Sweden abandons the six hour day because everybody keeps working overtime

Sweden abandons the six hour day because everybody keeps working overtime

  Sweden recently went back to an eight hour working day because employees would rather stay in the office and claim overtime than go home to be with their loved ones.   The City of Gothenburg didn’t extend the experiment into the benefits of working shortened workdays because the budget allocated for the two year…

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Volkswagen ‘all-electric’ concept car does a staggering 300 miles on a full tank of diesel

Volkswagen ‘all-electric’ concept car does a staggering 300 miles on a full tank of diesel

  German car manufacturer Volkswagen unveiled its latest all-electric concept vehicle that can reach top speeds of 112 mph and a range of 300 miles on a single full tank of diesel.   The new electric concept vehicle is the third in VW’s new line up after its hatchback and van concepts and is also…

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Easyjet says if passengers want guaranteed seating they should join the Royal Air Force

Easyjet says if passengers want guaranteed seating they should join the Royal Air Force

  Two Easyjet passengers were removed from an overbooked flight and not offered compensation after being told, “If you want a guaranteed seat on a plane – you’ll have to join the RAF!”   The British couple were due to fly from Luton Airport to Catania in Sicily but were asked to leave the plane…

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Asda says its fake farm produce is grown by Old Macdonald himself

Asda says its fake farm produce is grown by Old Macdonald himself

  Asda has assured its customers after re-launching its Farm Stores range, a label which some agricultural organisations say is misleading – that all its produce is grown by Old Macdonald himself.   The retailer has reintroduced the label on some of its fresh products after dropping it in 2001 whilst attempting to fight, ‘fake…

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United Airlines to defenestrate passengers travelling in business class

United Airlines to defenestrate passengers travelling in business class

  United Airlines will throw its business class passengers out of the plane’s exit doors soon after take-off in a bid to further consolidate its reputation for high level customer service.   The airline’s motto, ‘Fly the friendly skies,’ was put into practice this week when a man was pulled out of his seat by…

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Wonga customers unsure if having cash stolen is part of the loan agreement

Wonga customers unsure if having cash stolen is part of the loan agreement

  Customers of payday loan company Wonga are unsure whether illegal and unauthorised activity on their bank accounts is included in the terms and conditions of their loan agreements.   Whilst it has been reported in the press that personal information like names, addresses, phone numbers, bank account numbers, sort codes and the last four…

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KFC is now the world’s no. 1 treatment for dangerous bacterial infections

KFC is now the world’s no. 1 treatment for dangerous bacterial infections

  KFC is now the world’s number one treatment against dangerous bacterial infections according to a recent World Health Organisation report.   Chickens reared specially for consumption at KFC restaurants get pumped so full of antibiotics over their short lives that the average two piece variety meal can now cure most known diseases if ordered…

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Spotify offered a recording contract after the success of their latest mixtape

Spotify offered a recording contract after the success of their latest mixtape

  Swedish Tech Pop duo Spotify have been offered a recording contract with one of the world’s largest record labels.   Spotify’s agreement with the record company Universal, whose hundreds of artists include Drake, U2, the Weeknd and Lady Gaga — is a global, multiyear deal. Universal Music Group’s Head of A&R Mr. Sam Pling…

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Pepsi challenge undergoes a revamp to include teargas and water cannon

Pepsi challenge undergoes a revamp to include teargas and water cannon

  Soft drinks manufacturer Pepsi has decided to revamp its format for the Pepsi challenge by introducing a crack unit of riot police to make it harder for contestants to work out which drink they’ve just tasted – mainly because they’ll be more concerned about dodging vicious blows from truncheons.   The legendary marketing promotion…

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Noel Edmunds tells Brexit committee whether a deal is better than no deal

Noel Edmunds tells Brexit committee whether a deal is better than no deal

  Prime Minister Theresa May has asked Noel Edmunds to prove that, “no deal is better than a bad deal,” by explaining the rules of his hit TV show to a parliamentary committee.   Upon being asked whether the government had a costing for failing to win a deal with the EU on Brexit, Finance…

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