What is the cheapest way to commute to London?

How much does it cost to commute to London? The average London commuter spends around £122 a month on travelling to work. And if you commute into London for work? The average cost is around £305 a month. This accounts for a huge portion for many Londoners’ monthly wage, so if there is a way …

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What happened in 8th century Britain?

Late in the 8th Century the first recorded raid of the Vikings in Britain when they reach the island of Lindisfarne, Scotland. What happened in the 8th century in the UK? 18 April – Æthelred I of Northumbria is murdered at Corbridge by a group led by ealdormen Ealdred and Wada. Osbald succeeds him as …

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Is homework illegal in Scotland?

Is homework a legal requirement in Scotland? Homework. A primary school cannot insist that your child does homework, although a school may ask your child to look things up or find material for a project. In a secondary school your child will usually be expected to do some homework, although a school cannot insist on …

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Your question: How many England cricket teams are there?

How many cricket clubs are there in England? There are over 3,000 cricket clubs in England and Wales that cater for men and women players. How many leagues are there in the English cricket? There are 29 ‘Premier Leagues’ across England and Wales which operate at the top tier of men’s club cricket. Which countries …

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Why did Hadrian build a wall in Britain?

Under Hadrian’s orders, the Roman governors of Britain began building the wall that would later be named for the emperor to defend the part of Britain they controlled from attack. In Hadrian’s words, they wanted to “separate Romans from the barbarians” to the north. Why did Hadrian build the wall like Britain? He spent his …

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What are the tax implications of transferring money to the UK?

Income or Savings? Generally speaking, when you are transferring your own existing assets to yourself (repatriation of funds or assets), there are no tax implications of transferring money to the UK. Overseas income however is likely to be taxed (if you are deemed a resident of the UK). Do I pay tax if I bring …

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Is it nice to live in England?

Quality of life varies. However, from my experience England generally is a good place to live. The government aren’t feared like they are in some countries, we actually get amazing weather some summers (hello month long heatwave that’s still here), and the people are also mostly amazing. Is England a nice place to live? The …

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How many UK music festivals are there?

In 2020 the number of UK festivals was approximately 241. How big is the festival industry in the UK? Festivals in the UK industry trends (2016-2021) Over the five years through 2021-22, the Festivals industry is expected to fall at a compound annual rate of 5.6% to £1.8 billion. When was the first UK music …

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What was the first English colony in the world?

The first permanent English colony was established in Jamestown, Virginia in 1607. What was England’s first colony in the world? After unsuccessful attempts to establish settlements in Newfoundland and at Roanoke, the famous “Lost Colony,” off the coast of present-day North Carolina, England established its first permanent North American settlement, Jamestown, in 1607. What was …

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Why is English not phonetic?

Always remember that English is not “phonetic”. That means that we do not always say a word the same way that we spell it. The English language may have 26 letters of the alphabet, but it has at least 44 sounds. Knowing and recognizing those sounds will help to give you good pronunciation. Why is …

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