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Embarking on a journey to the most remote pub in mainland Britain

A group of friends embarked on a journey to the most remote pub in mainland Britain, the Old Forge, which sits in the village of Inverie on the southern coast of the Knoydart peninsula. Accessible only by sea ferry or a two-day, 18-mile hike across the Scottish Highlands, the pub is a rite of passage for the outdoors community. The Knoydart peninsula is remote and inaccessible, with no mobile phone […]

todayMarch 7, 2023


Holidaymakers warned about long summer queues at border becoming the ‘new norm’

Long lines at the border could become the "new normal" after Brexit, tourists have been warned, as a bitter diplomatic row with France erupted over the long delays at Dover. Delays at the French border have been blamed on a shortage of border guards by both Conservative leadership candidates. "The French need to stop blaming Brexit and start obtaining the staff required to match demand," former chancellor Rishi Sunak said. […]

todayJuly 31, 2022


American Airlines passenger is fined for unruly behaviour

In July, an American Airlines passenger was flying from Dallas, Texas, to Charlotte, North Carolina, when she “threatened to hurt the flight attendant” who offered her assistance after she fell into the aisle. After that, the unidentified woman shoved the flight attendant aside and attempted to open the cabin door. According to the FAA, “two flight attendants attempted to restrain the passenger, but she repeatedly struck one of the flight […]

todayApril 11, 2022 5


First Storm Dudley, then Storm Eunice and now Storm Franklin

After the travel ban in the UK eased, people were very excited to visit places either in the UK or in other countries. Starting from 16th February however, a series of storms was about to mar those plans and bring chaos to the daily lives of the UK citizens. Storm Dudley was the first storm to occur. The Met Office had issued a yellow weather warning for wind. A yellow […]

todayMarch 3, 2022


Travel Spotlight : Cantabria

As someone once said, “You can’t buy happiness but you can go to Spain and that’s pretty much the same thing!”. Spain is a country offering rich and vivacious culture and atmosphere. It is the most visited country by the citizens of the UK, estimating at least 18 million before the covid pandemic hit. One place, however, did pique my interest. That place is called Cantabria (/kænˈteɪbriə/). Cantabria is an […]

todayMarch 3, 2022


France removes restrictions for UK

French authorities had previously barred both vaccinated and non-vaccinated travelers from the UK from entering the country. Travelers had to have a compelling reason to travel to France. These restrictions came into place from 18th December to reduce the spread of the Omicron variant. From 11th February onwards, France eased the travel restrictions. Now vaccinated people from the UK can enter the country without a compelling reason. Unvaccinated travelers still […]

todayFebruary 16, 2022 16


Vaccine passports to be introduced

If the current trends are to continue, the world will continue to push for a shift to normalcy, even amidst the lockdowns that are taking place. In order to facilitate these needs in a safe and sustainable manner minister Nadhim Zahawi is pushing for calls to keep the economy open and the introduction of a vaccine passport. While the minister stated that the decision for children to be vaccinated should […]

todayOctober 27, 2021 9

Business and tech

E-scooter injuries rising

It seems strange to wonder about the dangers of e-scooters on the roads and pavements however, there is a clear reason for why this is strictly not legal. However, with the availability of rental schemes, that have been met with criticism, there have been some injuries that were reported. At least 57 pedestrians were injured after being hit by e-scooters across the UK last year, new figures from the Department […]

todayOctober 27, 2021 10


British Student Holidaying in Afghanistan Rescued by Army

While much of the world looked on in horror as the Taliban steadily advanced towards the Presidential Palace in Afghanistan, Miles Routledge was on the lookout for a summer vacation. As bizarre as it may sounds, this young man made a firm choice from the comfort of his home in the UK to pick from a list of dangerous countries, Afghanistan as his alternative to a beach holiday. This baffling […]

todayAugust 24, 2021 9