Day: December 17, 2018

Billionaire mogul reveals tech revolution to hit UK in 2019

Billionaire media mogul Alki David has announced that mobile use in the UK will be "revolutionised" in 2019 with huge investment and a mass convergence to live television viewing on handheld devices.The Coca-Cola bottling heir told the London Economic that upgraded 4G networks alongside alongside record tech investment means that ...

“Gangplank into thin air” – Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May clash over Brexit at PMQs

Jeremy Corbyn tables no confidence motion in Theresa May

Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of no confidence in Theresa May as Prime Minister. The PM thought she had seen off the Labour leader, when she announced that she would hold the EU deal vote next Jan 14. However, Corbyn has decided to go through with the no confidence motion, as the ...

Why horizontal management is good for business

In most businesses the vertical management structure is commonplace. In fact, it’s so common we rarely question it. But do those at the top of this ladder realise how employees at the bottom really feel and how this can affect the business? The role of staff in a vertical hierarchy ...

PM confirms EU deal vote to be held in third week of January

Theresa May has announced that a meaningful vote in Parliament over her Brexit deal will be held in the third week of January. She cancelled the previous date for the vote at the last minute over fears it would be heavily defeated. The Prime Minister was forced into agreeing to ...

The Brexit Brigade is riding into the Valley of Death

The great survivor has done it again. Theresa May is still prime minister and she’s still leading her troops on the long march towards Brexit. But there are no spoils of victory for May to enjoy. Her deal still won’t pass the House of Commons and the EU has categorically ...

All inclusive holidays set to grow in popularity in 2019

All inclusive holidays set to grow in popularity in 2019 According to tourism experts, the demand for all inclusive breaks will increase in 2019, especially among Brits. Here are some of the reasons why: Brexit Uncertainty  In a recent survey, it was revealed that 49% of 18- to 34-year-olds will ...

Give the people power to instruct parliament on how to proceed

Give the people power to instruct parliament on how to proceed

Theresa May has been accused of trying to "steamroller" her Brexit deal through parliament this weekend amid calls to give people the power to instruct parliament how to proceed. It's a familiar tale this time of year. With traffic jams abound the PM is facing the usual festive gridlock as ...

Fair trade and veganism have more in common than you think

Seven out of 12 UK train companies now offer vegan options

Seven major train companies offer vegan options on-board their trains now, compared to just two earlier this year, thanks to a campaign by a leading vegan charity. At the beginning of 2018 The Vegan Society launched the next phase of their popular Vegan on the Go campaign, which sought to get more ...

Homeless people have hotel bookings cancelled for Christmas

Homeless people have hotel bookings cancelled for Christmas

Homeless people in Hull have had hotel bookings cancelled after a charity raised over £1,000 to put a roof over their heads this Christmas.  Carl Simpson, founder of the Raise the Roof Homeless Project, said he was "gutted" after 14 twin rooms at the Royal Hotel in Hull were cancelled without ...

English Teaching: The Asian Expedition that pays

English Teaching: The Asian Expedition that pays

Traditionally a branch of applied linguistics, language education has become an integral part of the 21st century’s life-long learning process. Helping a non-native learn a foreign language is a booming profession in many countries, with English leading the pack. It is important to understand that the annual number of students ...