It's not like the old days, millions moan with a lack of manners topping list of complaints 1,000 people polled in survey by search website Ask Jeeves Second on list is weather followed by pubs and television programmes By Tara Brady PUBLISHED: 14:37 GMT, 6 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:07 GMT, 6 March 2013 From TV programmes to pubs to the weather, things really aren't as good as they used to be, according to the British public. New research published today found that that the majority of Britons really do think modern life is rubbish.
Wife killed in 999 crash on day of her husband’s champagne retirement Wendy Williams was killed as she pulled out in front of an ambulance in 2009Husband Terry Williams told an inquest of hearing the devastating news Kevin Webster was found not guilty of causing death by careless driving By Paul Bentley PUBLISHED: 12:25 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:01 GMT, 5 March 2013 Tragic news on retiring: Terry Williams was devastated to discover that on the day he retired, his wife Wendy was killed in a crash with an ambulance It was meant to be the first day of the rest of their lives. Terry Williams had arrived home, laden with champagne and gifts, to celebrate his retirement with his wife after a 40-year career. But their dreams of sharing a new stage of life together were not to be
Greece overtakes Spain to have the highest level of unemployment in Europe Unemployment rate has almost tripled since September 2009Labor union now predicts jobless rate will reach 29 per cent next year Greek economy is now in its fifth year of recession Expected to have shrunk by almost a quarter before recovery begins in 2014Riots in Athens and Thessaloniki to mark the fourth anniversary of a deadly police shooting | UPDATED: 17:13 GMT, 6 December 2012 Unemployment in Greece climbed to a new record of 26 percent in September, topping that of Spain to become the highest in the euro area. Greece’s jobless rate has almost tripled since September 2009, driven higher by the global financial crisis and severe austerity policies imposed by the bailed-out country’s international lenders