Wednesday, September 02, 2015 05:49 AM
Oye! News from England
In an announcement made by British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday, he vowed to increase fines for company owners who choose not to pay the minimum 'national living wage' to their workers. The national living wage is projected to increase up to 9 pounds per hour by the end of the decade.
Mayor of Calais, Natacha Bouchart, has confirmed that the port of Calais has been reopened as she expressed deep regret over the port been taken "hostage" by striking workers. Consequently, all ferry services across the English Channel are now reopened following a fresh blockade at the Port of
Official statistics revealed on Thursday have confirmed that the net migration to Britain has reached a record breaking level, i.e. 333,000 in the year to March 2015. The figure shows depicts the increase in the population due to the effects of immigration and emigration. Furthermore, the
Dublin Airport Authority has confirmed the suspension of all flights from the airport in result of the fire that erupted in a hangar at the facility. The airport has suspended services in and out of the facility as officials urge passengers to keep in touch with their airline representatives for the
The British government has announced to introduce new laws that will crack down on illegal migrants working in the country and punish them with jail time and seize their earnings. The government mentioned on Tuesday that it will now amplify its anti-immigration measures to take on the spike in
The British Finance Minister, George Osborne, is set to discuss his government’s pitch to reform its EU membership terms during a tour of Sweden and Denmark on Monday. He is anticipated to meet with Swedish prime minister, Stefan Loefven, and Denmark’s premier, Lars Loekke Rasmussen, along with
UK has announced to reopen its embassy in Iran today in light of the improving diplomatic relations between two countries. The embassy was shut down almost four years ago after being stormed by violent protesters. British Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, will be flying to Tehran to attend the
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