A Study In Britain Says Some Of Us Consumed To Much Alcohol. Experts think the “missing units” are consumed on special occasions like birthdays and weddings, which drinkers fail to count.
Sales figures have long indicated people drink significantly more than official reports suggest.
The UK Motor Industry Gets £1bn Britain’s motor industry is to receive more than £1bn in new funding over the next decade to improve its global competitiveness.
This new funding supports multi-billion pound investments announced in the last few years by global automotive companies to boost production levels and develop new technologies and models.
New British Citizenship Test Changes. Try your hand at the new version of the exam for aspiring Britons – featuring topics from the London Olympics to the Two Ronnies.
The new revised exam, that was introduced in March, the main aspects that will be covered are the following: nation’s culture, past, sport, music, historical facts.
Facebook Suffers December Traffic Dip As It Reaches Saturation Point. According to a web traffic measurement firm, Facebook drops its audience in December with 600,000 suggesting it has reached saturation point.
United States its been consider Facebook’s most developed market with 168 milion users folllowed by Britain.
First Britain To Have A Hand Transplant The first person in the UK to have a hand transplant was a former pub landlord, who is 51 years old, from West Yorkshire.
Mark Cahill, from Greetland near Halifax, said: “When I look at it and move it, it just feels like my hand.”Right now it feels really good, it’s not a lot of pain, it looks good, it looks a great match and I’m looking forward to getting it working now.”
People in London, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow or Southampton on the EE network will have access to 4G.
Other mobile networks like O2 and Vodafone are hoping to bring in 4G early next year.
This is the first estimate of how the economy performed in the third quarter of 2012, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirmed a return to growth of 1% over the three months following a 0.4% contraction in GDP in the previous period. That was higher than analysts had expected and the strongest quarter of GDP growth for five years.
In addition to 2012 Olympics sales there was another big national event, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee that stimulate Uk’s economy.