Tag "Nagy-Britannia"

Age To Buy Cigarettes In England Should Rise Every Year, Review Says

The legal age of sale for cigarettes in England should be raised by one year every year until eventually no one can buy tobacco products, a government-commissioned review recommended on Thursday....

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Factors in the activity of the British economy at a fifteen-month low

According to preliminary May activity indicators released on Tuesday, the pace of the UK economy’s recovery has slowed to an all-time low of fifteen months, mainly due to soaring inflation...

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The number of British billionaires has set a record

The number and wealth of billionaires living in Britain rose to another record, although the wealth situation of some major Russian investors has been severely challenged by sanctions imposed on...

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British inflation on a forty years peak

Annual British inflation has accelerated in April for a four decades peak. According to a report by the British Bureau of Statistics (ONS) on Wednesday, the twelve-month consumer price index...

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(HU) Harmincévi csúcson a brit infláció

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The activity of the British economy is at a ten-month high

Ten-month highs in the British economy’s final activity indicators, released on Tuesday, reached a ten-month high, indicating that the Russia-Ukraine war had not yet slowed down the performance of Europe’s...

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Greenhouses in Britain are down

Huge greenhouses are being vacated all over Great Britain, because due to the jump in the price of natural gas, it is no longer worthwhile for growers to grow vegetables,...

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British inflation is at its thirty years peak

Inflation in Britain accelerated to its thirty years peak in February. According to a report by the British Bureau of Statistics (ONS) on Wednesday, the twelve-month consumer price index (CPI)...

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UK inflation at record high

Uk inflation accelerated to a record high in January. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Wednesday that the 12-month Consumer Price Index (CPI), excluding housing costs, rose 5.5...

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Short messages on menus lead more people to choose plant-based food

Simple, short messages on restaurant menus make guests choose a plant-based dish over meat twice as often, according to new research. Climate scientists are paying increasing attention to the production,...

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British inflation is on record

Annual inflation in Britain, Europe’s largest non-EU economy, accelerated to a record-breaking highin December. Twelve-month consumer inflation (CPI) excluding housing costs was 5.4 percent last month, up 5.1 percent in...

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Time to step up the UK’s child obesity fight: Will 2022 be a breakthrough year for change?

The year 2022 may see the UK take concrete action on tackling child obesity, as the issue has become more severe, particularly in light of lockdown lifestyles. Previous figures noted...

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Activity in the British economy has picked up significantly

According to the latest data released on Wednesday, the UK economy picked up significantly last month, mainly due to a renewed recovery in the services sector, which produces 80 percent...

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Truck driver shortage in Britain

According to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, very few foreign truck drivers have applied to work in the UK, but this is not the result of the end of British...

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UK retail sales fell in August unexpectedly

Contrary to expectations, UK retail sales fell in August, although they still exceed pre-coronavirus levels. According to the British Bureau of Statistics (ONS) on Friday, the value of retail sales...

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Severe food shortages are plaguing Britain

According to the head of the largest British food industry professional organization, the labor shortage in the sector is now so large that the increasingly perceptible deficits in the British...

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An investment company is interested in the UK retail chain

Sainsbury’s shares jumped 13 percent to more than a seven-year high on the London Stock Exchange on Monday with news that an investment company would offer more than 7bn pounds...

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British food exports to the EU fell by almost half

British food and beverage exports to European Union markets fell by almost half in the first quarter of this year, according to a recent survey by the British Food and...

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused more than 250 billion pounds in losses to the UK economy in one year

The coronavirus pandemic has caused more than 250 billion pounds in losses to the UK economy over the past year, according to a study presented at a prestigious London economic-financial...

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Co-op removes plastic from Easter eggs in the UK

British retailer Co-op has removed the plastic packaging from its private label Easter eggs. The move will result in over 14 tonnes of plastic not being used. This isn’t the first step...

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Lidl named supermarket of the year in the UK

Lidl GB has been named Supermarket of the Year in the United Kingdom at the 2020 Retail Industry Awards. Judges praised Lidl’s effort to provide affordable fresh produce to families...

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Britain is seeking membership in CPTPP

Britain is seeking membership in a comprehensive and forward-looking Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) free trade organization – the British Foreign Office said on Sunday. Foreign trade minister Liz Truss is said...

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Aldi supports British suppliers with 3.5 billion pounds

Aldi supports its British suppliers by spending an extra GBP 3.5 billion on UK-produced food and drink in the next 5 years. The initiative will help over 1,000 small businesses...

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The British are preparing for the holidays

British travelers were optimistic, at least according to travel agency data. Although there are still a lot of uncertainties surrounding the travel restrictions due to the pandemic in the coming...

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Brexit brought a customs duty

The United Kingdom exited from the European Union (EU) on 1 February 2020 and also left the EU customs union on 1 January 2021, so Hungarian traders, businesses and citizens...

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Brexit could bring chaos in the dairy sector

The English dairy market has so far survived the coronavirus without any particular problems. There are signs that a pandemic will not change much there in the future either. Ian...

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M&S clothing to “remain fully open” during second lockdown

M&S has 260 UK stores that sell both clothing and food, out of a total of around 950. Marks & Spencer has confirmed that its clothing and home division will...

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They switched to mask manufacturing at a diaper manufacturing company

Masks approved by the British Standards Institution (BSI) for quality control will be imported into the UK from a Chinese company specializing in adult diapers – origo wrote. One of...

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Co-op prepares for Christmas by lowering prices

In the United Kingdom Co-op is investing GBP 50 million in lowering the prices of more than 300 branded and private label products – rice, pasta and coffee – by...

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40,000 people have fallen victim to online shopping fraud this year

Online shopping fraud has skyrocketed during the pandemic as more than 40,000 people fell victim within the first half of 2020. According to new data from Finder.com online shopping and...

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