66% Americans believe aliens exist and that the US government isn’t telling them the truth: survey

At least six Super Hornet pilots made visual or instrument contact with the UFO on November 14, 2004. The encounters, which are documented in numerous interviews with first-hand witnesses, remain a mystery, and the object’s incredible speed and movements have led to speculation that it was extraterrestrial in origin. The original FLIR video from the … Read more

Britons mistake UK beaches for exotic locations including the Med and Maldives in new survey

Britons needn’t worry about missing out on an exotic summer beach holiday – because their strips of sand at home are more enticing than they give them credit for. In a fascinating survey, those polled were shown uncaptioned pictures of nine British beaches and asked to name the locations – and the results were astonishing, … Read more

Sports Direct voted worst sport shop in Britain by customers after Which? magazine survey

Sports Direct is voted WORST sport shop in Britain by customers while Rohan and Sweaty Betty are ranked top, Which? survey finds Discount retailer was crowned Britain’s worst sports shop by Which? survey Sports Direct was awarded the highest customer dissatisfaction rating of 65% Consumers were particularly quick to criticise Sports Direct’s returns policy Sports chain will now … Read more

Survey reveals how Britons’ priorities have changed over the last year of Covid lockdowns

Foreign holidays and nights out are less important to Britons than they were before lockdown, a new survey has revealed.   Instead, daily walks, spending lots of time with family and being able to work from home have become a greater priority than they were a year ago. The study, of 2,000 adults, found 43 per … Read more

Survey reveals how Britons’ priorities have changed over the last year of Covid lockdowns

Foreign holidays and nights out are less important to Britons than they were before lockdown, a new survey has revealed.   Instead, daily walks, spending lots of time with family and being able to work from home have become a greater priority than they were a year ago. The study, of 2,000 adults, found 43 per … Read more

Coronavirus: Only 1 in 1,010 people in England now has virus, ONS survey shows

The number of people with coronavirus in England plummeted by 40 per cent to just 54,200 infections last week meaning only one in every 1,010 people are now carrying the virus. A weekly report from the Office for National Statistics today estimated the total number of infections is lower than at any point since early … Read more

Coronavirus: Only 1 in 1,010 people in England now has virus, ONS survey shows

The number of people with coronavirus in England plummeted by 40 per cent to just 54,200 infections last week meaning only one in every 1,010 people are now carrying the virus. A weekly report from the Office for National Statistics today estimated the total number of infections is lower than at any point since early … Read more

Britons prefer to have an allotment than a sports car, survey finds

Britons prefer to have an allotment than a sports car, survey finds as more than 100,000 are on the waiting list for one More than 100,000 Britons on waiting lists for allotments amid lockdown surgeNow a new poll finds that it is among the three most popular ‘top goals’ in lifeAnd buying a sports car came … Read more

Skytrax survey finds Covid test prices at world airports range from £1.45 in India to £293 in Japan

Having a negative Covid-19 test is now a requirement for international travel in 2021 that’s near-universal – but the prices for them at airports are anything but. Research by respected UK-based air transport rating agency Skytrax found a $396 USD (£287) price difference between the highest and lowest costs for standard PCR testing at airports … Read more