This is the third EU fine for the online giant in two years but, after a cursory Google, it’s impossible to find any evidence of the other two. Although there are a lot of ads for the Gleave campaign.
‘Major companies are just like DIY projects – once it’s fallen down, it’s way more difficult to put it back up’ said father of 2 and keen home improvement fan Adam, 47, from Cheshire, with a pencil behind his ear and a tape measure clipped to the waistband of his light wash jeans. ‘You’ve got to get it right first time.
MySpace apologised on Monday, admitting it suffered a massive data loss due to a system migration, wiping out 12 years worth of…
Travelodge will save money by paying minimum wage to its ‘parent’ workers. “Their skills have been put to use for free for many years already with their own children, with little thanks or praise, so why pay more?” said a spokesperson, “We intend to maintain this lack of appreciation throughout their employment.”
Average house prices in London are now pushing £500k and even a one bedroom flat costs between £850 -1000 per month to rent. One London landlord, who refused to be named, bought a happy meal during last year’s Monopoly campaign, and has since converted the box into a bedsit for illegal immigrants which nets him £2000 per week in tax free income.
Pre-tax profits at pub chain Wetherspoons fell by 19% to £50.3m to the end of January. The drop in profits is being blamed on an increasing number of customers heeding the advice given by the chain’s founder Tim Martin and simply walking away rather than hanging about and settling their bill before they leave.
Mr van Beurden’s father, Ben van Beurden Sr, aged 98, is arguably the most thrilled by the salary increase. “All he did was sit in his room on his Xbox, swearing at 12-year-olds online for cheating at FIFA” said van Beurden Sr. “He barely ever did his chores. His Lamborghini hasn’t been washed in weeks and the van Gogh in the conservatory is filthy”.