Colorful fur jackets were very popular this winter but this trend went step further and next year we will be seeing a lot of colorful patchwork and vivid prints on fur. Miuccia Prada even made some printed fur coats for the summer, but we have seen more of this at fall/winter shows. Jean Charles de Castelbajac, well known for his artistic prints on clothes, used them on fur this time, while Altuzarra, Aquilano Rimondi and Daks have shown us interesting patterns printed on fur..
Debit Card Charges: Banks provide assistance in case of loss of a debit, credit or ATM card. The card holder should immediately contact the bank’s helpline/customer care to block the lost card and prevent any misuse, say experts. State Bank of India (SBI), for example, issues a debit card, called ‘Quick Photo Debit Card’, at a nominal fee to assist the customer in case of loss of a card..
Ben Howlett no longer Bath’s MP as Parliament dissolved but vows to continue caseworkAll 650 Members of Parliament who have sat in the House of Commons since 2015 have now officially left their posts15:56, 3 MAY 2017Ben Howlett is no longer the city’s MP Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBen Howlett has vowed to continue his casework despite the dissolution of Parliament meaning he is no longer Bath’s MP.The current Parliament has come to an end, three years before it was originally planned to, after Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap election.All 650 Members of Parliament who have sat in the House of Commons since 2015 have now left their posts.Mrs May is still the country’s leader, however, and governmentsecretaries of state and ministers remain in their positions.The general election takes place on June 8 and Mr Howlett is now the Conservative Party’s candidate for Bath.He has updated his Twitter bio to reflect this.It now reads: “Conservative Candidate for Bath. I am not currently an MP as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election.”Mr Howlett has been knocking on doors with Tory colleagues and handing out a number of fliers.Twerton councillor Joe Rayment picked by Labour Party to stand in Bath in general electionOne of these called ‘reporting back’ folds out into A3 size in which he writes to the electorate about why they should vote for him. It also features an update on the proposed A36 46 link road and homes, jobs and schools being built in the area.Chris Grayling (second right) pictured with (from left) Ben Howlett, Tony Clarke (cabinet member for transport at Bath and North East Somerset Council) and Tim BowlesIn between campaigning, Mr Howlett said he will help constituents “as much as he can”.”I’ve got a lot of people asking for help even as a candidate,” he said.Liberal Democrat members select Wera Hobhouse to contest 2017 general election”I will continue serving the people of Bath over the next few weeks.”I’m going to continue to treat casework as normal.”If constituents have issues, whether that’s parking or welfare, I will be here to help them as much as I can.”.