London has some truly strange shops out there. Check out this selection we have made of the ten most unusual places in the city. Who knows, you might find something you want to buy, like cane stool that becomes a Viking costume, fairy dust or monster products. Don't stay at
From rural villages to impressive coastal towns, today the UK is home to some of the most charming places in the world. From Antrim coast in Northern Ireland and the Highlands in Scotland to the Welsh valleys and the coast of Cornwall, this guide lists the ten most beautiful towns
Everyone in the UK knows that despite the stereotypes, the migrants are hard workers, but still sometimes you gets sick for a few days while working in the UK. I’ve received several questions about this, so I think today's post is a good place to try to explain the rights of
Once the initial problems related to moving to the UK (finding a job, a flat, etc.) are taken care of, you need to know which rights you have here, the way you know back home. This is why I would like to talk about a topic that will greatly influence
Finally! The long-awaited moment has come: you have received a call for a job interview. It's tomorrow at ten o'clock in the company headquarters, near a tube station in Zone 3.
After a few minutes, after the excitement has worn off, you start to have many questions. How should I dress?
A large part of everyone’s salary is usually spent on food, but since it’s always good to save let's talk about how to do so in the supermarket.
… which we all have heard, or told someone, but never follow…
1. Open the fridge and write down what you need.
The UK has many laws that look out for the safety of workers, but as immigrants we don't know our basic rights as well as we know them back home. Many people post on forums about the problems they’ve had at work, so let’s do an overview and clear things
If you like meandering around colourful, diverse and crowded markets... don't wait, print out this map with the top 20 street markets in London. There's something for everyone: crafts, antiques, clothes, local fashion, art... whatever you’re looking for.
Which is your favourite?
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Today on Facebook, a fellow Spaniard Javier published a few very useful tips about his observations of how people look for work and hand in CVs. I thought I'd share it with those of you who aren’t familiar with these processes yet. Here is the translation of the original text:
The famous NIN or National Insurance Number is the UK equivalent of a social security number. It's what you need for taxes and other data from your stay in the UK. Even though it is necessary, any EU citizen can start working in the UK with nothing but his or