Indeed... in order of importance, starting in the bottom left hand corner by the look of it.
Amazing Photos Show What The World Really Eats Amount spent on healthcare vs. quality of food intake
Posted 01 May 2012 - 04:24 PM
The one on Kensington High Street is a great place but the prices are incredible. I used to spend a lot there when I was using my expense account although you could easily spend £20 on a lunch of Sushi and Organic juice.
Posted 02 May 2012 - 08:03 AM
i didnt know people in the UK eats dogs, thought that would have been the Chinese
1. Nationwide & Halifax will show a nominal house price decline of 3% or less across 2013. Falls will be steeper for flats, starter homes, unemployment blackspots and in the North and Wales. Falls will be shallower for 3+ bedroom family homes and in London and the South East.
2. Land Registry and Acadametrics declines will be less than Nationwide and Halifax because they also include cash purchases, which will constitute a growing share of total house buying.
3. The base rate will remain exceptionally low in 2013.
4. RPI will be higher in 2013 than 2012, but by the end of the 2013 will be about 3-4%.
5. FTSE will be over 6500 by the end of 2013, corporate profits will grow, but driven by cost cutting and overseas earnings rather than domestic demand.
6. Owner occupancy rates in Britain will decline further as <25% deposit mortgages remain restricted.
7. Greece will still be in Europe by the end of 2013, but the underlying problems won't have gone away and at some later point they'll have to abandon the Euro.
8. Unemployment will finish the year at about 2.5 million. Median pay will fall further behind average pay as inequality continues to grow.
Posted 04 May 2012 - 01:01 PM
Pizzas are similar to pancakes, burgers, meatballs, pies, and pasties - a mishmash of leftover food from the depleted pantry.
And while the Italian family seemed to overall eat healthier than the UK, US, and German families, to counter the borderline tinfoil hatted comments about unhealthy foods coming in boxes, look at somebody from a present day society that mainly bypassed eating Western food grown since the 1970s:
Sure, look at the enormous whale women that block the view at your local Asda, but they're largely the result of a rather sedentary lifestyle and unbalanced diet (the UK family didn't have as much fruit and vegetables as the Italian family, but still had more fruit and veg than the US family).
This post has been edited by Big Orange: 04 May 2012 - 01:09 PM
Posted 05 May 2012 - 12:30 AM