• Britain’s biggest theme park builder incurred £50 million loss

    Published on : Friday, January 10, 2020

    The developer behind plans to build Britain’s biggest theme park has reported losses up more than £50 million prior to submitting an application for planning permission. Billed as Britain’s answer to Disneyland, the London Resort theme park is due to …

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  • Britain expects to earn over £26billion from international tourists in 2020

    Published on : Tuesday, December 31, 2019

    Britain is set to welcome a record number of international tourists in the year 2020 and the tourism body of Britain is expecting that the international visitors can spend over £26billion. VisitBritain, the national tourism agency, is predicting that the …

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  • Britain lifts ban on flights to Egyptian resort city

    Published on : Friday, December 20, 2019

    Egyptian Civil Aviation Ministry announced on Thursday that Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh received the first British flight after Britain lifted a four-year ban on flights to the Red Sea resort.   The ministry informed that the first direct British flight  with …

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  • U.K. weather: Intense snow and tumultuous 70mph wind set to hit Britain

    Published on : Tuesday, December 17, 2019

    Britain is facing a week of unsettled and unpredictable weather, in which the country could be hit by snow and gales of up to 70mph. The Met Office has warned of a week of unstable weather which is making accurate …

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  • UK Weather Warning: Wind up to 100 mph expected to hit, embracing stormy weather

    Published on : Tuesday, December 10, 2019

    Britain is set to experience winds of up to 100mph as the nation braces for more tempestuous weather. The Meteorological weather office has put yellow weather warnings in place for most of Scotland and the north of England and Wales …

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  • Britain braces for a weekend washout

    Published on : Friday, November 22, 2019

    Weather experts have said that there are high chances of Britain being washed out by another severe bout of showers this weekend. Most areas in the UK are supposed to experience some rain, as per the Met Office. The heavy …

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  • Travel chaos in Britain due to freezing fog

    Published on : Thursday, November 21, 2019

    Freezing weather has set in around the UK and Britain will have its coldest autumn. So far, the coldest night of autumn had temperatures plummeting to -9.1C in Perthshire, Scotland. It is expected that the temperatures will plummet even more …

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  • Temperature plummets in Britain

    Published on : Wednesday, November 6, 2019

    Britain is going to be plagued with relentless rain and wintry showers as the temperature continue to drop after hitting -4 degree Celsius.     As per weather experts, the chilly start of the day is expected as thermometers plunged …

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  • Torrential rain in Britain, flood warning and 66 alerts issued

    Published on : Monday, November 4, 2019

    Torrential rain have ravaged Britain in a monster storm where GALE-FORCE winds of up to 80 mph teamed with a humgous 66 flood alerts. For River Lynher from Berriowbridge to Notter Bridge, the River Torridge from Dolton to Bideford, including …

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  • Cruise line delays ship ahead of expected severe storm in Britain over weekend

    Published on : Monday, November 4, 2019

    A leading cruise line has delayed one of its ships by three days which has wrecked the travel plans of thousands already on board or due to sail ahead of the severe storms expected to batter Britain over the weekend. …

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  • Britain expecting an increase in visitors from China

    Published on : Thursday, October 3, 2019

    Britain is expecting an increase in visitors from China with Chinese people celebrating National Day with a Golden Week holiday.   VisitBritain said that more people are now opting for Britain, with Golden Week a prime time for their journeys. …

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  • UK weather: Fall of temperature in northern regions; autumn season starts in Britain

    Published on : Monday, September 2, 2019

    The temperatures will drop in the United Kingdom’s northern regions next week, while the south will enjoy some autumnal sunshine. The meteorological autumn officially begins on 1 September and usually sees colder spells develop across the country.     Lingering …

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  • 15,000 Brits stranded after French air-traffic control failure hits U.K airlines

    Published on : Monday, September 2, 2019

    More than 15,000 British tourists are stranded abroad after a failure of French air-traffic control which triggered the cancellation of hundreds flights. A system connecting area control centres in France failed in the early hours of Sunday morning – at …

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  • Yellow warnings issued in Britain, travel chaos due to rains

    Published on : Saturday, August 31, 2019

    Autumn has already set into the northwestern parts of the country and Met Office has issued yellow weather warning for travel chaos as Britain will be facing gale force winds and showers.   The meteorological summer ends on Saturday and …

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  • U.K. MPs suggest competition to boost garden tourism

    Published on : Monday, July 29, 2019

    According to a report by the digital, culture, media and sport committee; a competition to crown the best U.K. cities for gardens could boost the economy through untapped tourist potential. A scheme similar to the U.K. City of Culture initiative …

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  • More than 100 flights and trains cancelled due to extreme temperatures in UK

    Published on : Friday, July 26, 2019

    Passengers are experiencing long delays  and cancellations to and from Britain’s airports as more than 100 flights have been cancelled on the busiest day of the year for travellers due to extreme heat.       From the Heathrow Airport …

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  • Britain considering airline seat levy to cover costs of failures

    Published on : Thursday, May 9, 2019

    The airline companies operating in Britain should pay a seat levy to cover the costs of getting passengers home in case a carrier goes bust, a government commissioned review said on Thursday. The recommendations seek to even out anomalies in …

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  • 800-mile wide Atlantic storm to hit Britain from Wednesday; floods, chill to impact holiday plans

    Published on : Tuesday, May 7, 2019

    800-mile wide Atlantic storm set to hit Britain bringing along four days of downpours. The soakings in many areas is set to last until at least Saturday. The deluges are expected from 10 am, with Wednesday being the beginning of …

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  • Chinese province Hunan targets UK market

    Published on : Tuesday, April 2, 2019

    London’s spectacular Landmark Hotel provided the setting for a highly-successful presentation recently delivered by a visiting VIP delegation from the Hunan Department of Culture and Tourism, attended by the China National Tourist Office in London and representatives from VisitBritain and …

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  • Number of visitors at UK attractions rise by 9%; Tate Modern at the top

    Published on : Thursday, March 28, 2019

    The number of visitors to Britain’s attractions such as museums, galleries, zoos, castles and country houses increased by nearly 9 per cent in 2018. However there was a decrease in numbers of overseas tourists. Tate Modern (5.9 million) was the …

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