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UK needs to provide better immigration arrangements for foreign students

The immigration minister of UK Mark Harper have announced in from of a committee of the House of Lords that Great Britain has failed to provide good arrangements for international students, who graduate in UK to stay in the country. Currently international students that graduate in the country are allowed to stay only if they […]

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Immigration causes growth in UK population

According to the UK office for national statistics (ONS) the population of the country is set to grow with 10% during the next 25 years. Immigration will directly contribute for a large part of this growth. The ONS says that its projections indicate that the UK’s population should reach 68m in 2022, 70m in 2027 […]

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UK will relax visa requirements for Chinese citizens

George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer and a senior minister has said that measures will be taken in order to simplify visa application procedure for Chinese visitors who want to go to UK for touristic or business purposes. The main change will include the fact that Chinese citizens, who have obtained Shengen visa that […]

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Haunted Towers and Gloomy Dungeons: Discover London at Halloween

Do you fancy doing something out of the ordinary this Halloween? Ditch trick or treat for London’s gloomy dungeons and haunted towers. London has a dark and blood-soaked history, ripe for exploring at this spooky time of year. Whether you’re after chilling tales and terrifying gore, or something spook-tacular for the kids, London has a […]

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Online Investigations for Your Travel to London

Before planning a trip abroad, you must always do your homework. From checking visa requirements to flights and booking an accommodation, it important to have, everything planned ahead of time. If you search the web, you will get all information about your travel in detail. I first visited London in 2008, with a lot of […]

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How To Spend 24 Hours in Kensington, London

Are you making a flying visit to London? Why not soak up the culture in Kensington, one of the most exciting districts in London. Kensington is one of London’s most affluent districts, but this doesn’t mean you have to be a millionaire to visit. Situated in the glamorous West End, this cultural district has something […]

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Greatest Cultural Differences Between the UK and Australia

There has always been a history of cultural differences between Australia and the UK and many of the stereotypical observations are light-hearted and humorous, such as how good or bad our national cricket team is, depending on which side of the world you originate from. There is also a long history of people migrating in […]

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