Last Christmas I was working at a department store; I was on the gift counter which was the busiest in the entire store. So whenever I got to help out on another department it felt like I’d broken the water and I could breathe again. One day my travels took me to the Home & Electrical department; fridges, washing machines and kettles - all of the good stuff. However, as much as I was enjoying my reprieve, customers always had this "nasty" habit of asking me for help and in a
The loss of Uber in the city will have a terrible effect on millions of Londoners, or are we being uber dramatic? On the 22nd September 2017 Uber’s license renewal to drive in the city of London was rejected by TfL because it was in breach of “public safety and security implications.” Uber has built strong relations with the public because it’s easy to use, reliable and above all, affordable. Per mile an Uber cost £1.25 with the TfL alternative being anywhere between £6 - £9.
It’s a well-known fact that the cost of living is higher in the South, I’ve recently moved from a small town called Leyland to London so this difference has become apparent to me, there is a big contrast. “You would need around £2,955.62 in Manchester to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with £4,500.00 in London.” Coming from Leyland, the transport in London is to me more developed as it gets more funding that the North. I found it very helpful getting on a
In today’s morning meeting, we found ourselves talking and debating around an issue that really has no conclusion. The question itself seemed to get people a little riled up, and some laughed at just how pretentious we all sounded discussing this topic. The question, in question is “What is art?” Now I know that this could be considered a a conceited morning meeting, but people raised some interesting points. Some scoffed at the idea of an unmade bed being considered art whe