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Portugal sits to the west of Spain, and together these two countries go to make up the Iberian Peninsula. Much like its neighbour, Portugal has a great deal to offer visitors in the way of idyllic beach resorts, hot weather and beautiful scenery. The capital, Lisbon, is a great place...
This edition let’s talk about something that affects many of us – travelling. And specifically to South East Asia. This article, as with all of the ones that have gone by are designed to get you thinking, and not a replacement for good medical advice. If you do have...
BY Natalie Cooper It’s a familiar sight in any Asian household – a cup of tea after a long day, with a plateful of tempting treats ready to dunk in and enjoy. But while it might be first instinct to picture a chocolate digestive or custard cream perched there, it seems...
BY Itrat Bashir British Home Store (BHS), a face of the British retail sector for almost 90 years, will vanish from our high streets at the cost of 11,000 jobs, after its administrators failed to find a buyer for the departmental store. The UK’s leading retail store, with 164 branches across...
BY Natalie Cooper In the busy modern world, good home-cooked meals are often viewed as something of a luxury, which not everyone has time to enjoy. Almost gone are the days in which families spent hours or even days slaving over complex meals for everyday enjoyment – a study in 2014...
Pakistan & Kashmir Welfare Association (PKWA), based in Batley, Yorkshire recently teamed up with Parliamentary services to run a series of workshops for local residents to enable and empower them for their engagement with the work and processes of Parliament. The workshops have proved be very popular and successful. Participants...
BY Itrat Bashir Members of the British Asian business and professional community have come forward to strongly oppose Brexit and are in favour of remaining the European Union, as they feel that Brexit would spell an economic disaster for the UK and London could risk losing its status of global...
A judge has heavily criticised Snobs nightclub in Birmingham after ejecting a 'drunk student' who was then abducted and horrifically raped. Judge Mary Stacy accused Snobs of being partly to blame for the attack after the 19-year-old victim was 'abandoned' in the city centre to be picked off 'like prey'. It...
A woman has appeared at Luton Magistrates court for the first time after being charged with the muder of her older sister. Sabah Khan, 26, is accused of killing 34-year-old Saima Khan, who is believed to be her sister at their house in Overstone Road, Luton on Monday 23 May. Khan,...
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