According to the REA (Renewable Energy Association), solar power is the fastest growing energy technology in the world today. The REA has predicted that the various photovoltaic solar systems could quickly become the most inexpensive way to harness electricity.
Thousands of people around the UK are utilising such a tech-savvy method in order to acquire electricity at . . . → Read More: Solar panels: what you need to know
The title doesn’t give you any clues, so there’s only one way to find out what Favour Farm is all about, and that’s to come and pay a visit. Favour Farm was founded in 2012, but is already shaping up to be an interesting news blog.
‘Random’ is the buzz word here, so you can expect stories . . . → Read More: Welcome
The Parliamentary Defence Committee in the UK has recently warned that is unlikely to be able to continue with intervention operations, such as that that took place in Libya, if the nearly £40 billion defence budget is going to be cut further.
The recent operations that took place in Libya have also raised concerns about the location . . . → Read More: British forces will stop jumping into conflicts
Scotland’s First Minister chose the culturally significant date of Burns’ Night as the perfect moment to announce his party’s plan for Scotland to be an independent country by 2016, as well as details of the all-important questions that will feature in a referendum on the decision.
Alex Salmond, in a speech in the Great Hall of Edinburgh . . . → Read More: Burns’ Night breakaway Scotland announcement
Ed Miliband has said that he is determined to see Labour regain political power in the UK, and is trying to persuade voters that he is capable of making the tough decisions that some people worry he cannot make. In a recent interview with the BBC he has said that he’s looking for a new direction . . . → Read More: Ed Miliband wants Labour back in power
Fears have recently arisen around breast implants that had been created by the cosmetic surgery company PIP. It is expected that around 400,000 women have been affected by the gel implants which were filled with industrial gel instead of the normal kind used in breast implants. The company used industrial gel instead of the normal silicone . . . → Read More: PIP breast implants concern British women
Simply by turning off turbines, wind farm operators are likely to earn as much as £10m this year according to official figures that claim that there were 17 operators that were paid for shutting their farms down on forty different occasions during the time that spans between January and September.
If payments were made at this rate . . . → Read More: Wind farm operators make millions by switching off turbines
Prime Minister David Cameron’s surprise pre-Christmas visit to Afghanistan did not go exactly as planned, but did accomplish the main objectives, according to BBC’s Carole Walker, who travelled with the entourage. The PM means to continue and increase ongoing efforts to improve the lot of British military personnel who are serving or have served in Afghanistan, . . . → Read More: David Camerons surprise pre-Christmas visit to Afghanistan
An independent report in the wake of the phone hacking revelations has concluded that a too close relationship between sections of the media and senior officers in the Metropolitan Police seriously compromises both their abilities to investigate each other properly.
There has been widespread speculation that these cosy relationships, including excessive hospitality between News of the World . . . → Read More: Police and papers are too close says report