Category: Things that affect us
Update on the Overseas Voting Bill
Dear John Rushton, The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “Give all British citizens living abroad the right to vote and dedicated
One year to go until the beginning of the Elizabeth Line
Elizabeth line services will be introduced in phases, with the central London stations opening in December 2018 “The Elizabeth line will transform travel across
Pickering’s views on Policy, Patents and Passports
by Richard Pickering Ins and outs Data from the ONS reveals the largest annual drop in net migration to the UK for decades (75% of
Christmas in France: What really happens ?
In France, Christmas is called Noel. This comes from the French phrase les bonnes nouvelles,” which means “the good news” and refers to the gospel.
Pickering’s Pot Pourri
by Richard Pickering Take it or leave it In a bid to head off at the pass any potential amendments to the Brexit Bill, David
Ryanair Responds Fully To CAR (& CAA) Requirements To Clarify Customer Entitlements During Cancellations
Ryanair today (29th Sept) met with the Irish Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) and agreed to implement a series of steps to address the CAR’s requirements
Ryanair has been making headlines more than usual, as long delays and cancelled flights
This is Money takes a look at airlines, where the fault lies, and how they should provide credible customer service. Ryanair has promised alternative flights
Manish’s Zodiac predictions for this month
Leo ( 23 July – 22 August ) – Your financial sector remains unstable, expenses will continue to increase, which will lead to a significant
Air Quality Certificates: Crit’Air
The Air Quality Certificate is a secure sticker that sticks to the vehicle, which indicates its environmental class according to its emissions of air pollutants.