In November, the UK government announced it will ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2030 as part of its 10-point plan for a green ‘industrial revolution’.
Some of you may have heard of the Netflix series ‘Orange is the New Black’, the title of which plays on the fact that the drama is set in a women’s prison in the US, where all the inmates wear bright orange jumpsuits.
Our ‘legal doctor’ Robert Botkai discusses new regulations in Wales as well as the Supreme Court case on business interruption loans
According to the ONS, fuel volumes across Great Britain last November (2020) were down almost 24% against their benchmark February 2020 level.
Predicting the future is impossible, so it may seem unwise to forecast what to expect from 2021. I’m guessing this article won’t age well, so I’m banking on nobody revisiting it in January 2022!
With the lockdown still underway, and many people on furlough or working from home, everyone seems to be looking for some reason for a little cheer. This month, we have Valentine’s Day, and even the die-hard non-romantics among us might well get their heads turned for a chance of a little extra love in their lives.
At this time of year, many consumers are usually attempting ‘Dry January’ or ‘Veganuary’ but, given the current circumstances, you wonder if as many will be bothered.
Earlier this month, I got the usual ‘festive’ email from Businesswaste.co.uk calling for a ban on Christmas dinner.