As the service heads into what is likely to be the busiest week of the winter, Jane Cummings, the chief nursing officer for England, called for the...Former members of the House of Lords will be allowed to carry on eating in the subsidised dining rooms of the upper house.
The statues, modelled on the originals designed by the artist Sir Edwin Landseer that surround Nelson’s Column, are...
About 300,000 unemployed and very low earners are missing out on financial support worth at least £73 a week, according to a report.
Smokers have been hit by Philip Hammond's spring Budget with the cost of a pack of 20 cigarettes rising by 35 pence tonight.
Tobacco duty will increase at two per cent above inflation under planned price hikes first announced in 2014.
The average cost of a 20-pack of premium cigarettes could now rise from £ 9.91 to £10.26, according to the Tobacco Manufacturers' Association (TMA).
It also means the price of a 30g pack of rolling tobacco will increase by 44 pence from 6pm tonight.
The blurb says it’s perfect as the first drink of the evening, but it faintly reminded me of cucumber sandwiches. This is as familiar as an old slipper, and a little like stepping back in time. It may be unexciting, but it’s a little like an aged aunt: you are glad you went back to visit.
This is distilled in England and blended with Icelandic water, which the makers claim results in a uniquely fresh taste. One sip of this and you are transported to summer — if not heaven!
Technology that sucks toxic gas out of cars will be introduced early next year after fears that drivers and passengers are being exposed to dangerously high levels of pollution.
A system capable of measuring a vehicle’s emissions as it drives along will be tested in Britain for the first time, in a scheme that could herald a “polluter pays” system of road charging. A system capable of measuring a vehicle’s emissions as it drives along will be tested in Britain for the first time, in a scheme that could herald a “polluter pays” system of road charging. Foreign trawlers that use electric shocks to catch fish in British waters are being investigated after research showed that they are killing cod and other species they are not targeting.
British fishermen have reported that the sea is a...