London charity shop adjusts to strict COVID-19 rules | AFP

Charity shops have reopened in the England but they have had to adapt to the ‘new normal’. To help fight the spread of coronavirus donated clothes now have to be quarantined for 72 hours, while customers are not allowed to try items on before buying them. At the British Red Cross shop in Kensington & Chelsea, Manager Ernestina Fonseca says she’s confident the store can deal with the new challenges.

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Inside the tiny London flat being sold for £225,000

Looking for a small, cosy place to live in London? Well, this tiny £225,000, 125sqft flat just might be the place for you.

Business Insider UK took a look inside the compact apartment, which is located in Kensington, London, one of the most expensive places to live in the city.

Renovated by architect Ian Hogarth of Hogarth Architects, the place might be small but it is fitted with all the essential things you’ll need.

While giving Business Insider UK a tour, Ian Hogarth said: “People are having to make do with living in smaller properties. So we have to find ways of making it seem that the properties are larger than they are.”

If £225,000 is out of your price range then you can always rent the flat for around £800 per month. 


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This Librarian Has Become a First Responder to Opioid Overdoses | World of Hurt | (HBO)

A local resident who collects dozens of used syringes from a park every day. A librarian who routinely revives dying addicts. A former college athlete struggling with addiction.

They’re all the result of widespread opioid addiction that’s become a national emergency. Overdose is now the leading cause of death for Americans under 50 — worse than car crashes or gun violence.

But the epidemic is more than just numbers. And to understand it, you have to go to the communities it’s tearing apart.

VICE News visits McPherson Square Park and Library, known by locals as “Needle Park” in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Elements of this story were first reported by Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist Mike Newall.

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RAW: Grenfell Tower still smoldering day after fire kills 17

The Grenfell Tower continued to smoulder on Thursday morning, the day after a fire ripped through the block killing at least 17 people.
Some 200 firefighters and 45 fire engines rushed to the scene of the 24-storey north Kensington tower block after London Fire Brigade’s control room received calls of a blaze at 00:54 BST on Wednesday morning.




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