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Beg, borrow or steal: art experts arrested over looted antiquities
A collective of the world’s most eminent museums, including the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Metropolitan Museum of art, have purchased looted Middle Eastern artefacts to the sum of tens of millions of euros.
Safe as houses: Housing minister still faces questions over Westferry planning row, says Starmer
Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, has said that housing secretary Robert Jenrick still has questions to answer over his involvement in a planning case with a Tory donor.
Met with caution: museum of art to reopen in late August
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has given up a lot this year. Deprived of their annual gala, and their summer show, the galleries have been closed for almost five months.
Splendid isolation: Robey returns to cinemas
Love the arts, but not people? Tim Robey knows how you feel. The Telegraph’s Film Critic has thrown his proverbial hat into the ring regarding the advent of socially distanced arts, and unlike so many of his peers, he is quite delighted by the prospect.
Life’s a beach: Ministers unwilling to act on coastal overcrowding
George Eustice, the environment secretary, has said that the government is reluctant to close beaches following the declaration of a major incident in Bournemouth when thousands visited the coast.
“I want to get my hands dirty!”: Balinor Group Holdings CEO discusses the importance of leadership within crisis management
Debbie Perry is the CEO of Balinor Group Holdings, a holding company for property management services based in Hertfordshire. In conversation with the Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s communications director, Scott Challinor, Perry elaborates on the importance of leadership and the impact it has had on her life and career to date, and how strong leadership has helped the business meet the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic head on.
A change in direction: museums prepare to reopen
The directors of the UK’s largest museums have welcomed the news that galleries can reopen from 4 July.
Don’t let this be the final curtain plead theatres
Theatres continue to voice their concern regarding the future of the industry following the prime minister’s revised social distancing measures announced on Tuesday.
Testing times: Starmer criticises government approach to test and trace
In yesterday’s PMQs, the Labour Leader pressed Boris Johnson on how effective the NHS test and trace system will be in England.
General and Medical Group: Introducing a unique and complete insurance solution for medical professionals
Launched earlier this month, KeyMed, part of the General & Medical Group, provides medical professionals with a specialist insurance package which combines medical malpractice insurance with CQC-focused service, training and support.
Swissport halving its UK workforce
Following the aviation industry's coronavirus-related difficulties in recent weeks, ground service operator Swissport has announced that it will be looking to cut down its UK workforce by around 50 per cent.
“Everyone has met this crisis with great imagination and resilience”: Masterpiece goes digital
Art fairs are being rethought thanks to Covid-19. The former focuses on bringing people together, while the latter demands people are kept apart – it is hardly a match made in heaven.
Guggenheim "in urgent need of reform" say curators
“The Curatorial Department” have signed a letter to the Guggenheim Museum demanding immediate action from the institution’s leadership.
Health experts urge government to prepare for second wave
Health experts across the UK are demanding a review to determine whether or not the country is appropriately prepared for the “real risk” of a second spike.