Ecuador and Britain are locked into a stand-off over what to do about Julian Assange after the South American country offered him political asylum even though Britain expressed vehement interest in prosecuting him back to their country for leaks that threatened the well being of the country.
Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, watched the situation unfold on . . . → Read More: Stand-off continues over Assange
Boris and Ken have made the role of Mayor of London a great success between them, but their success might come at a high cost to the rest of the UK according to Kevin Meagher, who is concerned that the duo are using tough love in order to help sort out the state of things in . . . → Read More: When the Mayor of London speaks, the rest of the country listens
Houses prices fell once again in July after two months of noticeable increase but a new survey stated that this may be the end of movement for home prices at all as they are expected to remain flat now for the duration of the year.
The Halifax House Price Index put the average home price at £161,094 . . . → Read More: House prices expected to remain static for the rest of 2012
Compared to July last year, new car registrations rose by 9.3 percent in the corresponding month this year. In 2012 so far, 1.2 million new vehicles have been registered and, percentage-wise, registrations have gone up by over 3.5 percent in the year. This is according to figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
The SMMT . . . → Read More: New car registrations rise by 9.3% compared to 2011
Computers are becoming more and more technologically advanced by the day. A decade a go, playing a DVD on the average computer might have been an issue. Nowadays people can easily download films, store home movies and even have video conference calls across the internet without too much trouble. The great thing is, the cost of . . . → Read More: Test broadband speed quickly and easily
Those consumers who are shopping around for the best deal on commercial electricity have an easier time than ever to find the best supplier for their needs. Comparing suppliers of commercial electricity is now fast, simple and with a few key facts in mind the whole process can be stress free, and is also a one . . . → Read More: Commercial electricity comparison is quick and easy
Businesses are certainly feeling the pinch lately, but there are things that can be done to help reduce this squeeze on businesses. The great thing is that there are plenty of different ways to save money. A lot of SME’s focus on increasing their current revenue and forget that they might be wasting money on a . . . → Read More: Business electricity bills can be cut
Eyes have been on the Russian government recently as people are waiting to see how the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, is going to react to the dissent that has been seen by three women who protested against the president in the main cathedral in Russia. The women were from a band called Pussy Riot and . . . → Read More: The world waits to see how Putin will react to the ‘Pussy Riot’ protest
The organiser of the Olympic Games has recently announced that more tickets are going to go on sale after there have been arguments over the empty seats. The organiser initially announced that 3000 tickets are going to be put back into the system in order to be resold to make sure that the sea to fulfil . . . → Read More: More tickets released for sale for the Olympics