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Orders the energy regulator Ofgem.
They have repeated their announcements that energy suppliers will be forced offer customers simpler energy plans and the lowest possible price tariffs.
This comes under the new Energy Bill legislation, and includes reforms such as: 1) companies my offer no more than four core tariffs for each fuel type, 2) bills must show the cheapest tariffs, and 3) consumers will be treated more fairly.
Is English not your first language? Were you brought up elsewhere and still speak another language?
Thursday 21st February is the international day of celebration
for multilingualism and cultural diversity.
This day was brought about by the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organisation, and will be discussed in schools throughout England.
We at City Radio have been running around London to play our part in this celebration.We have our reporter Lillie Rosenblatt on the case, and watch this space for some fantastic audio clips.
If you speak another language, please send us a voice-clip to Olivia.email@example.com, or tweet us @citybroadcasters!
Can you guess which language is which? We will release the results at 4pm on Thursday 21st February
Action in the East London Bangladeshi community – Our reporter Helen-Ann Smith headed to Altab Ali Park at 1am this morning.
There she found 800 Bangladeshis celebrating International Mother Language Day, as well as the Bangladeshi martyr’s day.
The families of British soldiers killed on duty in Iraq are fighting for their compensation claim rejection to be over-turned.
In October 2012 the MOD faced claims that it did not provide its soldiers with adequate protection whilst on duty in dangerous situations. Private Phillip Hewett, Private Lee Ellis and Lance Corporal Kirk Redpath were all killed between 2005 and 2007 whilst driving Snatch Land Rovers in Iraq.
Their families have claimed compensation from the MOD on behalf of these men on the grounds that their human rights were infringed. This claim was rejected in October 2012, but is now being appealed.
The case is being heard today and tomorrow, and will end at 4pm on Thursday. City Radio’s Anja will bring you a more in-depth analysis.
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In his guest post on the ‘Going Underground’ blog, Dr Roberts writes: “”With the new orbital loop surrounding Central London, some people are suggesting a mapping approach based on circles to emphasise this feature. There is nothing new here, and Berlin, Paris, Moscow and Madrid have all received this treatment in the past. Grounding a map in familiar shapes such as circles can make it easy to comprehend.”
However he recognises that it is possible to “push a design priority too far”.