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· Joe Kindred’s Recipe for Charred Squid With Ajo Blanco and Cilantro Pistou →
WHEN JOE AND KATY KINDRED opened their eponymous restaurant in Davidson, N.C., 8 months ago, they figured they’d slowly develop a local following.
· Government launches new 'Get Ready for Brexit' campaign →
Sources say a later draft runs to more than 100 pages and will give businesses the first confirmed details of the scale of the challenge they face in less than six months time.
· Trump lost at the Supreme Court, but we still won’t see his taxes by November →
That month, Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.)
· Lewis Hamilton speaks out as thunderstorms pose threat to Styrian Grand Prix qualifying →
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· 'Heat dome' weather system to bake America with temperatures beyond 90F for weeks →
The National Weather Service issued a La Nina watch on Thursday, predicting a 50-55 per cent chance the weather phenomenon could develop in the months ahead.
· Zomato FY20 revenue jumps over two-fold to Rs 2,960 crore →
In July 2020, we estimate our monthly burn rate to land under USD 1 million, while our revenue should land at around 60 per cent of pre-COVID peaks (USD 23 million per month),” the report said.
· CBS Embarks Early on Handling USA's Champions League Broadcast Rights →
But the rights to the rest of this Champions League season and all of next season became available last month when Turner opted out of its 2018-21 deal for exclusive English language rights in the United States.
· Pro-police group seeks to oust Oklahoma mayor, council →
The group, “Unite Norman,” is upset with the council over its decision last month to reallocate $865,000, or about 3.6%, of the police department’s annual budget.
· The past 24 hours in Trump legal issues and controversies, explained →
Meanwhile, Geoffrey Berman, who was the US attorney for the Southern District of New York until his firing last month, testified at a closed-door House Judiciary Committee hearing about his dismissal.
· The Guardian view on stop and search: police people, don’t terrorise them →
Ms Dick could do worse than follow the lead of her West Midlands counterpart who apologised last month to the black community for failings in “how we have policed them”.