The fuel providers, retailers and own-account owners have to start worrying because they can run out of fuel if the national strike of the fuel tank drivers takes place. Unlike the last strike which took place in 2008, this strike is believed to be lot more difficult to be settled. It would be led by the general secretary and national officer of the Unite union for drivers. To read more, visit:
If you were a passenger travelling during the disruption at Heathrow in December, you can now help with the inquiry lead by Professor David Begg by posting your views at www.heathrowenquiry.com . This website has been specially designed to get the views of the wider public so that an balanced and adequate could be made and presented to the government.
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You have to be ready before you start travelling. Especially in case of airport travel, you need to keep in mind a lot of things like throughout the journey. You don’t want to end up getting stuck at your destination because you forgot something important. It also helps to have reasonable knowledge on your destination and local currency along with your credit card. Other things that can might need a bit of consideration are:
1. Guide map
3. Driving licence
4. Travel insurance documents
5. Photocopies of other important documents.
To get your personalised check-list now, visit: http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/checklist.html
The congestion charge for Western Extension Zone has been removed which allows its residents to drive their vehicles by paying a nominal charge. People from places like Chelsea and Fulham can now drive throughout London after paying the annual fee. Although it’s a great relief to the citizens there are some odds too. The transport department will face a huge loss as people will stop using public taxi transport and there will be no money coming in from the congestion charge department. To read more, visit: http://cabbieblog.wordpress.com/2011/01/14/fare-trade/