A Sunday in July. Reading digital newspapers to breakfast on the patio, morning TV news on.

Breakfast with my life partner at Casa Karlsson on Millners Street. The Commodores Easy streaming from the B&O speaker.

”That’s why I am easy,

I’m easy like sunday morning”

Lionel Richie

Sunday morning walk in our great hoods. Skurup, a village in the global village.

A few hours of work, planning the week.

Sunday morning walk in our great hoods. Skurup, a village in the global village.

Sunday afternoon football. Last round of Premiere League,

Manchester United vs. Leicester City for a Champions League spot. United won 2-0.

Then a top game in the Swedish League, my club Malmö FF vs. Sirius from Uppsala.

A nice 5-2 victory away.

Life is beautiful playing the Sunday Blues.

PM Boris Johnson has suggested Britons should lose weight this summer as the NHS prepares for a possible second wave of Covid-19 later this year.

“Losing weight is, frankly, one of the ways that you can reduce your own risks,” the PM said.

But he had himself lost weight since being admitted to intensive care with coronavirus, he said.

As he encouraged other people to shed the pounds, he said: “I’m on the way, I’ve lost about a stone and a bit.

Care minister Helen Whately warned obesity is “one of the greatest if not the greatest health challenge we face as a country”.

She told BBC Breakfast that with half of adults overweight and one in five children leaving primary school obese the country faced a “whole host of health challenges”.

“Very particularly with Covid you’re at greater risk of getting Covid, greater risk of complications, greater risk – very sadly – of dying from Covid, if you are overweight,” she added.

I am with Sir, I have started my own journey to a better place. 👍😀.

You can read the article here: Boris Johnson backs calls for ‘summer of weight loss’ amid anti-obesity drive

Source: TheIndependent

A comprehensive Brexit trade deal could be finalised in September, British and EU negotiators said yesterday while warning of two big hurdles.

After the latest talks in London, Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, said that an agreement was “unlikely” unless Britain made concessions on fishing rights and competition.

David Frost, Boris Johnson’s chief negotiator, said “considerable gaps remain in the most difficult areas” and that the UK must “face the possibility” that the talks could collapse.

Having set a deadline of the end of the month to reach a framework agreement, Mr Frost said the UK was now happy for the talks to continue in September and played down suggestions that his team would walk away.

To read the article click here: Brexit trade deal in September is possible, UK and EU officials say

Source: TheTimes