Residents of the seaside village of St Margaret's-at-Cliffe in Kent are complaining that they are being charged international roaming prices as they are being inadvertently connecting to French telephone networks.
A leading GP registrar, Dr. Mark Murphy, recently has affirmed that the Irish State was complicit with health ill-effects, completely, that come from denial for access to legal abortion services.
British lender Lloyds will reportedly increase in the amount of cash it has set aside to compensate customers who had been mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).
Emerging reports say that the increase will be announced when the Britain's biggest retail lender will reveal its full-year results on Friday.
The sale of the 4G network in the UK delivered a whopping £1.2 billion less than what George Osborne's estimate, giving an embarrassing setback to the Chancellor.
In December last year, Osborne plugged a huge black hole in the public finances by boldly predicting that the sale of the 4G network airwaves would garner £3.5 billion for the government.
Scottish hydro-electric owner SSE has announced that it would sell wind-farm interests in Scotland and Northern Ireland to Greencoat UK Wind.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) will have to pay £391 million ($612m) to the U. S. and British authorities to settle allegations of benchmark interest rates manipulation (Libor scandal).
There is a need to put the right checks and balances in place to ensure that children are safe online, Keith Towler, children's commissioner for Wales, said.
Towler said young people are sometimes much more savvy in the use of Internet than their parents but they needed to know their limits on the Internet.
In a recent radio interview, the commissioner stressed that children and young people were unable to make a distinction between their online and offline lives.