Young people who commit serious crimes, such as rubbery or a violent attack should be punished in the same way as adults. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Every year, the British Royal Family spends Christmas Day walking – no, strolling – to church and back. This year, it was no different. The whole family went to St. Mary Magdalene, which is located in their estate in Norfolk. Naturally, a crowd gathered to see the nobles with their own eyes.
Women in England are given equal rights to men, and this is a very important part of English society now.
It wasn’t always this way, and it took the bravery and courage of some famous women and men to make the change. Here are some simple points about women that may differ to your country (or may not!):
It’s completely acceptable for women to drink beer. Women can drink anything men can and most of society will not find it odd. However, many men still feel that it is not attractive to see a women drinking the more tradition ‘male’ drinks like a pint of beer or very hard spirits.
Over the past few years, there has been a new culture in England which is fast becoming a widespread epidemic. Everywhere you go in England you’ll see Chavs. They normally hang around their favourite “Maccy D” (MacDonalds) outlet, off licence waiting to nick free booze or just the streets where they try at every opportunity to vandalise property, drink cheap Stella, verbally abuse passers by and terrorise the elderly.
Chavs have a distinct dress code. Fake designer labels are a must. The male chav will normally wear a hooded top to conceal his panicky face, loose tracksuits, white trainers, and most importantly a Burberry baseball cap.
I listed today some amazing traits handsome men should have here. You can check the list, go to the bathroom and look into the mirror to examine yourself. If you hit on any of these traits, open a bottle of beer and cheer to yourself; but if not unfortunately, keep these key words in your tongue and it will also enable you become charming as well.
She was the doyenne of food writers, credited with bringing French and Italian cuisine into British dining rooms.
Elizabeth David was a British cookery writer who, in the mid-20th century, strongly influenced the revitalisation of the art of home cookery with articles and books about European cuisines and traditional British dishes.