UK News

Marks and Spencer, Morrisons and Tesco Warned of Disastrous Christmas Slump

The three biggest British brand names are facing a slump in Christmas sales according to economists. Their unsatisfactory performance increases the pressure on chief executives to turnaround their company performance. According to Tesco, they had suffered a 2.4% fall in … read more

World Poverty/Crisis

China, Russia Oppose Military Advance on Syria at G20 Summit

China President Xi Jinping joins Russia President Vladimir Putin in continuing efforts to prevent a Syrian military strike by the United States and supporting countries. China said that it opposes the strike as it would cause great economic implications to … 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


Inter Guam news

Japanese Tourists Killed in Guam

Guam is a famous place to visit; this is part of the United States Pacific territory. There are so many foreigners from around the world who visit Guam for tours and vacations. It is rare to find some news that … read more


Changes For Disability Living Allowances Begin Today

Personal independence payments (PIPs) will today replace Disability Living Allowances (DLA) as the new UK government reforms begin today. From April, thousands of claimants from North England have applied for PIPs. Working professionals can also apply for a PIP today, … read more



54% of Payday Loan Borrowers Spend 196 Days in Debt

A recent white paper released by the American Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has suggested that around 54% of payday loan borrowers spend on average 196 days in debt. These figures certainly suggest that over half of the people who take … read more