If you are on business in the United Kingdom, especially if you’re from abroad, make sure you check out all those cool things London has to offer! You can plan a great April 2020 with the selection of the best events, exhibitions and things to do in London listed on Timeout.
How to stay safe at home from fires? Check out these fire safety tips from the ABC!
Make sure that you have smoke detectors at least on each floor in your home. Regularly test your smoke detectors and change the batteries, preferably once every year. A smoke detector that doesn’t work when it should is useless!
Many people use the days where we switch clocks in the Summer and Autumn to check their smoke detectors. Make them your “Check Smoke Detectors Day” as well and increase fire safety for your home and family. If you want to increase fire safety for your home and business even more, look into CCTV detection as well.
These new systems can reliably detect fires even in those locations where smoke detectors can’t work, including in the outdoors. Perfect for large buildings and to monitor your garden, porch, terrace and other spots. You can easily replace your existing CCTV cameras with a fire detection camera.
As Trump is visiting the UK on Monday evening for the NATO summit with other world leaders, Corbyn wrote to Boris Johnson in an attempt to urge ghim to give fresh reassurances about NHS privatisation.
In the past, he has repeatedly accused Johnson of preparing to sell off the NHS, and Labour activists at rallies have taken up a chorus of “Not for sale! Not for sale!”
Contrary, the PM called Labour’s claims “total nonsense”. Nevertheless, in the letter sent on Monday, Corbyn called on him to take a series of concrete steps to show he is serious.
These steps include bringing all services back in-house; repealing the Health and Social Care Act, and suspending trade talks until Washington changes its negotiating objectives.
Corbyn says Johnson should not go ahead with talks on a bilateral trade deal unless the US president excludes any reference to pharmaceuticals from negotiating plans and he is accepting the role of the regulator – the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in setting drugs prices.