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Brief Summary of Hampshire’s Biggest Towns and Cities

20th January 2012
Hampshire is a county in the South of England that covers approximately 1,400 square miles. The county town is the historic cathedral city of Winchester. Hampshire contains the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth as well as the New Forest National Park. ... Read >

History of the Shanghai Stock Exchange

23rd October 2011
The Shanghai Stock Exchange is now one of the biggest in the world and is growing all the time. It has an interesting history which has included it being halted during World War 2 and it being suspended for over forty years after the communist revolution.... Read >

The Steel Making Process

17th May 2011
We see and use steel every day. We use it in the form of cutlery to eat with, we drive cars that are made with materials including steel, we wear watches with steel in them and we may even have steel furniture. Steel is also one of the most widely used ma... Read >

Where did the word Bespoke come from and what does it mean?

11th April 2011
We hear the word bespoke everywhere these days. Businesses of all types use it to advertise their products or services, from bespoke kitchens to bespoke websites. It is taken to mean custom built, and anything built to a customer’s specific requirements h... Read >

Worldwide Food Exports Statistics

06th August 2010
To some countries the export of food is critical to their economy. This article looks at the amount of food different countries export as a percentage of their total exports based on 2005 statistics. The small African nation, Burundi, has the highest ... Read >

Advantages and Disadvantages of Managed and Unmanaged Colocation

16th September 2009
There are two types of Colocation available; Managed Colocation and Unmanaged Colocation. Colocation is a type of web hosting, where someone rents rack space from a data centre, where they store their server. This prevents them from having to have their o... Read >

The relationship between a recession and crime

23rd July 2009
The UK, and much of the world is currently in recession. Crime is generally considered to rise during tough financial times, but in which ways and why? As we know, unemployment increases dramatically during a recession. Businesses struggling or going u... Read >

Strange laws around the world

11th July 2009
There are many strange laws still in operation around the world. Most are no longer enforced, but technically you could be prosecuted if you break the following laws. IN THE UNITED STATES • In Ohio it is illegal to get a fish drunk. • I... Read >

Crimes Committed while sleepwalking

10th June 2009
If you commit a crime while asleep should you be prosecuted just like anyone else would, or does the fact that you were asleep mean you have no responsibilities for your actions? There are numerous occasions when someone has committed a crime while claimi... Read >