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Drivers will still have access to satellite navigation systems after Brexit

Drivers will still have access to satellite navigation systems after Brexit

Brexit could have implications for satellite and space programmes in the UK. At the moment, we are mostly reliant on GPS, a global positioning system that is run and owned by America, for things like car sat navs, location services and smartphones as well as military applications that use tracking. However, the EU is in the […]

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The Royal Mint is releasing a Stephen Hawking 50p coin – here’s how much it could be worth

The Royal Mint is releasing a Stephen Hawking 50p coin – here’s how much it could be worth

A new commemorative coin is on the way, and it’s set to feature a tribute to the late Stephen Hawking, who died in March 2018. A Royal Proclamation – as reported by ChangeChecker.org – announced the new 50p coin this week, which will honour the life of the eminent physicist, and in particular his theoretical […]

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We investigate EU myths: From bendy bananas to banning kids colouring

We investigate EU myths: From bendy bananas to banning kids colouring

Over the years there have been a number of stories about how EU laws impact our lives in the UK. With the Brexit date looming we take a look at the rulings that have made the headlines over the years and discover if they are true or false. The EU banned straight and bendy bananas TRUE […]

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ISIS bride Shamima Begum brands threat to revoke her British citizenship as ‘unjust’

ISIS bride Shamima Begum brands threat to revoke her British citizenship as ‘unjust’

Islamic State bride Shamima Begum has branded the Government’s decision to revoke her British citizenship as “unjust”. Nineteen year old Begum left the UK to travel to Syria at the age of 15, along with two fellow London schoolgirls, where she married an ISIS foreign fighter. ‘A bit shocked’ The teenager, who recently gave birth […]

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Police say teens are setting fire to bins to ‘get high on fumes’ in dangerous new craze

Police say teens are setting fire to bins to ‘get high on fumes’ in dangerous new craze

Teenagers are engaging in a dangerous new craze which involves setting fire to wheelie bins in order to ‘get high off the fumes’, police have warned. Greater Manchester Police have seen several instances of the craze reported in recent weeks, and have stressed that the fumes released from the plastic are “highly toxic”. ‘Extremely dangerous’ […]

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Sky will raise TV, broadband and phone prices from April – here’s how much more you’ll have to pay

Sky will raise TV, broadband and phone prices from April – here’s how much more you’ll have to pay

by Matthew Mohan-Hickson Millions of customers who get their TV, broadband and phone from Sky will soon have to fork out more for the services. The media company is set to raise the price of its packages from 1 April, with those set to be affected due to be contacted by 21 February. This means […]

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All you need to know about the Eu Settlement Scheme

All you need to know about the Eu Settlement Scheme

I hold a EU passport (therefore EU Nationality) and have been living in the UK since 2002. I have the full rights to work and stay in the UK. Can you please confirm whether any of my rights will be impacted after Brexit? If so, please explain what will be affected? Do I need to […]

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Brexit food shortages are not inevitable – keep calm and don’t panic buy

Brexit food shortages are not inevitable – keep calm and don’t panic buy

With no Brexit deal in place and March 29 fast approaching, fears are growing that the UK will struggle to maintain supplies of food currently sourced from the EU. A company producing £295 “Brexit boxes” containing freeze-dried food, a water filter and fire-starting gel, recently said it has sold 600, showing that this issue is close […]

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Government advice on how to prepare your business for Brexit

Government advice on how to prepare your business for Brexit

Businesses can get help and advice on preparing for Brexit using an online tool on the government website. The government is currently planning for every possible outcome including no deal and has issued a number of technical notices and publications on how individuals, organisations and businesses can prepare for leaving the EU. Businesses can visit www.gov.uk […]

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Lotto and EuroMillions jackpots worth £170m on offer in space of 24 hours

Lotto and EuroMillions jackpots worth £170m on offer in space of 24 hours

Tickets for the National Lottery are in hot demand as fans try to snap up the winning numbers for two huge jackpots, worth more than £170 million. A hefty £154 million is up for grabs to be won in tonight’s EuroMillions draw, followed by an £18.2 million top prize in tomorrow’s “Must Be Won” Lotto […]

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