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Inflation in the UK is almost two times higher than the government forecasts
Jun 03, 2020

Annual inflation in the UK rose to 3.5% in March. This figure is almost two times higher than the forecasts of the Bank of England. The financial regulator plans to keep inflation at 2% until the end of the year. Inflation reduces the real incomes of the British and devalues ​​their savings. The fight against […]

British cruise company P & O Cruises ships crew salaries tied to the quality of customer service
Jun 03, 2020

The company P & O Cruises has changed the principle of payment of the State of cruise liners. Staff will receive additional cash bonuses, as well as retain the right to a tip, if you pick up enough positive feedback from passengers during the voyage and execute a sales plan. Otherwise, employees will be satisfied […]

Burst of activity in the UK property market was a temporary phenomenon
Jun 03, 2020

Sales of property in the UK have fallen by the end of April. This was the first drop since September 2011. Experts say that the surge of activity in recent months was a temporary phenomenon. Customers wanted to get home before the removal of tax exemptions. Today, the British property market returns to a state […]

School holidays in the UK may be delayed
Jun 03, 2020

The largest teachers’ unions in England and Wales, representing 600,000 school employees threaten to strike this fall. The beginning of the school year may be postponed in protest against government policies in education. Trade unions NUT and NASUWT, representing the interests of 9 out of 10 British teachers told Education Minister Michael Gove’s readiness to […]

The Falkland Islands remain British
Jun 03, 2020

British Prime Minister David Cameron criticized the leaders of Argentina, which is opposed to holding a referendum on the independence of the Falkland Islands in 2013. This criticism was voiced 30 years after the Falklands War, during which Great Britain took control of the Falkland Islands. Mr Cameron said that Argentine leaders questioned the ability […]

The cost of a British passport has decreased by £ 5
Jun 03, 2020

The British government has reported a decrease in the cost of a passport of a citizen of Great Britain by 5 pounds. This is made possible by reducing state services responsible for issuing passports. The new cost of a passport will be £ 72.50. However, before the end of the summer the cost of paperwork […]

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has promised billions of dollars in investments in infrastructure projects
Jun 03, 2020

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne in charge of the government’s economic policy David Cameron has promised to provide soft loans to companies that take it upon myself to begin construction of infrastructure facilities. Mr. Osborne said that his initiative to attract private investment of up to 40 billion pounds in transport and energy sector […]

What will happen to the UK economy
Jun 03, 2020

National Bureau of Statistics reported UK GDP falling by 0.7% in the II quarter of 2012. These figures were significantly worse than expectations of most experts, who believed that the economy will shrink by 0.2%. Thus, Britain is experiencing the deepest recession in the last five decades. Construction of new homes fell by more than […]

How many years will continue for the crisis
Jun 03, 2020

August 2007 is considered to be the beginning of the global financial crisis. The British banking system is facing serious difficulties with the first five years ago, but out of a difficult situation is not yet clear. Has the world become closer to the end of the crisis over the past five years, and if […]

Wealthy European countries come out of the first euro-zone
Jun 03, 2020

Financial analysts discuss the possible consequences of default in Greece and out of the country of the eurozone. According to some reports, the Greek government may declare a state of bankruptcy in September of this year. Such developments will result in rejection of international lenders to allocate a new loan to Athens because of poor […]

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