By Faye Lipson, News Reporter MSE News
f you’re planning to drive to France and go through Paris, Lyon or Grenoble, beware. New rules mean you’re likely to need to display a vehicle emissions sticker on your windscreen, while older cars could be banned altogether at certain times.
The three French cities have introduced the ‘Crit’Air’ [...]
by Christian Cosby, Iceni Projects
Brexit day is upon us. The debates set in motion by the referendum will now be amplified as the Government kicks off the process for real.
Will Brexit put rocket boosters on Global Britain, free from the overweening presence of Brussels? Or will raising the drawbridge close off trade [...]
by Bob Elliott
A List of Essential Web Sites
Here are the most useful web sites that will help you set up the best services for you. There are many more of course and there are others only your telecom provider has access to as part of the services they offer.
Use this site to [...]
We’re very sorry to report the death of Linda Shepherd
She was ‘an inspiration to us all’ and her work has helped thousands
Cancer Support France founder, Linda Shepherd, has died at the age of 64 following her own battle with cancer.
She founded the charity in 2002 in Poitou-Charentes after she was diagnosed [...]
by Richard Pickering Head of Research at Cushman & Wakefield
Supremely Pointless In line with expectations, the Supreme Court has upheld the ruling that Parliament must vote on the issue before invoking Article 50.
What does this mean? Substantially, very little. It feels inconceivable that Parliament will vote against the referendum decision, regardless of MPs [...]
by Brian Cave
Roger Boaden who has working so very hard on getting this restored. I hope that you will react and send the mail as requested.
I have an urgent appeal from Roger Boaden to our members who registered on the European Parliament’s PETI website to signify support for Roger’s Petition to the Parliament’s [...]
by David Anderson
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by David Anderson
This article is for general information only. Law is a highly specialised area and you should only act or refrain from acting after receiving full professional advice on the facts of your particular case. This article is for general information and does not constitute investment advice. [...]
by Brian Cave
Harry Shindler phoned me – “I have an idea”, he said. “Not unusual” I replied.
“We should stop saying ‘expatriate”. “I thought the same myself – I use the term ‘Citizens Abroad’. “That’s interesting” said Harry. “I’ve decided to use ‘Britons Abroad”
My reply – “I dislike expatriate because many people spell [...]
Current advice re Avian flu
by Anthony Allen at Cotswold Chickens
Judging by the number of calls we have received today many of you are either worried or confused by this mornings radio announcements so we thought that it might help to post our interpretation of the information.
It should be noted that NO [...]