I wonder for how long we will have this fantastic service.
If we leave the EU i strongly suspect we can kiss goodbye to our brilliant maternity and paternity packages and if Jeremy Hunt has his way goodbye NHS!
I am pretty sure ours in the uk is the same.
If you have overpaid you get a rebate but if you have underpaid you have to fork the cash over too
We have root beer here.
Also you could purchase all the necessary ingredients to make gumbo.
Its because people are idiots.
Yes it includes public/bank holidays but that’s still a paid day off.
Legally you are entitled to a minimum of 28 days paid leave pro rata, this is inclusive of bank holidays. Obviously as pro rata if you do not work full time it would be less than this. This is as the 28 days is based on a standard 5 day week.
https://www.gov.uk/holiday-entitlement-rights/entitlement It is also not illegal to drink in a public places along as you are over 18 and not in an area where a public space protection order is in place.
In regards to drinking on the tube, it isn’t illegal however tfl have a company policy to not allow open alcohol on any of their transport. Most national trains have a bar cart and sometimes trolley service.
I am disappointed that you didn’t mention hwr thinly veiled threat to not have any fun with oit her.
Response to What Classic Book Didn’t Bore You Shitless?:
The Turning of The Screw is brilliant. It is so atmospheric and the pacing is perfect and full of suspence.
Not strictly a classic but written very much in a meandering Victorian style and set in Victorian London the Crimson Petal and The White by Michael Faber should become a classic.
If you are on the more conservative or prudish side this might not be the book for you as it is full of sex following the two lives of Agnes the naive Victorian genteel and Sugar a wordly young prostitute. There connection is Agnes husband William whom visits Sugar.
There story is told from all the different characters perspectives and really will hook you, don’t be daunted by the size of the book as once you start reading it will whizz by.