Remote working is not going away: who wins and loses when workers stay home? Remote working is not going away: who wins and loses when workers stay home?

Australians have embraced remote working – and so have big businesses – but work-life balance for some is ‘a prison’ for othersOf all the lockdown restrictions frustrating Australians, working from home is not one of them. In fact, upon show a vast majority of Australians now want remote working to be a regular feature of their lives.Many workers are enjoying the flexibility to...

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The Kemps: All True review – Spandau chart-toppers have the last laugh The Kemps: All True review – Spandau chart-toppers have the last laugh

Gary and Martin Kemp gleefully send themselves up in this one-off mockumentary – though it’s never as funny when celebrities are in on the joke“Don’t stitch us up to look like a pair of knobs,” Martin Kemp orders the producer at the start of this mockumentary (BBC Two). “You’re not filming this, are you?” Of course not, lies the producer.Since Christmas 2018, when the BBC’s...

dnes, 0:00
Sudoku 4,875 easy Sudoku 4,875 easy

.Fill the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9.

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Can I buy a flat in my name only and exclude my husband? Can I buy a flat in my name only and exclude my husband?

I am happily married but you never know what will happen in the futureQ I finally have enough money to be able to put down a deposit to buy a one-bedroom flat in London. My problem is that, although I am married, I would like to buy this property in my name only. Is this possible? And how?The reason is that, although I love my husband and we are happy together, you never know what will happen in...

dnes, 8:00
I'm using my kids' Fitbits to track their sleeping – what could possibly go wrong? | Zoe Williams I'm using my kids' Fitbits to track their sleeping – what could possibly go wrong? | Zoe Williams

They think it’s like being under house arrest – meanwhile, my sleep scores are through the roofMy one mad extravagance of the season was to buy everyone a Fitbit: initially just one, for the adults to share. Since we only went to the same places, it stood to reason that our step counts would be the same. While the synchronicity might account for the precipitous demise in our mutual civility...

dnes, 7:00
10 of the best novels set in Russia – that will take you there 10 of the best novels set in Russia – that will take you there

This list of novels and novellas will help you explore Russia’s vast landscapes and complex history I spent several years wandering round Russia with books in my rucksack. And several more years reviewing Russian fiction and finding myself transported back, whether to a village with chickens pecking through orchards round a wooden church or to a drunken kitchen table debate in a high-rise...

dnes, 7:30
Sky TV charged my mother a fortune and she can’t leave Sky TV charged my mother a fortune and she can’t leave

We discovered she was paying for services she did not use, but we couldn’t break freeI’m writing on behalf of my 82-year-old mother who has been a long-term Sky customer for TV, broadband and phone. In March, her TV service stopped working and we tried and failed to get Sky to fix it via its online system.As we investigated, it emerged that my mother was paying £85 a month, which included...

dnes, 8:03
Tree of the week: 'Seeing a flautist play in this plane tree was quite unusual' Tree of the week: 'Seeing a flautist play in this plane tree was quite unusual'

In a weekly series, readers tell us about their favourite trees. This week: a plane tree in Hackney, LondonAlexis de Sousa was taking a leisurely bike ride through Woodberry Down in north London when he spotted a group of peaceful protesters clutching signs by a tree. “The signs said: ‘Notice this tree.’ So I did. I spoke to them, and decided to join them.”The demonstrators belonged to...

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