The threat of a strike by petrol tanker drivers has quite a few Brits on the verge of panic, and cooler heads are urging motorists, union leaders and government officials to calm down and discuss the matter. No date for a strike action has been suggested, though rumours are that Unite has plans for stopping its . . . → Read More: Britain panic buying petrol due to threat of tanker driver strike
Known in the past as one of those turgid, industrial northern cities, Sheffield has undergone a virtual metamorphosis in recent years and is now ranked as one of the top ten cities in the UK to start a business. With unemployment here being less than the average, and many new businesses choosing Sheffield as their base, . . . → Read More: Houses for sale in Sheffield
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The government recently made an announcement that they are going to introduce a extra duty for passengers who are flying. The duty is going to be charged at eight percent and will mean a significant increase on the cost of air tickets.
The government have recently been advised by the World Travel & Tourism Council that this . . . → Read More: Extra duty will further increase the price of flights
The Voice has been one of the biggest international TV formats for some years now, and it is finally coming to the UK. The launch date for the series is 24 March, and it’s great news for all those as-yet- unknown voices out there who yearn to be known.
The Voice UK will be featuring four of . . . → Read More: The Voice offers more mindless TV fodder for the masses
Theresa May has recently announced that the government are going to be increasing their measures to prevent immigration into the UK.
The announcement by May means that any skilled migrant who is not making at least £35,000 every year after six years in the country is going to be ejected.
This is just one of many policies that . . . → Read More: Theresa May announces new immigration criteria