United Kingdom Travel Newswire (Page 5)

United Kingdom Travel Newswire (Page 5)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for United Kingdom Travel. (Page 5)

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  1. Google sinks after EU fine wallops profitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | This Is Money

    Could I sue the council if it moves our primary school's catchment area and makes our home lose value? PROPERTY CLINIC: Japanese Knotweed has been found in our neighbour's hedge, does it mean I won't be able to sell my home? Savings rates rise thanks to challenger banks and RCI Bank leads the charge with new easy-access deal at 1.2% ED MONK: Hit middle age and saved nothing into a pension? Here's how a cash-strapped average earner can build a A 116k pot from scratch The 45 minutes that cost global giant Reckitt A 100m: 15,000 laptops, 2,000 servers, 500 systems crippled in hacking attack Cancer and your finances: How to navigate the benefits maze and make sure you are getting all the help you can Britain's biggest wealth manager St James's Place accused of not being clear on costs and restricted advice by Which? investigation MARKET REPORT: Now City brokers cheer on Love Island's success ... (more)

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  2. John Muir's 'adventure with a dog and a glacier'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Boing Boing

    One stormy morning in 1880, naturalist John Muir set out to explore a glacier in Alaska's Taylor Bay, accompanied by an adventurous little dog that had joined his expedition. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the harrowing predicament that the two faced on the ice, which became the basis of one of Muir's most beloved stories.

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  3. The heart and soul of GlasgowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Otago Daily Times

    Bagpipe music and whisky are my two big connections with Scotland, and Glasgow, the nation's largest city, grants me plenty of revelations of these and the land's heart and soul. My initial musical encounter comes from buskers, playing bagpipes in the city centre around George Sq where the city's heart beats.

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  4. Coastline charity challenges comes to Great Yarmouth to highlight plight of oceansRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Eastern Daily Press

    Robert Groves, who is part paralysed after an accident in 2007, has set himself 27 days to finish the 2,500 mile challenge which will see him travel around the coastline. He will arrive in Great Yarmouth on Thursday before his ride down to the finish line in London this Friday to greet the prime minister at 10 Downing Street.

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  5. Music News Henry Rollins wants to show you his holiday photosRead the original story

    Monday | NME

    Henry Rollins has announced details of a 'Travel Slideshow' tour of the UK and Europe in 2018. Full dates and ticket details are below.

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  6. Royal business interests around Birmingham and the MidlandsRead the original story

    Monday | IcSuttoncoldfield

    It owns thousands of hectares of rural land, mostly in the North, as well as some property off The Strand in London. The Crown Estate's 13bn in assets are not the Queen's personal property.

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  7. COMPETITION: Win tickets to the Emirates CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Kop a load of this! Liverpool target Keita at centre of stunning training ground bust-up after horror tackle leaves his own team-mate limping out of RB Leipzig's pre-season camp TRANSFER COLUMN: Leicester hold firm on A 50m price tag for wantaway Mahrez as Roma fall well short with A 30m offer Blue Mendy! City break the bank again as they unveil A 52m star to take spending on full-backs alone to A 133MILLION Champions Chelsea cool off in the pool as Conte prepares to hand A 70m hitman Morata his debut against Bayern Munich tomorrow Look who's on his way back... Hazard steps up rehab from fractured ankle as he trains alone at Chelsea's HQ Treacherous mountains, lung-bursting sprints and fans dressed as the Devil: The very best pictures from epic Tour de France 'His head isn't right': Verona chief's verdict as Cassano makes dramatic U-turn to he retire for second time in week MailOnline ... (more)

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  8. Police crack down on illegal parking in Wisbech town centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Wisbech Standard

    The Crescent, Orange Grove, North Brink, Church Terrace are just some of the places where cars have been found illegally parked. "Please ensure you take advantage of the large amount of free parking in Wisbech town to reduce traffic issues and avoid these kinds of fines," said a police spokesman.

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  9. Pages: Muay ThaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    Bangkok- Apart from eating Tom Yum, visiting Wat Arun and indulging in that authentic body massage, the one activity I did not dare miss was this: watching Muay Thai. It happened two days ago inside the Channel 7 Stadium.

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  10. Driver has lucky escape after crashing into central reservation on motorwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | This Is Lancashire

    The collision occurred at around 10am today on the northbound carriageway between junction three and junction four, between Farnworth and Little Hulton . A spokesman from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service said there was one car involved, which had hit the central reservation and came to a stop in the road.

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  11. I Loved Lucy Star Matthew Scott on Booking His London Debut at the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Broadway

    Matthew Scott has appeared on Broadway in such shows as Sondheim on Sondheim and as Adam in An American in Paris and is now marking his first-ever trip to London with his UK stage debut in the Lee Tannen play I Loved Lucy , opening on July 24 at the Arts Theatre. The charming performer took time before his second preview to talk about Lucille Ball, adoring your co-star and getting to know the West End.

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  12. Developer successfully appeals against refusal of two homes along...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ely Standard

    Developer successfully appeals against refusal of two homes along narrow Ely street - but told by Government inspector he must provide future occupiers with bus and train timetables A property developer who appealed against the refusal by planners for two homes along a narrow Ely street has won the day -but only on condition he provides future occupiers with bus and train timetables. The condition is among 10 listed by planning inspector Graham Chamberlain after allowing the appeal by Live Residential against the refusal by East Cambs Council to allow to homes on land once owned by 11 and 13 Bernard Street.

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  13. Discount airline Primera launches with $99 fares to EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Boston.com

    Good news for trans-Atlantic penny-pinchers flying out of Boston. Another low-cost, no-frills Scandinavian airline touches down at Logan in spring 2018.

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  14. Rufus Wainwright to Play Dr. Phillips Center's Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater in FebruaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts announces Rufus Wainwright , the vocalist and songwriter that the New York Times praises for his "genuine originality," will bring his February in Florida tour to Orlando this winter. The GRAMMY-nominee will take the Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater stage for an intimate night of song on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, July 28, 2017 at 12 noon .

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  15. South West Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss urges public to join consultation on new Fen Line timetableRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Eastern Daily Press

    Passengers are being urged to have their say on changes to the King's Lynn to London rail timetable, which could see 10 minutes added to the journey. The Fen Line route currently runs in 1h and 40min, but the proposed changes could add 10 minutes to the journey.

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  16. Lady Victoria Hervey and Jamie O'Hara spotted kissingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Hervey's Kisses! Lady Victoria, 40, and Jamie O'Hara, 30, confirm unlikely romance as they lock lips during day out in the English countryside They've been seen getting increasingly close over the past few weeks, after sharing screen time on the new ITV2 show Living With Lady Victoria. And Lady Victoria Hervey, 40, and Jamie O'Hara all but confirmed rumours of a romance on Sunday afternoon, when they were seen locking lips during a romantic day out in the English countryside.

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  17. Tesco extends same day grocery delivery to whole of UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Reuters

    Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, is extending its same day online grocery delivery service across the whole of the country, it said on Monday, ratcheting up competition in the cut-throat supermarket sector. Online shopping is one of the better-performing parts of Britain's retail sector and has become a key battleground for the big supermarkets as they grapple with the growth of German discounters Aldi and Lidl and encroachment into all areas by U.S. giant Amazon.

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  18. London commuters experience their own 'Summer of Hell'Read the original story

    Monday | New York Post

    Tens of thousands of London commuters traveling to Britain's busiest rail station were stranded on Monday after a signaling fault brought services to a standstill. Operator South West Trains advised passengers not to even attempt to travel into Waterloo and also canceled trains on other parts of its network.

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  19. Rail services between Newport and Cardiff to be reduced for up to two monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | South Wales Argus

    The number of trains running will be cut between August 19 and September 3, with bus replacements set to work over the bank holiday weekend. Trains will continue to run between Swansea and Cardiff, with journeys to London starting at Newport before being diverted via Patchway instead of Bristol Parkway.

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  20. MP concerned over increased journey times on the Fen Line through...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Cambs Times

    MP Liz Truss says she remains concerned about changes to the Kings Lynn to London service through Littleport, Ely and Cambridge that could extend journey times. Ms Truss, the MP the SW Norfolk, said she hopes as many as possible remembered to make their views known during a consultation that end on Thursday.

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