Johnson said he looked forward to getting his hair cut and having a pint of beer in the garden of a pub, among the activities permitted if stage two of his unlocking plan proceeds on April All non-essential shops are also due to reopen from that date. On Monday, there will be a smaller change, allowing groups of 6 to meet up outside. Foreign travel will be banned until at least May 17, which is also the earliest date indoor hospitality and performance venues might re-open.
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The Queen's granddaughter shared the first photo of the newborn on Instagram, where she captioned the black-and-white picture of her and Brooksbank holding the baby's hand with three blue hearts. The photo, a break from tradition, as the first appearance of a new royal is typically an official affair, came as the birth was also shared in a statement from Buckingham Palace. While the royal decided to share the first photo of the couple's son herself, it is likely that Princess Eugenie will follow other unusual post-birth traditions maintained by the royal family. During an interview on Woman's Hour' BBC Radio 4 , the gynaecologist added: "You just keep reminding yourself that although it's very important, for the couple and the about-to-be-born baby, it's just another healthy young couple giving birth to a hopefully very healthy baby. A law enacted more than three centuries ago means that the sovereign has full legal custody of their minor grandchildren.
Originally published by Victoria County History, London, This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved. The multiplicity of trades and of factories and workshops makes a minute description of Birmingham's industry difficult. At least for the later part of this period most trades and workplaces are recorded somewhere, if not in one of the extensive 19thcentury surveys, fn.
British Broadcasting Corporation Home. Victoria became queen at the age of 18 after the death of her uncle, William IV. She reigned for more than 60 years, longer than any other British monarch. Her reign was a period of significant social, economic and technological change, which saw the expansion of Britain's industrial power and of the British empire.