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    A Frenchman has won the legal right to be boring at work, after a court in Paris ruled his employer was wrong to fire him for not going out with colleagues enough. Cubik Partners, a management consultancy, says it uses a 'fun' approach to its team building — encouraging staff to head straight to the pub after work. But Mr T, whose real name was not disclosed, didn't want to take part in the team-building exercises. He said he was entitled to 'critical behaviour and to refuse company policy based on incitement to partake in various excesses'. The company decided to fire him in 2015 for 'professional inadequacy', accusing the employee of being boring, according to The Daily Telegraph. Cubik Partners also argued that Mr T was a poor listener and difficult to work with. A Frenchman has won the right to be boring at work, after a court in Paris ruled his employer was wrong to fire him for not being fun enough. The management consultancy, says it uses a 'fun' approach to its team building RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    Two people have been killed and several seriously wounded in a shooting at a nightclub in Norway, police have confirmed.  Video on social media shows emergency services outside London Pub, a gay nightclub in Oslo at 1.15am on Saturday morning. Police have arrested a suspect at the scene.  Local media has reported that the number of those affected in the incident are two dead, 10 taken to hospital and 12 treated at the scene.  A number of those taken to hospital are said to be in critical condition.  Oslo Police District said: 'Two people have been confirmed dead in the shooting episode. There are several seriously injured. 'The police defined the mission as a PLIVO incident.' National newspaper in Norway, VG, reported that 'witnesses said people ran from the scene in panic'. Video on social media shows emergency services outside London Pub, a gay nightclub in Oslo (pictured, file photo) at 1.15am on Saturday morning A witness told local media, according to The Sun: 'I saw a man come in with a bag, he took out a weapon and started...
    AS we're sure most people would agree, the loveliest way you can pay tribute to someone is by naming your little one after them. But what if the name in question is a little outdated? Do you go ahead regardless or give it a more modern twist? 1The mum-to-be asked if she should call her son Barry after a deceased loved oneCredit: Getty Well this is the exact scenario one mum-to-be is currently facing - so she decided to ask a parenting forum for advice. Posting on Mumsnet, the anonymous parent explained how she wants to call her son Barry after a deceased loved one. She explained: "Everybody called him Baz. "Barry never liked his name, so we would never want to call our son Barry. Read more on Baby NamesNAME SHAME My husband wants to give our baby a very unique name - I thought he was jokingPICK ME I changed my daughter's name THREE times - I thought the first was 'too cool' "But we are liking ‘Baz’ and makes us smile every time we think of...
    MARCELO BIELSA'S Leeds exit ruffled feathers amongst fans - so Elland Road pub The Peacock has changed its name to his. Now supporters can swap tears over the Argentine's departure for cheers over his legacy at 'The Bielsa'. 2Popular pub The Peacock is changing its name for the rest of the season to honour sacked Leeds manager Marcelo BielsaCredit: The Old Peacock 2Marcelo Bielsa signed autographs when he popped back to Elland Road Leeds City Council has already confirmed it will keep the Marcelo Bielsa Way as a street name. And in another sign that the 66-year-old can strut away from the Premier League with his head held high, The Peacock has tucked away its plumage until the summer. Ossett Brewery co-owner Jamie Lawson said: "We were very sad to see Marcelo Bielsa exit the club last weekend. "And we felt it was right that we rename The Old Peacock for the rest of the season as a tribute to his great achievements in bringing the club back to life for all Leeds fans across the world."   Leeds quickly brought in American Jesse Marsch after...
    The owners of a pub have claimed to have caught a resident ghost on camera terrifying guests and leaving staff too fearful to work alone. Sisters Richelle Stocks and Ashleigh Naisbitt have been forced to call out police to the Black and Grey pub in Morpeth, Northumberland over a series of 'strange' supernatural incidents. Spooky CCTV footage from the bar shows objects moving on their own and dark shapes appearing out of nowhere. One clip shows a pen appearing to spin unaided on Richelle's hand, causing her to jump up in fright, and a broom moving on its own. The pair, who took on the pub in August last year, said soon after they heard loud banging downstairs and fearful their pub was being burgled rang the police - who rushed over only to find the building empty.
    A bride-to-be has been slammed as 'cheap and selfish' after revealing she will be holding a 'host free' reception where her guests are expected to pay for their own dinner and drinks.  The mother-of-three explained she is having a destination wedding by the beach - four hours from where most of her guests live so they also have to pay for travel and accommodation.  And, to make matter more complicated, she isn't even booking a venue for the after-party and is instead hoping she and her hundred guests will be able to 'crash a pub'.  A bride-to-be has been slammed as 'cheap and selfish' after revealing she will be holding a 'host free' reception 'I have kids, I am not spending $20k on a wedding,' she said. 'And I don't feel bad about doing so - if they want to be a part of our special day and celebrate our love with us this is what they have to do,' she wrote. She went on to explain it was her dream to have a 'micro wedding' which is why she...
    A LANDLORD has “lost everything” after his pub burnt to the ground when it was “hit by lightning.” The Green Man which has stood since 1884 has now been left as a ruin after storms hit the South East and Kent in the early hours of Thursday morning.  5The Green Man on Hodsoll Street in Wrotham has been gutted by a fireCredit: UkNewsinPictures 5Locals believe the fire started after the pub was struck by lightningCredit: UkNewsinPictures 5The pub had been struggling during the pandemicCredit: UkNewsinPictures At the height of the incident, five fire engines, a height vehicle and a bulk water carrier were present.  The owner of the pub on Hodsoll Street in Wrotham, Alex Brooks, has been left heartbroken, and had just changed over insurance Policies weeks before the accident. He said: "I got the phone call about 3.40am from a neighbour and managed to get down here around 4am to find it all ablaze.  "I've lost everything – a laptop with all my business details and some family portraits going back 100 or so years.  "We've all busted...
    Yelp is no longer allowing reviews of Linnie’s Pub. The bar went ultra-viral over the weekend after owner Jay Linneman made the decision to ban showing NBA games until LeBron James is thrown out of the league. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “If anyone wants to watch an NBA game, don’t come to Linnie’s Pub. We will not air them until LeBron James has been expelled from the NBA,” Linneman explained. The decision was made after LeBron James targeted the police officer who shot Ma’Khia Bryant during an alleged stabbing attempt on Twitter. Ohio Bar Bans NBA Games On TV Until LeBron James Is Thrown Out Of The League https://t.co/fyRrPDVEH4 — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 24, 2021 Well, you can no longer comment on the Ohio business’ Yelp page. According to Outkick, it was flooded with negative reviews. When I went to check, I was greeted with a message that stated the following: This business recently received increased public attention resulting in an influx of people posting their views to this page, so we...
    BRITS will not need a vaccine passport to buy a pint after Boris Johnson shelved plans for “papers for the pub”. But the documents will be needed for sports events, concerts and for foreign holidays. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 3Brits won’t need a vaccine passport to buy a pint after Boris Johnson shelved plans for ‘papers for the pub’Credit: Rex Michael Gove is expected to outline plans tomorrow for “covid status certificates” after spending time in Israel to see how it safely unlocked. There was a backlash from Tory MPs and parts of the hospitality industry over the pub plans. Last night pub groups welcomed the government climbdown. James Calder, of brewers’ group SIBA, said: “We know that pubs and taprooms are safe based on all the evidence over the last 12 months. “Covid passports would have been another unjustifiable level of red tape.” A government source said: “I would be amazed if we introduce Covid certification for hospitality this summer.” 3James Calder, of brewers’ group SIBA said 'Covid passports would have been another unjustifiable level...
    ANT McPartlin enjoyed a night at the pub with fiancee Anne-Marie – sticking to soft drinks after his 2018 driving ban. Ant lost his licence for 15 months after crashing into a family’s car causing a child to require medical attention. 6Ant McPartlin enjoyed an outing to the pub with his fiancee Anne-Marie on SundayCredit: Will/CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA He was also fined £86,000 after admitting being more than twice the drink-drive limit when he crashed in Richmond, South West London. But the TV star may well have been on driving duties last night as he quit booze following the accident. He was spotted sipping on a bottle of ginger beer at the pub with his Maltipoo pups Milo and Bumble sitting in his lap. At one point his "rock" Anne-Marie – who supported him after his stint in rehab following the crash – made him laugh as the group enjoyed the sunshine outdoors. 6Ant sipped on a ginger beerCredit: Will/CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA 6The couple sat in the sunshine with friends and their dogsCredit: Will/CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA 6Ant was relaxed....
    BOOZE sales more than doubled in bars and restaurants on Monday compared with before the pandemic as eager Brits returned to the pub. Alcohol sales skyrocketed by 113.8 per cent compared to the same day in 2019 as thousands packed into outdoor beer gardens across England for the first time in months. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 3Brits flocked to pubs and bars to enjoy a drink in their outdoor spaces and beer gardens on MondayCredit: PA Pubs, restaurants and bars which reopened on Monday as lockdown eased have said their sales doubled on levels before the coronavirus pandemic struck, as Brits enjoyed their first taste of freedom in at least three months. Huge queues were seen outside boozers from midnight and continuing throughout the day - despite temperatures plunging to -3C. Hospitality data specialists at CGA said that drink sales jumped by almost 114 per cent on the first day of outdoor trading, compared with the same day in 2019. ...
    A PUB in Bristol seems perfectly normal from the outside – but actually has a gruesome secret hidden inside. Punters opting for a pint at the Hatchet Inn may need a stiff drink after opening the door to go inside. Alamy 5 The Hatchet Inn hides a creepy secret The huge door to the 18th century pub, which is the oldest in Bristol, is rumoured to be made from layers of human skin. Now painted a dark black, the myth behind the door suggests that the skin was from executed criminals. However, this has never been proven, with the thick tar and paint layers never to be removed to find out. The stories behind the pub range from the gross to the baffling – first licensed in 1606, it was said to have been patronised by the pirate Blackbeard In 1956, a tourist from the US even offered the equivalent of $15,000 to buy it but it was declined. Alamy 5 The door to the pub is rumoured to be made of human skin YouTube 5 The...
    A man wearing a face mask or covering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, walks past the closed Donelon's Bar in the rural village of Dunmore, west of Ireland, on September 3, 2020.PAUL FAITH/AFP via Getty Images DUBLIN — Irish pubs are set to re-open on Sep. 21 after weeks of delays, although owners will have tight coronavirus restrictions to follow. Ireland is one of the last European countries where "wet pubs," which do not serve food, are still closed. These pubs have been shut since March when the pandemic took hold and lockdown measures were introduced.Under the original lockdown easing schedule, pubs were due to re-open in August but that had been pushed back repeatedly. Pubs that serve food, as well as restaurants and hotels, re-opened in late June under restrictions.The new rules will put all pubs on a relatively similar footing, requiring table service and limiting group sizes. In cases where two-meter distancing isn't possible, customers can only stay for 105 minutes and all customers must be off the premises by 11:30 p.m. Pubs will also have to adhere to...
    Newlyweds Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi danced until the early hours with a small group of friends inside a pop-up pub before they spent their wedding night in a glamping pod, it has been revealed. The couple dubbed the marquee The Duke of York and filled it with sofas, a jukebox, draft beer and a dartboard. Some 14 friends were invited to the celebration outside the Royal Lodge after the intimate ceremony at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor on Friday.   A friend of the newlyweds told The Sun: 'I heard that everyone had a great night. It was totally relaxed. 'There was a bit of dancing into the early hours with the jukebox blazing away.' Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi pictured after their wedding at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor on Friday Vans were seen pulling into the grounds of the Royal Lodge ahead of the celebration on Friday night. The van on the left is emblazoned with 'ready steady bounce' Friends started arriving at the party from...
    To the delight of their customers, hairdressers pruned their first mop on Saturday and the pubs served their first pints of beer, marking a new major step in the release from containment in England, which raised fears of excess and new contamination with coronavirus. “It’s been three or four months that we’ve been waiting to come back to the pub!”, Nick says, going down a pint with two friends to an establishment in the London district of Greenwich. This is the second pub that this 38-year-old accountant visits, after a first beer that “smelled of disinfectant” and a visit to the hairdresser. Nearby, the staff at “La taverne de Greenwich” have flowers in vases to welcome their first customers. “I was so anxious to get back to work and take care of people again,” said Dorota Pilarczyk, one of the managers, “impatient” behind her visor and plastic gloves. Having entered containment late, the United Kingdom is even more behind than its European neighbors in getting out. Far from being defeated, the coronavirus that killed 44,000 people in the country...
    THE historic 'The Black Boy' pub will change its name after 404 years over fears it will put off customers. Brewer Shepherd Neame will rebrand the boozer as The Restoration after many statues and memorials were vandalised and taken down over their links to the slave trade. 4The historic 'The Black Boy' pub is changing its name 4The boozer was established in 1616 Credit: Instagram The pub in Sevenoaks, Kent, was established in 1616 and there are debates on where the origin of the name is from. One theory is that it was named after John Morockoe, a black man who worked in the kitchen and scullery at the nearby Knole country house. Another theory is that it was the nickname given to King Charles II because of his dark skin and exile during Cromwell's reign. A number of pubs are said to have changed their name to 'The Black Boy' to show their allegiance their monarch. The brewer says there are other theories involving coal mining or chimney sweeps. A pub spokesman said: "Shepherd Neame is...
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