OLDER WORKERS are potentially facing a crisis, as a new study has found thousands of Britons are either economically inactive or unemployed. This presents a significant problem, particularly as the furlough scheme draws to a conclusion tomorrow, leaving many unsure as to where to turn next.
CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW may be over but Britons' love for gardens can still be satisfied by visiting one of the most popular gardens in the country. Britons’ love for gardens make them great attractions all over the country. Autumnal colours bring something different to some of the most popular gardens in the UK.
CARAVANNING Britons should make the most of the autumn, when most of the crowds have gone home and many beauty spots can be enjoyed in relative peace. But where should they go? A caravan trip is not only for the summer months. With less people away from the peak travelling period and cheaper campsite rates, Britons looking to go on a break this autumn could be in luck.
Keir Starmer bids to turn page on Corbyn era with Labour conference speech pledging to prioritise power
Labour leader to propose a “contribution society” using skills of all Britons, in his first in-person conference set piece since taking over 18 months ago Sir Keir Starmer will seek to turn the page definitively on the Jeremy Corbyn era, delivering his first Labour conference speech in front of a live audience on Wednesday – a moment he sees as his first proper chance to introduce himself to the country.
Want to beat rising energy prices? Then Live off-grid! It sounds radical, but 150,000 people Britons have already cut the cord
As energy bills soar and Britain braces itself for a winter of discontent, there is one family who aren’t worried. Matthew and Charis Watkinson, and their children Elsa and Billy, have managed to evade the national energy crisis by becoming totally self-sufficient. The young family are one of tens of thousands of Britons who now live ‘off-grid’ — meaning they are disconnected from the national energy supply.
BRITONS who want to go on a city break this autumn and winter can visit some of the "chicest" staycation spots in the country. Which destination came top? A city break may be on the cards for Britons looking for a UK getaway. There are many fantastic places to choose from around the UK and a chic break could be the perfect way to escape the colder months’ blues.
MANY Britons travel abroad each year with dreams of settling down and taking it easy. However, after tragedy struck, Alex Avery moved to Fuengirola, Spain to look after her mum Pam, who had suffered a stroke. Viewers of Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun saw Ms Avery put on a cabaret show which helped her raise over £1,000 for the charity who has helped her care for her mum abroad.
CAMPING is a popular option for Britons going on holidays, but they may have problems with packing up. Thankfully, campers have plenty of tips to help. Camping Britons are sharing tips on social media. With a UK holidays on the rise and a camping trip a popular option to enjoy the great British outdoors, many Britons have gone on their first camping trip this year.
THE FUEL shortage has made many Britons realise how much they rely on their cars, but a holiday or getaway doesn't have to involve getting behind the wheel. Britons who would rather avoid the long queues at petrol stations can hope on a train. And there are some truly picturesque UK destinations to reach by rail.
Will there be another lockdown this winter? The UK Government’s plan to tackle a rise in Covid cases explained
There is no mention of lockdown restrictions in the Covid winter plan, but the Government has left the door open for ‘plan C’ England eased the majority of its remaining Covid-19 restrictions on 19 July, completing the long-awaited final stage of its lockdown roadmap. These “freedom day” changes had been delayed from an initial target date of 21 June, but were delayed by four weeks following the rapid spread of the Delta variant.
MARTIN LEWIS has addressed the reports that Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak may lower the threshold that determines when university graduates have to pay back loans. Mr Sunak is reportedly planning to lower the salary level at which some Britons start repaying loans. Under this move, more graduates would pay this back monthly as those on lower salaries would also meet the requirements.
A STUNNED fuel driver revealed the extent some Britons are going to in order to get petrol for their cars. BBC'S Naga Munchetty spoke to a fuel driver Iain and asked him to explain his recent experiences. The driver said that some cars have begun tailing his lorry in hopes that he is about to deliver some petrol.
SKIPTON Building Society is currently offering an enticing 3.5 percent interest rate to eligible savers through one of its newest accounts. However, understandably, Britons are being urged to check their eligibility for this kind of account to avoid potentially being disappointed. It could, however, help many people to significantly grow their cash.
Pest control experts have been seeing an uptick in the number of rats terrorising British homes, and to make matters worse they’ve noticed that the size of these crafty rodents is getting increasingly bigger. In Norwich, specifically, the problem has gotten so dire that Andrew Dellbridge, head of Ace Pest Control, had to hire more employees to control these alleged ‘monster rats.’
FURIOUS Britons have slammed a Rejoiner lobby group over its plans to picket this weekend's Conservative Party conference. Grassroots for Europe intends to hold a protest in Manchester on Sunday to ensure that Brexit remains at the “front and centre of the agenda”, it said on its website.
AN IR35 warning is being issued to Britons, with one organisation warning the changes introduced earlier in the year are a key issue in "driving the HGV crisis". Currently, there are a shortage of Heavy Goods Vehicle drivers due to the ongoing Covid pandemic, Brexit changes, and a number of other contributing factors.
PANIC buyers have been branded "pathetic sheep" and urged to "try some self-control" as the fuel crisis rages on in the UK. Selfish motorists continue to fill their petrol tanks, jerry cans and even water bottles to the limit, despite the Government urging drivers to behave normally.
Janet Street-Porter says 'eco-snobbery' is the latest example of Britain's class divide as posh shoppers try to 'out eco' each other by 'drinking oat milk' and 'making kimchi'
Janet Street-Porter said Britons are snobby about being environmentally friendly British panellist appeared on the ITV programme today to talk about snootiness Janet said she'd noticed that the new snootiness is all about being sustainable Loose Women's Janet Street-Porter has claimed Britons are now snooty about being environmentally friendly as they try to 'out eco' each other.