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  1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-15799571 I found this really interesting article on the bbc website and just thought it would be interesting to see what other people make of it??
  2. Australian dream fades for Brits - report "THE number of Britons emigrating to Australia each year has almost halved, according to new figures published by British media. Britain's Office for National Statistics has released data showing that residents of Blighty are leaving at their lowest rate for more than a decade."
  3. Thousands of Britons emigrate to Australia every year in search of a better life, but now more and more are deciding Down Under is not for them and returning home. The same trend seems to be happening to Australians deserting the UK. Why? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-15799571
  4. BRITONS aged 45-54 have been branded the most unhealthy and depressed people in the world. A report today says they are more likely to be obese, depressed or smokers than those of 11 other nations including Australia, the US, China, Brazil, Mexico and New Zealand. A worrying 35% of middle-aged Brits are classed as obese, almost twice the world average, while 27% have depression against an average of 17%, says Bupa International, which surveyed 13,000 people. Bupa’s Dr Sneh Kemkah blamed our drinking culture, adding: “It is mainly down to lifestyles. The mid-40s is a time when the excesses of youth catches up with you.”
  5. BBC News - Bid to lure bored Britons to South Australia building penguin homes on kangaroo Island definitely sounds interesting!
  6. Thousands of east Europeans are making use of budget airlines to study in Britain. More than 250,000 British applicants are expected to be left without degree places this year. In addition, because EU students are entitled to the same state funding as Britons, they are a strain on the Treasury, which will spend £211m next year on teaching them. Easystudents jet in to UK universities - Times Online
  7. I bet Aldo will hang arund though ! The pain in Spain proves too much as expat Britons pack their bags
  8. Reading, chatting and texting are among the favourite activities of Britons on the toilet, according to a survey. The study suggests more than 14 million people in the UK read newspapers, books and magazines on the loo.{ Blimey 20% of the population] The poll points to eight million people talking - either on the phone or to family - and one in five send texts. Meanwhile, the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has warned that poor hygiene is responsible for spreading toilet germs quickly. It says separate research suggests almost half of British adults fail to dry their hands after using a public toilet, and one in six admit that they do not wash their hands every time BBC NEWS | UK | Britons' toilet pastimes revealed
  9. mr luvpants

    Britons living abroad website advice

    Came across this website and thought it might be handy for you. Haven't had the opportunity (or time) to look through it yet, but it seems to be An Idiots Guide..... Britons living abroad : Directgov JOHN
  10. koalakids

    Why Are So Many Britons Leaving?

    This is worth a read. I can't think for one moment why everyone is leaving :-p Why are so many Britons emigrating? - Telegraph