'As a proud member of the UK high street, we remain committed to the role Costa plays in supporting the economic recovery of the country, but today I want to say a huge thank you to all of our team members that are affected by this announcement and we will be supporting you throughout this process.' … [Read more...] about Pizza Express will shut 73 of its 449 restaurants – one in six of its UK sites – with 1,100 jobs under threat as cost saving plans are approved by creditors
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Opinion on Prime Minister Johnson’s ability to control migration has waned over the summer months, with record waves of illegal boat migrants making their way to Britain by crossing the English Channel from France, with over 5,600 illegals arriving since the start of the year. … [Read more...] about Poll: Majority of ‘Red Wall’ Voters Oppose Boris Johnson’s Open Immigration Policies
A July Wall Street Journal report said the plan seemed to be driving demand, noting that a travel website operated by messaging app Line and Venture Republic saw bookings increase by about 40 per cent the weekend after the subsidies were announced. All Nippon Airways, meanwhile, announced that it would come close to restoring its full schedule of domestic flights for the August 7-17 summer holiday period. … [Read more...] about Why isn’t New Zealand among the countries offering serious travel incentives?
From the beginning, the mindset we had was the current house we purchased was never meant as the "it" house, since our priority was to get on the property ladder, and have some equity behind us towards our next house. … [Read more...] about We bought £282k first-home by cutting back on holidays and eating out
Starter Home Initiative - A Government scheme that will see 200,000 new-build homes in England sold to first-time buyers with a 20% discount by 2020. To receive updates on the progress of these homes you can register your interest on the Starter Homes website. … [Read more...] about What’s next for house prices? Will they fall after hitting 16-year high
"The dominant rhetoric from western countries goes beyond the humanitarian principle to emphasize economic self-interest," she wrote. "They paint a caricature of a population where Hong Kong's poor and disenfranchised are never part of the picture, where a life's worth is defined by its productivity." … [Read more...] about Hong Kong set the bar for charter cities. But it’s not a blueprint that can be transported