Is anyone else having problems logging in? I don't do social media, only PS so thought I'd ask here.
When I open the app, the only options are sign in using G+, FB on linkedin, "register with email address", "forgotten password" and "review". No matter which option I choose (I did sign in via linkedin), it throws me into the registration screen and even if I complete that (it is awful btw), it asks me to "select a document", whatever that means. I searched online and found a pdf that states NOT to re-register via the app, and they are updating it. My phone is Android OS. I want to help people but am having a hell of a job trying to do so. Put simply, there is no login option that I can see.
I don't think it can apply to the police. Whilst on my evening walk tonight, I came across 3 of them. One man policeman, and two lady policemen. The three of them, walking towards me, less than a foot apart from each other. I walked into the middle of the road to get my minimum two metre distance from them. I said evening all, and they replied very politely, evening sir. I hope none of them get the virus, but they were almost catching. Naughty.
The UK government has handed out a publicly funded, £600 million loan to EasyJet. 
This comes just weeks after the founder of EasyJet received a £60 million pay-out from company profits - while the airline also asked its staff to take unpaid leave. 
We’d hope that any government loan would go to support their employees during this crisis. However, given EasyJet’s track record, it’s hard to be sure.
It’s also been revealed that across the world airline lobbyists are pushing governments to roll back environmental taxes that are there to try and protect our climate.  It’s outrageous.
That’s why we need to come together and call on the government to protect the vulnerable among us and protect employees. And before no-strings-attached bailouts are handed out to major polluting industries, our government must also make sure the money will drive positive change for both the climate and nature - no exceptions.
Can you call on the government to use public money to support both people and the environment?
The National Theatre are streaming filmed versions of popular performances. I think this is on for another day or so before they put the next one up. Updated to Brighton 1963 from an old Italian commedia dell’arte play.
Watched it last night on the Youtube telly app. Very funny (give it half an hour to warm up) and James Corden is superb ( never thought I’d say that...)