CONSUMERS have been warned against costly guarantor loans, which experts say could be as bad as payday loans were before reforms.
FRESH from tackling wonky vegetables, Jamie Oliver is now sinking his teeth into the scandal of millions of small eggs discarded every year because of our fussy eating habits.
BRITISH and American troops could link up to form a permanent rapid reaction force under new proposals.
Is homework still relevant? (Picture: Layland Masuda) It has always been one of the biggest challenges of school life but it seems that adults have finally woken up to the fact that homework is a pointless exercise. The setting of homework is still going to be pushed upon teachers by Ofsted but there is now […]
This is the first election poster released by the Conservative Party (Picture: Conservative Party) Yesterday, the Conservative Party unveiled this billboard, to kick off their initial campaigning for the 2015 election. The sign reads ‘Let’s stay on the road to a stronger economy’, alongside a straight, smooth road, which can probably be read as some […]
A major rescue operation has been launched after a cargo vessel believed to be carrying eight people overturned off the north of Scotland. Four lifeboats, two rescue helicopters and other vessels are searching for the crew of the vessel whose upturned hull was found by a passing ferry in the Pentland Firth. Shetland Coastguard was […]
Thousands of Australians fled their homes as wildfires raged across the nation’s south on Saturday, with firefighters struggling to contain the blazes fanned by strong winds. Dozens of pets have been burned to death after the fires tore through a kennel and cattery, with its owners forced to flee. More than 40 dogs and cats […]
The Tories’ much vaunted election poster campaign was in tatters on Saturday night after it emerged that the featured “road” was in fact a picture taken in Germany. Chancellor George Osborne said last night that it was “British road” shown on the election poster which promised the party would keep Britain on the “road to […]
EIGHT sailors were feared dead last night after a cargo ship loaded with cement overturned and sank off the coast of Scotland.
Legislation to be debated in the Commons on Monday will mean that once a phone has been identified, the Prison Service will be able to apply to a court for it to be disconnected, says Prisons Minister Andrew Selous