Easyjet offers passengers the chance to live like a billionaire for 7minutes 23 seconds

Easyjet offers passengers the chance to live like a billionaire for 7minutes 23 seconds

  Easyjet is offering passengers the opportunity to live like a billionaire for 7 minutes and 23 seconds following the launch of a new venture that will allow its customers to use the private jet facilities at Luton Airport.   Despite the term, ‘private jet terminal and facilities at Luton airport’ sounding like a contradiction…

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US Supreme Court says Microsoft isn’t liable for the barren sex lives of Xbox owners

US Supreme Court says Microsoft isn’t liable for the barren sex lives of Xbox owners

  The U.S. Supreme Court sided with Microsoft in a lawsuit brought by gamers who claim their ability to get girlfriends has been severely hampered as a result of owning an Xbox.   The suit claims the Xbox console is so addictive that many high frequency users now struggle to get laid having never developed…

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Huawei says a UK retail ban will significantly improve its sales figures

Huawei says a UK retail ban will significantly improve its sales figures

  Huawei says sales will improve if the UK high court upholds an injunction banning it from selling smartphones in the UK.   The Chinese mobile phone giant has been ordered to pay royalties on the millions of smartphone sales it makes around the world, but says that being banned from the UK marketplace is…

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EU wants Wenlock and Mandeville to lead UK Brexit negotiation team

EU wants Wenlock and Mandeville to lead UK Brexit negotiation team

  European leaders have called on Wenlock and Mandeville to head up the UK’s Brexit negotiation team.   The EU is dismayed at the uncertainty the UK general election has created and sees the London 2012 Olympic mascots as the only credible leadership left in Britain that has anything approaching a mandate from voters. The…

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Arla Foods’ organic milk proves useless for growing plants and vegetables

Arla Foods’ organic milk proves useless for growing plants and vegetables

  Organic milk manufactured by Arla Foods has proved useless for growing plants and vegetables after gardeners say it provides no advantages whatsoever when used in horticulture.   An advert for organic milk has been banned by the advertising watchdog for its “misleading” claim that its production is “good for the land,” leaving many allotment…

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HSBC baffled as to why staff won’t relocate to Birmingham

HSBC baffled as to why staff won’t relocate to Birmingham

  HSBC remains nonplussed as to why staff have collectively refused to move to its new British headquarters in Birmingham.   The bank has tried pretty much everything bar threats and intimidation in a bid to encourage employees to make the 120-mile move from London. HSBC’s Head of Living in the West Midlands, Mr. Dudley…

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9 out of 10 blokes think Amazon’s Alexa would make a better wife than Apple’s Siri

9 out of 10 blokes think Amazon’s Alexa would make a better wife than Apple’s Siri

  9 out of 10 blokes think that Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant would make a much better wife than Apple’s Siri according to a recent study.   Whilst Siri has a small set of specific talents that she does extremely well, Alexa is considered to be much more rounded and will perform a wider variety…

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Overseas Ocado customers unsure if groceries will arrive before going out of date

Overseas Ocado customers unsure if groceries will arrive before going out of date

  Ocado’s overseas customers are unsure whether their groceries will arrive before going out of date.   The online grocer has signed a new deal with a regional European retailer, but its new customers have raised concerns over how long the goods will take to deliver given the fact the average Ocado van has a…

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Concerns raised over Snapchat’s Cristiano Ronaldo filter

Concerns raised over Snapchat’s Cristiano Ronaldo filter

  Concerns have been raised over Snapchat’s Champions League final Cristiano Ronaldo lens which lets fans apply a real-time filter to their selfies to show support for their favourite team.   The Cristiano Ronaldo lens is rumoured to be modelled on his bronze statue that stands in Madeira airport and will give fans the opportunity…

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EU prays for less UK stag and hen parties after Brexit

EU prays for less UK stag and hen parties after Brexit

  In the wake of the UK’s decision to leave the EU, many European countries have been hoping for fewer British stag and hen parties visiting them as the pound continues to decrease in value.   In the first quarter of 2017 however, the numbers travelling abroad from the UK rose 3 per cent from…

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