Euro Weekly News | Nora Johnson
JUST got back from a few days in London. I’d hoped to get last-minute tickets for Wimbledon but no such luck! In fact, whatever the grunts, groans and upsets on court, the real game changer for me turned out to be London hotels, and there are a couple of whinges…
A UK Cabinet minister has condemned people like Jimmy Carr who use tax avoidance loopholes as the “moral equivalent of benefit cheats”.
THERE have been reports in the Press recently trying to debunk commonly held views about which foods are bad for us.
SUDDENLY we seem surrounded by fairy tales. This year we’ve got two new film versions of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – a romantic comedy, Mirror Mirror, and an adult fantasy, Snow White and the Huntsman.
The UK is in recession. Its largest trading partners are facing the potential break-up of their currency which would have huge knock-on effects on UK banks.
HOW did you spend Sunday April 1 this year? Did you apply for Google’s latest mobile mail app, ‘Gmail tap multitasking’ - particularly useful, we’re told, for people “with fat fingers” - which replaces the Qwerty keyboard with just two keys: a dot and a dash.
NEED help with your packing? Want to know the best fishing spots in Greece, the size of Prince Charles's feet or how to stop the buzzing noise in your apartment? Well, don't treat the UK Foreign Office as a “concierge service” – British holidaymakers and expats have been warned.
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