According to the Policy Exchange think tank the pay and pensions of public sector workers along with the working hours and holidays as well are better since long-time as compared to the private sector employees.
The Olympic organizers have declared that the Oscar winning director Danny Boyle will direct the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games 2012 to be held at London.
After being with the company since 8 long years, Iain Coucher, shall stay in the post for the coming months as his successor has been sought.
The 48-year old worker seems to be very proud of what the Network Rail team had achieved since the past eight years and that Britain's railway network seems to be stepping on the right tracks for the future.
UK is slowly gearing up with its modus operandi for the digital switchover which is scheduled to be over by 2012 at the same time it is expected to generate a cash surplus of around £55 million.
The government aims to direct these surplus funds in the gen-next broadband rollout which if goes according to the pre-planned ways, shall generate more than supposed income.
London will soon witness the BT's roll out of generation next fibre technology, as the sources confirm.
According to British Telecom, the plan was to cover the entire region, by the time Olympics start. However according to BT, due to recent circumstances the telecom major will be adding 114 exchanges to the fibre network, that goes on to state that the capital will be getting 87 per cent coverage by this time next year!
At a convenience store in Saskatoon, a clerk was attacked by a thief, during a robbery. The city police have said that three robbers were involved in the conspiracy and they were armed with knives and a crow bar.