Home   Authors   Author

Xbox subscriptions and online passes to change

26 January 2022
Xbox subscriptions and online passes to change

Microsoft is to make changes to its Xbox subscriptions, including Xbox Live Gold, following an investigation into online gaming memberships.

3

The Highway Code changes that will give cyclists priority over drivers

25 January 2022
The Highway Code changes that will give cyclists priority over drivers

All you need to know about changes to the Highway Code that will give cyclists and pedestrians priority over drivers from the end of this month.

96

What is Stealth Omicron and why are scientists watching it so closely?

24 January 2022
What is Stealth Omicron and why are scientists watching it so closely?

New Omicron variant BA.2, thought to be more contagious than the current strain, is being investigated by scientists worldwide and here's why:

26

6 ways to ask for a pay rise in 2022

24 January 2022
6 ways to ask for a pay rise in 2022

With the cost of living soaring how is it best to raise the subject of a pay rise so that you can take home a little more money each month?

5

What is the Big Jubilee Lunch and how can I organise a street party?

22 January 2022
What is the Big Jubilee Lunch and how can I organise a street party?

If you've got the bunting at the ready here's everything you need to know about throwing a street party for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

7

New 50p Jubilee coin to enter circulation and here's how to get one

21 January 2022
New 50p Jubilee coin to enter circulation and here's how to get one

A new 50p coin to celebrate The Queen's Platinum Jubilee is to enter circulation and here's how you can get your hands on one.

6

Arctic blast to bring sub-zero temperatures

19 January 2022
Arctic blast to bring sub-zero temperatures

Widespread frosts and freezing temperatures are expected until the weekend with a cold weather alert also coming into force.

Meningitis B cases rising sharply among teens

19 January 2022
Meningitis B cases rising sharply among teens

Meningitis B cases are rising sharply with health officials warning numbers among teenagers are exceeding pre-pandemic levels.

4

Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

18 January 2022
Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

Morrisons has become the first supermarket to make cuts to sick pay for unjabbed staff who have to isolate after being exposed to Covid.

130

Calls to make electric vehicle charging points more accessible

18 January 2022
Calls to make electric vehicle charging points more accessible

Heavy cables and poor lighting are among the problems people can encounter with EV charging points, claim disability charities and the AA.

9

Cost of living to 'devastate' poorest families

18 January 2022
Cost of living to 'devastate' poorest families

A charity is demanding emergency payments to help families stay afloat as energy bill rises, it says, threaten to send more into deep poverty.

93

Young people are the most lonely in society says charity

17 January 2022
Young people are the most lonely in society says charity

Young people are the most lonely in society, says a charity, which is using 'Blue Monday' to encourage people to check on others this month.

9

The driving offences that will cost you £160 from today

17 January 2022
The driving offences that will cost you £160 from today

Drivers caught breaking the rules on the capital's red routes will face fines of £160 from today as Transport for London increases penalty charges.

21

Today's changes to self-isolation rules explained

17 January 2022
Today's changes to self-isolation rules explained

For the second time in a month the Covid self-isolation rules in England are changing.

2

Commuters warned as 17-week tube closure begins today

15 January 2022
Commuters warned as 17-week tube closure begins today

Those going to London are being told to plan ahead and pick quieter times to travel as a section of the Underground is closed for 17 weeks.

Football banning orders to tackle online hate

13 January 2022
Football banning orders to tackle online hate

Football fans caught abusing people online could soon be banned from matches under government plans to tackle racist language and internet trolls.

1

Changes to Covid rules announced today

13 January 2022
Changes to Covid rules announced today

The self-isolation period in England is being reduced and travel to France is resuming - here's all you need to know about the new Covid rule changes.

Full list of supermarket foods being recalled over salmonella fears

13 January 2022
Full list of supermarket foods being recalled over salmonella fears

Supermarkets including Aldi, Asda and Morrisons are recalling a number of items over fears they may contain salmonella - read the full list here.

3

Met Office warns of freezing fog for Kent

12 January 2022
Met Office warns of freezing fog for Kent

Freezing fog could make driving conditions difficult in the next few days and across the weekend with sub-zero temperatures also on the way.

Sixty years of The Rolling Stones depicted in 12 new stamps

11 January 2022
Sixty years of The Rolling Stones depicted in 12 new stamps

The Rolling Stones are to become only the fourth band in history to have their own stamps, being released to mark the group's 60th anniversary.

Close This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.Learn More