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By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International is proud to present Made in the USSR by Lyudmyla Finch.
By Pilotmax
Coast Radar, an online community that brings visitors together with all types of businesses in coastal regions, is on hand to help local businesses take full advantage of the renewed interest in staycations, UK weekend breaks and day trips.
As the weather worsens Camping World takes a look at our options as the snow hits Britain again
By Bunk Campers
Travelling to Great Britain in 2012 with Campervan hire Ireland
By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International announces the release of Carlton Duncan: An Autobiography by Carlton Duncan.
By Ian Rosmarin
The words "Moving Home" and "Stress" are very often found together in the same sentence, and a recent survey completed by staff working in the furniture removals industry, show us the reasons why.
By North Africa Oil & Gas Summit
The Libyan National Transitional Council will undoubtedly favour companies from those countries that have supported it and French and British companies could do particularly well during the country’s economic reconstruction.
By Callum Morgan
Classeq warewashers are British-built so sourcing spares and routine maintenance items is quick and easy for an excellent after-sales service.
By Lucy Flew
Less than a month after announcing its first ever cycling trip with Olympic gold medallist Geraint Thomas, Thomson Sport is proud to announce its newest ambassador - Ben Swift.
By Safeera Sarjoo
How the financial fall-out is affecting Britain and Italy
By Kayleigh Sydenham
A director of West Country coach operator Bakers Dolphin has been elected on to the board of the Coach Tourism Council, which plays a major role in shaping the direction of the industry, which is worth £2.35 billion to the UK economy.
By Keri Williams
The phenomenon of fancy dress, so much an accepted part of life in America, is taking Britain by surprise, with its growing popularity and it’s subtle but increasingly present cues in many aspects of everyday life. But why is this?
By Central Association of Nigerians in the UK
On behalf of Nigerians and Nigeria-related organisations in the UK, CANUK congratulates President Goodluck Jonathan and the elected legislators as well as INEC on the recent elections. CANUK strongly condemns the violence in some parts of Nigeria.
By Nichols and Meyer Capital Partners
The 2011 UK budget has been delivered to mass criticism, inciting political protest culminating in violence.
By Rebecca Smith
Roman Abramovich has just bought a £25 million 'stop gap' home for himself and his girlfriend, Dasha Zhukova, The Grade II listed property overlooks the River Thames near Battersea Bridge, situated on Chelsea’s Cheyne Walk.
By Alfa Travel
The Alfa Travel price promise means that there will be absolutely no surcharges added on to holiday packages, so you can rest safe in the knowledge that the price you are quoted is the price you will pay for your holiday.
By Rebecca Smith
The property used in the UK TV drama series 'Footballers Wives' has been put on the market by its owner Richard Maher for £3.5 million.
By Planetary Publishing
War could result from the latest actions of the planetary policemen. Let’s make no mistake about why Libya is being bombed, and how Arabs will see this.
By Britain On Track Inc.
Britain On Track is offering discounted BritRail passes in order to avoid long lineups for Americans and Canadians traveling in Britain during the Royal Wedding.
By Hugh Dunford Wood
Made by Hands of Britain adds Hugh Dunford Wood’s distinctive and elegant collection of handmade wallpapers to its online home for the best of British contemporary and traditional craft. The designs are produced in England using traditional hand
By Rebecca Smith
Chelsea Football Club owner and Russia's fifth richest man, Roman Abramovich, has recently had to make a declaration of just how rich he actually is. The Russian has announced he will run for re-election as an MP for Chukota, Russia.
By Rebecca Smith
A couple from Dawlish, England who bought a house just 18 months ago for £1,700,000 say the value has plummeted to an estimated £1,100,000 along with their garden, as their home crashes into the sea below.
By Fast Market Research
New Defense market report from Business Monitor International: "United Kingdom Defence & Security Report Q1 2011"
By Venture Finance
- SMEs face cashflow problems but are reluctant to take on new debt - Insolvencies expected to increase as tax burden grows - SMEs seeking increasingly flexible finance - Reliability and relationship becoming more important than price in lending
By Handmade in Britain
With spending cuts, manufacturing going abroad and the banks not lending it is easy to see why small British businesses are struggling. However even in this current economic climate Handmade in Britain is proud to support and showcase British talent
By Mary Stuart-Miller
Top UK tour operator CV Travel has come up with its top choice British houses for Christmas and New Year, including an eco-friendly Welsh farm with its own private beach and a cosy Suffolk farmhouse.
By Carole Nash
Today (Wednesday 25th August) sees the great British biking public having its say on who owns the nation’s most magnificent motorcycles as voting opens in Britain’s Got Biking Talent with Carole Nash.
By Carole Nash
Motorcycle insurance premiums have fallen year-on-year across most categories of machine according to researched released by the UK’s biggest bike insurance specialist.
By Carole Nash
It’s back, the biggest and best celebration of the nation’s most beautiful bikes. Yes, it’s once again time to show us yours as Britain’s Got Biking Talent, with Carole Nash, returns to revel in biking beauty!
By Johanna Nield
Rhyl. Porthmadog. Glasgow. Cheshire. Cumbria. The Lake District. What do these places have in common?

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