Universal credit claimants looking for employment have been advised to search for roles including "striptease artist" by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Police raid abandoned Woolworths to find massive cannabis farm. Cops found 2,647 cannabis plants growing in 14 rooms inside an old Wolworths store. Police have raided a massive cannabis farm inside a former town centre Woolworths store. Police were called to the old Woollworths shop after passers-by reported a strong smell of cannabis coming from the building. The police entered the store in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, where they discovered a jaw-dropping 2,647 cannabis plants.
Dutch say “goodbye” to UK with North Sea beach party event. Thousands of Dutch are seemingly planning to say "goodbye" to the United Kingdom with a beach party on Strand Wijk Aan Zee on October 31st - the date of the Brexit, according to an event created on Facebook. The event initiator invites everyone to bring a beach chair, Dutch chips, French wine and German beer and watch across the sea as Great Britain wakes up as a "closed institution".
The British Government could force utility companies to pay for potholes repairs five years after roadworks have been completed. 'Road surfaces can be made worse by utility companies, so imposing higher standards on repairs will help keep roads pothole-free for longer' Utility companies could face tougher rules over roadworks which cause potholes in England.