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By Handmade in Britain
With spending cuts, manufacturing going abroad and the banks not lending it is easy to see why small British businesses are struggling. However even in this current economic climate Handmade in Britain is proud to support and showcase British talent

By Mary Stuart-Miller
Top UK tour operator CV Travel has come up with its top choice British houses for Christmas and New Year, including an eco-friendly Welsh farm with its own private beach and a cosy Suffolk farmhouse.

By Carole Nash
Today (Wednesday 25th August) sees the great British biking public having its say on who owns the nation’s most magnificent motorcycles as voting opens in Britain’s Got Biking Talent with Carole Nash.

By Carole Nash
Motorcycle insurance premiums have fallen year-on-year across most categories of machine according to researched released by the UK’s biggest bike insurance specialist.

By Carole Nash
It’s back, the biggest and best celebration of the nation’s most beautiful bikes. Yes, it’s once again time to show us yours as Britain’s Got Biking Talent, with Carole Nash, returns to revel in biking beauty!

By Johanna Nield
Rhyl. Porthmadog. Glasgow. Cheshire. Cumbria. The Lake District. What do these places have in common?

By John Sylvester
Britain's experts have challenged the new British chancellor of the exchequer, who claims to have delivered a "tough but fair" budget, while Nietzsche warns us to withdraw from the idolatry of they, the superfluous ones, that the state devised.

By Adam Grieve
A British-based author has endeavoured to buck the trend of traditional crime fiction in a bid to inject action and reality into his new book.

By Alfa Travel
Alfa Travel has seen a huge increase in bookings for 2010 - many from new coach travellers. For anyone who has not experienced the comfort of modern coach travel, Alfa's fleet of luxury coaches are sure to be a welcome surprise.

By Bruce Ross, CEO, MyoQuip Pty Ltd
Innovative Australian strength equipment company, MyoQuip Pty Ltd, is shifting its main centre of operations to the UK following the appointment of Farnborough-based Gen3 Kinematics as its exclusive manufacturing licensee for the European Union.

By Voices.com
London-based voice over talent Mike Cooper narrates an exciting new televised series documenting the military history of Great Britain during World War II.

By Sarah Vanstone
A watermill on its own tiny island that once featured in `Dad’s Army’is the newest addition to CV Travel’s British collection of houses and cottages.

By tranared
No longer satisfied with just a guided tour of heritage sites and observing local festivals, the culture vultures are keen on firsthand experiences

By Alfa Travel
The Seabank Hotel is stunningly situated and offers breathtaking sea-views from almost all rooms.

By V & A Shop
‘Quilts 1700 – 2010’ will have more than 65 quilts on display, from a 1690s cot cover, to more recent pieces designed by contemporary artists such as Tracy Emin and Grayson Perry.

By The Marketing Division
The search to find the most enterprising place in the East Midlands began last week with the launch of the Enterprising Britain 2010 competition.

By South West Balloon Flights
Thousands of people visit England looking for things to do. The chilled out nature of the country, along with its history and landscape, makes it the perfect place to escape. But what do you do to escape? Why not go ballooning?

By Citation
The 54-year-old from Bristol has filed claims against at least 60 companies over three years because their postings use the terms “school leaver” and “recent graduate”, without actually applying for the jobs in question.

By Citation
Findings from a recent survey released indicate as many as 350,000 employees call in with their excuses and pull a ‘sickie’ on the first Monday in February.

By jugurety
The British government has been particularly concerned about the botched attempt by suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian national, to blow up a plane bound for Detroit on Dec. 25 because he was a student in London between 2005 and 2008.

By Alfa Travel
Recommend a friend to Alfa Travel as a new customer, and you will both receive a £15 discount on your next holiday booking.

By Eloquent Books
A Wonderful Adventure Where Learning History is Fun

By rangawert
Google legally avoided paying more than 450 million pound in corporation tax to HM Revenue & Customs in 2008, as it diverted all its advertising earnings from customers in Britain to its Irish subsidiary, the newspaper said.

By FinSoul
The British government begins next round of incentives for businesses converting to biomass energy.

By Eitan Fried
After a second arrest warrant against an Israeli official who wished to enter Britain, the Israeli Foreign Ministry announced this morning that the arrest warrant against Livni will cause a diplomatic crisis. "We condemn this absurd situation"

By Ronke Lawal
Simone Williams label designs exclusive one off dress for Miss Black Britain 2009 contestant, Chantel Daniel.

By Seawise & Titanic
News about British view of recent court case involving RMS Titanic Inc.

By Mary Stuart-Miller
CV Travel’s pick of the top place to stay in the UK over Christmas 2009

By Mary Stuart-Miller
Christmas cottage in Cornwall For a cosy Christmas guests can snuggle up in front of the log burning stove in `The Cow Shed’ a stone cottage for four close to Polzeath Beach in Cornwall.

By PR News
Bristol-based public relations agency, Empica was chosen for the national media launch of Afghan Heroes, which provides support for families of British troops who have lost their lives in Afghanistan.

By Reena Dhiman
Autumn Fair 2009 offered enormous opportunities for showcasing home & decor items. It was 4 days fair where large number of business professionals from throughout the world took active participation and explored business avenues.

By Junaid Bhatti, 1001 Inventions
An educational foundation has announced plans to distribute free books to UK schools to highlight the scientific and cultural legacy of Muslim civilisation. 1001 Inventions is the brainchild of the Foundation for Science Technology and Civilisation.

By weekendgetaway
Visitors to self catering properties account for 5.72 million visits per year***. Nearly half (47 per cent) spend more than £50 per week in specialist food shops and over two thirds eat at local pubs and restaurants with a bill of £50 or more

By Eloquent Books
Set against the backdrop of Britain in World War II, this novel about a teacher involving herself in her students’ lives, proves that even in the worst of times goodness can prevail and warmth can be shared with others.

By The SPA Way
NEW research has revealed that the traditional British pudding of Apple Crumble and Custard is the nation’s favourite with just over 54% of the public vote.

By Colman Getty Consultancy
‘Always Look on the Bright Side of Life’ has been voted the nation’s favourite comedy song in a recent Reader’s Digest poll.

By Mary Stuart-Miller
CV Travel has come up with its choice of some of the world’s finest foodie houses, where food and the pursuit of epicurean delights can play a big part in the holiday,

By Mary Stuart-Miller
With demand high for British holidays this year CV Travel has added two new properties in The Cotswolds and Cornwall, in time for July and August arrivals.

By Great Britain Historical GIS
A website launching this week not only shows how places and lives in Britain have changed over the past 250+ years but also hints at the best time to call a General Election.

By Eloquent Books
On the bloody battlefields of history, two ancient forces meet to determine the fate of Wessex, England.

By Andrew Walwyn
Satellite ISP Tariam pushes its domestic satellite broadband product ahead of most ADSL offerings with 3.6 Mbps downnload and double the data allowances

By customer service
At the start of this year Visit Britain the organisation created on 1st April 2003 to market Britain to the rest of the world and England to the British stipulated in its rules for inclusion in their quality scheme that all member hotels must provide

By Shary
Will Wi-Fi be the deciding factor for UK?

By Mary Stuart-Miller
CV Travel continues to expand its collection of British holiday houses and cottages, launched earlier in 2009.

By Jules Wyman, Positive Belief
Having battled though years of self doubt and low self esteem, confidence coach Jules Wyman is now in the semi finals of Britain's Next Top Coach revealing 'The Secrets about confidence'

By Justyn Perry
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing allows readers to see into the future with an “electronic brain”… but are we the first to find this technology?

By Mary Stuart-Miller
UNDER £100… Northumberland coast, restored barn for 4, £97.50 / person / week

By Strategic Book Publishing
David Scholes’ Science Fiction and Alternate History—A Collection of Short Stories gives sci fi fans a vivid and wonderful collection of tales that take the reader on an imaginative, suspenseful and sometimes terrifying escape.

By Internet Advantage SL
The British Study Centres/ICH Easter camp for juniors got under way this week in brilliant spring sunshine. The camp is taking place at Ardingly College in the glorious Sussex countryside near Brighton.

By Ballencrieff House
A recently-appointed “Ambassador for Peace” from the UK is to make an official visit to Pakistan this week. The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Cllr Abdul Rashid, will be visiting the troubled Asian Republic at a time of heightened political tensions.




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