As the Brexit deadline looms ever closer, we still don't seem any nearer to breaking the deadlock paralysing Parliament. There is much uncertainty surrounding the UK's withdrawal from the bloc, with one area of concern the potential to threaten peoples' holiday plans post-Brexit. Brits travelling to Spain have already been warned they could face passport queue delays of up to five hours if the UK does crash out of the EU without a deal. So what would a no deal Brexit look like for British holidaymakers? The Standard takes a look. UK to EU flights after Brexit Thankfully, both the European Commission and the UK government have both offered assurances that flights between the two will operate as normal. But the commission said it will aim to only "ensure basic connectivity" with the UK. Meanwhile, the UK government said that although it hopes EU countries will grant airlines permission to operate in its airspace, it warned that there "could be disruption to some … [Read more...] about Will a no deal Brexit affect my holiday in Europe? Will I need a visa?
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Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Community Calendar Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Governor says Guard needs to move on Posted: Thursday, February 7, 2019 12:59 AM ESTUpdated: Thursday, February 7, 2019 12:59 AM ESTBy Nick [email protected] In the latest salvo in the feud that's been unfolding over the Guam National Guard since the governor announced her new Adjutant General-appointee, Lt. Col Esther Aguigui, former TAG Roderick Leon Guerrero, who is out processing, spoke with us about his dispute over the administration's transition report yesterday. The report apparently lists concerns of low morale, a hostile workplace and sexual harassment. The former general, however, disagreed with this. Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero today said the information in the … [Read more...] about Governor says Guard needs to move on
By supporting Lukashenka, the West is financing Putin’s peaceful life. The head of the European Parliament’s Committee on Security and Defence, former Foreign Minister of Poland, Anna Fotyga, gave an exclusive interview to Natalia Radzina, the editor-in-chief of Charter97.org.- Pani Anna, in 1981, when you were only 24 years old, you worked in the international negotiations department of the Independent Trade Union „Solidarity”. Why did you decide to join the resistance against the communist dictatorship?- Probably, there were some deep family traditions originating from pre-war times. I was a scout (“Harcerz” in Polish national scout organization - editor’s note by Charter97.org), I never liked communism.It happened in some natural way, I never thought much about it. I think I was also greatly influenced by the events in Gdansk, the August strikes (a strike began on August 14, 1980, at the Gdansk Shipyard, which led to the creation of the … [Read more...] about Anna Fotyga: EU Needs A Clear And Bold Policy
We asked the dancer and choreographer Akram Khan, 43, what his younger self would make of him today... My early life was a collage of so many forms of inspiration, taken from different cultures. That’s something that feeds the way I think now. A lot of my work is reflective of my experience as a child; my parents’ Bangladeshi origin, being born and brought up in Wimbledon and inspirations like Michael Jackson, Charlie Chaplin, Baryshnikov, Bruce Lee, Muhammad Ali and Fred Astaire. They were all my superheroes. One of the most important things I remember as a child was being involved with my dad’s Indian restaurant. That had a huge impact on me and was part of the more challenging side of my childhood. A lot of racists would come to the restaurant. People would be normal outside on the street, but then come to the restaurant after the pubs closed and things would turn ugly. It does leave a scar and impact the way you think. I’ve been fortunate that in the … [Read more...] about Akram Khan: I love my children but I wish I was a better father
TELLY fans have to shell out for a TV licence and even those who use the iPlayer to watch any BBC programmes need to cough up. But what exactly is the licence for and how much does it cost? Find out here. When is the TV licence fee going up and how much by? The cost of a full-colour TV licence for 12 months is £150.50. It rose on April 1 2018, and applies to anyone buying or renewing a licence after that date. The charge means people will be forking out £2.89 a week - up from £2.83 - or £12.54 a month. If you pay via a monthly or weekly plan which stared before April 1 then you'll continue paying the old fee until your licence is up for renewal. Who doesn't have to pay for a TV licence? Some people are entitled to a free TV licence: For example if you're aged over 75 or you're a resident in a care home. You can pay for your licence all in one go or spread the cost throughout the year using direct debit. Watching live TV or catch-up through the BBC iPlayer on … [Read more...] about Do I need a TV licence to watch TV, how is is the BBC funded and can I watch BBC iPlayer if I don’t have one?