Saturday, February 06, 2016 02:15 AM
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Oye! News from England
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union have announced to stage 12 and 24-hour strikes in a dispute over safety starting next Friday at 6.30am for 24 hours. London Underground maintenance staff claims that after Friday, seven further walkouts will take place up to June. According to
Britain's TalkTalk Telecom Group has revealed that despite the consequences of the cyber-attack in October, which cost the company up to 80 million pounds, it had fewer customers quit on it than expected. Soon after the attack, the company’s Chief Executive, Dido Harding, revealed on television
A conservation charity, Friedkin Conservation Fund (FCF), has confirmed the news about the death of a British helicopter pilot, Roger Gower, after being shot dead by elephant poachers in Tanzania. According to the charity, the pilot was helping authorities track the criminals in Tanzania when they
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has optimistically started off a crucial weekend of negotiations over Britain’s future in Europe. Cameron emphasized on the European commission to provide better concessions on his reform agenda in order for him to limit a backbench revolt and increase the
The strong gusts of Storm Gertrude has swept most of the country with up to 90mph speed that left thousands of homes without power, buildings damaged and transport disrupted. The Met Office has issued a rare red alert for Orkney and Shetland with dangerous conditions expected throughout Friday.
UK’s Prime Minister David Cameron has cautioned London voters to refrain from becoming 'lab rats' for Jeremy Corbyn's policies and avoid voting for Sadiq Khan in the mayoral elections in May. In a direct attack at Labour's candidate for London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, Cameron claimed the election will
Authorities have warned of a potential heavy rainfall and localised flooding in Lancashire, where rivers are already at a very high water level due to the wettest December on record. The residents in the local areas have been warned to be cautious and prepare for possible flooding and refrain from
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