United Kingdom Independence Party Under Fire After Leader’s Outburst

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Bloom said he was kidding and using the words original meaning which is untidy. I made a joke and said Oh well, youre all sluts and everybody laughed and all the women laughed, he said. Was there a single woman in there who didnt laugh at the joke? He then hit a reporter on the head with a booklet after the journalist asked about the lack of ethnic minorities at the conference. Mr. Farage initially played down the remarks, saying it seemed to be a bad attempt at humour. By late afternoon, he was calling for Mr. Blooms suspension. Ive known him for years, had a lot of good times with him, but Im very, very unhappy with his behaviour today, Mr. Farage told reporters adding that he had already had an argument with Mr. Bloom over his Bongo Bongo land remark, which he made about a month ago. The convention had been upstaged by the selfishness and stupidity of one man. I think we have to remove the whip from him [a suspension] as a punishment and then have a longer think about things. Party officials confirmed later that Mr. Bloom had been suspended.

United Kingdom Cider Market Insights 2013

This report provides an analysis of industry structure, reports on company volumes and selected company profiles. This report provides distribution channel data (on- vs. off-premise) and discusses the latest trends in the key sub-channels. Packaging data includes consumption volumes by pack material, type, size, refillable vs. non-refillable. Market valuation data and selected pricing data are also included. Key Market Issues 2012 had an especially wet summer which undoubtedly hurt the cider category. Consumer spending continued to be hindered by the on-going economic situation. Drunk over ice, Magners was the founding father of these so called ‘modern ciders’. These beverages have appealed to a wider audience and blurred the line between FABs and cider. White cider, which had initially been offered as a premium proposition, continue to fade to well under 10% of the market. These strong ciders tarnished the good name of cider and for many years prompted the category to struggle with image problems. Interest in cider is growing around the world with many operators looking to these new markets to expand their businesses.

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United Kingdom travel guide

October 2013

However it retains sections of Victorian architecture to match any in Bath, adds a link to the UK’s maritime heritage and takes itself far less seriously Forget Winter. There’s not much to recommend the UK in winter. Daylight hours are too short to enjoy outdoor sights and the weather can be foul. Don’t expect to share in the country’s most celebrated festival, Christmas: it’s very much a family affair and everything shuts Visit the ‘Celtic Triangle’. Stonehenge is one of the UK’s iconic sights, but usually busy, and the stones are fenced off. Nearby Avebury dates back to the same era and the stones, spread out by a post-card pretty village, can be explored on foot, for free. Nearby Silbury Hill completes the area’s neolithic icons Get Digging. The National Trust is a leading conservation charity that manages many of the UK’s most important buildings and landscapes. They often run programmes involving volunteer archaeologists to research further into the UK’s history Better with a Pint. Pubs – and beer – are a key part of the British identity. Most Brits will have a favourite pub that is at the heart of its local community. The UK’s most remote is on Scotlands Knoydart Peninsula Follow the Coast. There’s a footpath running around the entire coast of Dorset, Devon and Cornwall, with towering fossil-filled cliffs, spreading surf beaches and tiny coves to explore Wanderlust tips If in London for more than a day or two, invest in an Oyster travel card for substantial savings on underground (subway), bus, and train fares in the capital. Remember to stand on the right on escalators or risk an angry tutting from commuters in a hurry.