it’s not too much legwork. And as MoneySavingExpert’s spokesperson points out: “Your supply won’t be cut off, no one visits your property and all that changes is which firm bills you. Even if you’re renting, you’re allowed to switch.”Jacques recommends checking out energy tariffs from Eon, Shell Energy, and Outfox the Market. Even if you don’t want to switch provider, it’s worth looking into different tariffs, as you could switch to a more favourable rate. Check out MSE’s Cheap Energy Club to find out more.Check if you’re eligible for discounts or freebiesIf you’re struggling to pay your bills, there are plenty of grants and freebies on offer from energy providers – from new boilers to loft and cavity wall insulation. A spokesperson for MoneySavingExpert explains: “It’s all part of their efficiency obligations to people in certain groups, like those receiving universal credit, tax credits, pension credit or income-based benefits. Our full Free Insulation & Boilers guide has more.”Other schemes to take advantage of include the Winter Fuel Payment (a one-off payment to help pay for heating in winter, usually if you were born on or before 5 April 1954) and Cold Weather Payments, available for people receiving certain benefits. With the latter, people receive a payment when the average temperature in their area is recorded as, or forecast to be, zero degrees celsius or below for seven consecutive days. This year’s scheme starts on November 1.The Warm Home Discount scheme is another deal worth looking into. It’s a £140 rebate applied to your electricity bill between September and March – unless you have a prepay meter, in which case you’ll be sent a top-up voucher. If you get pension credit, it should come automatically, and if you’re on certain benefits you may qualify, but you must apply, says MSE’s spokesperson.The government has also announced that up to £5,000 in vouchers will be issued to homeowners in England to install loft, floor and wall insulation, or double-glazing. “It’s not simple though,” says MSE’s spokesperson, “you need to make certain major improvements before you can claim for minor ones.”Turn appliances off at nightDon’t keep your work laptop and other appliances on overnight. Turning off standby appliances can save you an average of £30 a year, according to the Energy Saving Trust. “Consider investing in plug sockets that can be turned on and off via your phone, or a cheaper option is to use timer plugs to schedule turning appliances off,” says Jacques.Buy energy efficient productsJacques also advises people to buy energy efficient appliances when it’s time to replace white goods. “It is definitely worth opting for appliances with a high energy-efficiency ratings,” she says. “For example, an A+++ fridge freezer will save around £320 in energy bills over its lifetime, compared to an A+ model.”Get a smart meterGetting a smart meter installed can be easier said than done, but if you’re able to, it’s worth the hassle. It lets you track your energy consumption with accurate and real-time information, so you can be more aware of how much you’re using and work to keep costs down.“It might also be worth considering installing a smart thermostat to make sure you’re using your heating efficiently,” says Jacques. “Learn how long it takes to heat your home and heat only the rooms you are using.”Turn down your thermostatWith almost half of the cost of energy bills coming from heating and hot water use, turning your heating down by one degree could save you up to £80 a year, says Jacques. Find more tips for keeping your house warm cheaply, here.Related... How To Keep Your Heating Bills Down During Winter INTERNETSwitch your broadbandUsually, there’s no need for engineers to come out to your home – unless you’re joining or leaving Virgin, where a new line may need to be installed. When making a comparison, consider if you really have a need for speed, as faster is generally pricier. The standard average 10/11Mb is usually fine for browsing or light TV streaming for one person, but go faster for good streaming, gaming or if multiple people use the broadband at the same time. If you’re happy with your current set-up and you’re out of contract, broadband providers are among the easiest to haggle with. Benchmark the best deal on the market, tell them you want to leave, be polite and charming, and if it’s looking like they’ve gone as far as they can, don’t be afraid to tell them you need time to go away and think before making a final decision.WATERThere are two benefits to saving water at home – firstly, you save money, and secondly, it’s good for the planet.Get water-saving freebies from your supplierLots of water suppliers offer free water-saving devices including ‘save a flush’ toilet devices (which reduce the amount of water flushed away) and tap aerators, which save water by mixing water with air. Or, try a four-minute water timer, which is designed to cut the time you spend in the shower. Get in touch with your supplier to find out what’s on offer.Products vary by water company, and you can only get one item per household, including shower heads, tap inserts and hose nozzles, to regulate water flow.Go straight to the freebies via Save Water Save Money, unless you’re with Anglian, Northumbrian, Thames, Welsh and Essex & Suffolk Water.Shower instead of having a bathShowers are more water-efficient than baths, and should be your first choice for an eco-friendly wash. Keep them as short as possible and avoid running the water for a long time before getting in. If you only have a tub, you can save five litres of water just by running your bath an inch lower, according to Water UK.Fill your dishwasher, not the sinkAccording to Friends of the Earth, filling up the dishwasher completely each time you run it will use less water than if you did the washing up – just make sure it really is a full load.Get a water buttIf your garden is your pride and joy, but you use a ton of water to keep it nourished, invest in a water butt. This means you can use leftover rainwater to tend to your plants, instead of draining precious fresh water. Just one filled water butt holds enough rainwater to fill a watering can 25 times.Could you benefit from a water meter? Some have slashed hundreds off their bills by fitting water meters and cutting down on their usage, says MoneySavingExpert. “Unlike with gas and electricity, you can’t switch to a cheaper provider, but deciding how you’re billed can help make savings. The rule of thumb is: if there are more bedrooms in your home than people, or the same number, check out getting a meter.”Don’t be afraid to say if you’re strugglingWhen money’s tight and bills are piling up, it can be easy to bury your head in the sand. But Citizens Advice recommends if you’re behind on water payments, get in touch with your supplier as soon as possible. Otherwise they might take you to court.Most water companies have hardship schemes or other ways to help customers who talk to them about problems – some even have a special debt line service. Check out helpful advice on negotiating with your water company here.Related... How To Force A September Reset During This Chaotic Year COUNCIL TAXChallenge how much you’re payingYou might think there’s no wiggle room when it comes to council tax, but you’re wrong. An estimated 400,000 households in England and Scotland are thought to have overpaid on council tax by being on the wrong band, according to MSE.It’s easy to check and challenge your council tax banding at no cost. If you’re successful, you reduce what you pay now, as well as getting a backdated rebate stretching more than 20 years.So, how to get cracking? “First check if your band’s higher than neighbours in similar or identical properties, using the Valuation Office Agency website in England,” says MSE’s spokesperson. “If neighbours in similar properties are in a lower band than you, you may have a claim.”Check house price websites like Zoopla or Rightmove to get an idea of your property’s value now. Then use that figure to estimate what your property would have been worth back in 1991, when the current council tax system was launched, and what band it was in.A word of warning though, the result could go one of two ways. “Once you’ve done those two checks, you need to weigh up whether you want to go ahead with a challenge – if you do, you can do this via the Valuation Office Agency (VOA),” says MSE’s spokesperson. “It’s important to understand though that your band could be moved up as well as down – and there’s even a risk your neighbours’ banding could be reassessed, which might not make you very popular if it goes up.”Are you eligible for discounts?Some people can get discounts on their council tax. You should receive a discount if you: live alone, live only with someone who’s under 17 or a full-time student, live with someone with mental health problems, live with someone who is severely disabled, or earn below a certain amount of money (although this depends on where you live).Related... Is Now A Good Time To Buy A House? Some Things To Consider Before You Do Would You Work From Abroad, Instead Of Home? These People Do Here's How To Get Your Finances In Order For A Recession
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It is the demand for IoT that is getting IT companies, clients from non-IT industry verticals like industrial, commercial, and consumer.As the variety rises, IoT based devices are becoming available as body wear, footwear, eyewear, wrist wear, neckwear, and others.Market Research Future (MRFR) has published and released a research report about the global IoT sensor market that foretells expansion for this market at 42% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) during the forecast period between 2017 and 2023.Common examples of consumer appliances include a smart oven, smart dishwasher, smart washing machine, and a smart refrigerator.Software platforms have been segmented into data management, application security, location analytics, network bandwidth management, network security, real-time/streaming analytics, and remote monitoring system.Based on network technology, the global IoT sensors market can be broadly segmented into wired network technology and wireless network technology.Wireless network technology includes Bluetooth, EnOcean, and digital enhanced cordless telecommunications - ultra-low energy (DECT-ULE).Wireless network technology also covers Profibus, near-field communication (NFC), thread, radio-frequency identification (RFID), Wi-Fi, WHART, Z-Wave, ZigBee, and others.Regional Analysis:During the forecast period, the Asia Pacific region is expected to emerge as the fastest growing regional market.
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