The university in London which was banned from accepting applications from international students from outside of the EU has had its licence reinstated following a UK Home Office inspection.
There are conditions, however, and the London Metropolitan University is now on a probationary period lasting 12 months to ensure that it fully complies with the rules and . . . → Read More: University banned from taking foreign students gets its licence back
George Osborne is all set to announce that irresponsible banks will not be allowed to be bailed out through money from the taxpayers. He will also define the plans to curb the reckless ‘casino’ investment units of such banks. Also, he’ll be talking about the proposed move to forcibly quash banks that trespass the rules.
Mr. Osborne’s . . . → Read More: Chancellor set to stop bail outs for ‘irresponsible banks’
Google is set to begin building a new headquarters next to King’s Cross station, and this isn’t going to be a small project by any stretch. Costs are expected to rise to somewhere around £1 billion. The proposed building will be somewhere between seven to eleven stories tall as the lot is rather narrow despite being . . . → Read More: Google plan new Kings Cross HQ
It has been announced that the Home Office is drawing up a contingency plan should the current problems in Greece escalate further, leading to an influx of Greek immigrants into Britain. Under current legislation, EU nationals are allowed to enter the UK to work anywhere but Theresa May, the Home Secretary, has said that there are . . . → Read More: Britain expects an influx of Greek immigrants in the near future
It is a year since Steve Jobs passed away, and the man who replaced the seemingly irreplaceable has made the company both more ethical, and more profitable. On the 4th October 2011 Tim Cook took to the world’s stage for the first time at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California as its new chief executive to . . . → Read More: Steve Jobs replacement turns Apple into a more ethical company
Ofcom, the media regulator in the UK have recently reached a decision where BSkyB are allowed to keep their broadcasting licence, and that they are a company that are both fit and proper in order for holding this licence.
This investigation was launched after the phone hacking scandal that has caused a great deal of controversy about . . . → Read More: Ofcom rule that BSkyB can keep their broadcasting licence
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
In news that will be a shock for some, but expected by others, Microsoft have announced that they are closing down Hotmail, the free email service that at the last count had around 350m users. The service will be relaunched as Outlook.com, and Microsoft will undoubtedly be hoping that they can finally sort out the many . . . → Read More: Hotmail is leaving the building
Amazon is opening a London centre in an effort to globally expand its television and film delivery services. Right now the firm has its headquarters in Seattle, but Amazon stated that London is clearly the best choice for the new digital centre given the fact that Britain is one of the pioneers of on demand services . . . → Read More: Amazon opens a centre in London as part of its global expansion