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Elizabeth Olsen reveals she and husband Robbie Arnett had secret wedding

Elizabeth Olsen surprised fans last year when she casually let it slip that she had tied the knot with fiancé Robbie Arnett.However, during a joint appearance with Robbie on SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show, the 33-year-old actress revealed that she and the 30-year-old musician have actually been married longer than was previously thought.'We never really talked much about our marriage,' theDoctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness star said when asked if the pair got married during lockdown. Secret wedding: Elizabeth Olsen recently revealed that she and husband Robbie Arnett eloped prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Good Morning Britain's Adil Ray 'savages' Labour MP over chaotic rail strikes
Good Morning Britain's Adil Ray really grilled Shadow Economic Secretary Tulip Saddiq over Labour's stance on the current rail strikes.On Tuesday morning's programme (June 29), Tulip Saddiq told Adil and co-host Susanna Reid that the Labour Party didn't support the strikes.However, the interview got heated when Adil asked her: "Are you out of touch with your own party?"To which she replied: "Let's put it this way, we can't sit around and clap workers who are driving our trains or tubes during the pandemic, calling them key workers and then refuse to give them better pay conditions."But I want to go back to what you said, why are these people striking?"They are striking because the situation we're facing is the worst cost of living crisis in 30 years."We're in a situation as you've already said, where my constituents are being told, 'Wait 10 weeks before you even apply to renew your passport'."We're in a situation where people are being told, 'Don't renew your driving licence because we can't get it to you'."There are 400,000 currently waiting for a new driving licence. People who rely on their driver's licence for their livelihood."Susanna then argued: "If you're behind the strikers, and you support the strike action, why did your leader order front benches to stay away from picket lines? Surely that's the most obvious way to support those workers who are striking." The Labour MP slammed: "Well, as I said, we didn't want this strike to go ahead."We obviously respect workers' right to strike but we didn't want the strike to go ahead.
Remote working Brits are jetting off on holiday to work from beside the pool
On the Beach told the Sun that customers have been using remote working days to stretch their holidays into 12 night stays. READ MORE: Plus size model turns down countless offers to go on holiday from swooning fans The holiday company stated that it has seen a 44% increase in customers booking 12-night breaks flying out on Thursdays and returning on a Tuesday morning.It seems that workers who are in the office on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays are booking those days off and working from home… from the beach.Zoe Harris, Chief Customer Officer at On the Beach, said: “We're seeing more people than ever using their Working from Home flexibility to Work from Holiday."With a number of hotels having business facilities and superfast free wifi, we're expecting to see more people enjoy longer breaks where they can do a mix of working and holidaying.”“Digital nomads” – those who work online from anywhere in the world – have long been envied by normal Brits, but the increase of remote work since the pandemic has seen the opportunity open up for more people.And, if you choose to fly on weekdays then you could even save money on your flights as they’re cheaper than the weekend.If you do decide to jet off for a working holiday remember to check your contract as you may need to inform your employer about the situation.