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Avon and Somerset Constabulary Mum-of-two died after being stabbed at her home Her partner also died at their home in Cambridge Street. How should Brits in Sweden prepare for Brexit? Earlier in the show, Piers grilled Home Secretary Theresa May, during which he described the Conservatives as the "nasty party". Other rules for dressing included plain colours, neat and short hair and knee-length skirts for women Sunglasses, shorts, sandals, T-shirts and anything with logos are banned and newsreaders are advised to "steer clear of jewellery". I'm not a fan of golf or horseriding but I've been impressed to see women's results in both sports regularly featured on the main evening news bulletins on television, something that would rarely happen back home in Britain. Stunning 'message of hope' for refugees.
Are you responsible for having left your house? Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice. Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Sarah Churchwell, a professor of American literature at the University of London, responded: It will be very difficult to justify a dress code in a tribunal if that code is otherwise widely disregarded by other employees with the employer's tacit consent. Also ties can only be removed if you are reporting in very hot weather and all skirts should be knee-length.