UK News


UN Home Office Intensifies Security Post French Attacks

According to Home Office Secretary Theresa May, UK’s homeland security will be intensified in major cities and UK borders after Friday’s terror attacks in Paris. Security plans will review the events and lessons learned during the Paris bombings. Armed police … read more

World Poverty/Crisis

Angela Merkel: We Must Act Together

The Syrian Refugee Crisis has become Europe’s crisis according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Today, Germany is to accept 800,000 refugees from the four-year crisis involving Syrian rebels and regimes’ increased fighting. About 500,000 migrants may arrive this year, says … read more


UK PPI Bill Could Potentially Overtake £20 Billion

UK analysts said that as the UK Big Four banks continue to add further to their PPI redress bill for the country, the current £12 billion compensation package could likely reach £20 billion or even more the following year. As … read more


Japan and Asian Relationship Growing Stronger

According to analysts and investors, Japan is relaying its message for the rest of Asia in a clear and loud manner: it intends to branch out and create partners. According to Matthews Asia Portfolio Manager Kenichi Amaki, investors should see … read more


Man, Seven Others, Deny Involvement With Car Insurance Fraud Organisation Over Personal Injury

In South Wales, 33-years-old Matthew Davies from Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff, said he was not involved with a car insurance fraud ring attempting to cash in on the UK’s lucrative personal injury compensation culture. In the Cardiff Crown Court, six … read more


Labour Day Is Fast Approaching! Are You Ready?

Living in the United States? Prepared for your little vacation on Labour Day? Well, you’d best be ready for traffic. This year, it is estimated that 35.5 million Americans will travel 50 miles from their home for their Labour Day … read more