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What Happened In The UK In 1996?

Breaking 1996 down into the biggest news, sports and entertainment events; here’s what happened…

Two tragedies hit the hearts of Britons in 1996, the nation’s sympathies going out to the people of Dunblane and Manchester. In Dunblane, a crazed gunman went on a shooting spree in at a local infant school, killing an entire class and their teacher. Later in the year, as a direct response to those ill-fated events, the Government announced that it would be outlawing almost all handguns in the UK.

In Manchester, a huge bomb devastated its busy central shopping area just as it was filling up with eager Saturday shoppers. Police managed to start an evacuation before it blew up but scores of people were still killed or injured in the blast. Such was the damage caused, that the episode led to a total regeneration of Manchester city centre.

Also hitting the news in ’96 was the introduction of the first genetically modified (or GM) food to go on sale in British supermarkets. Modified tomato puree was the cause of all the fuss with some critics dubbing it a «Frankenstein food».

The world of sport was dominated by England’s hosting of the European football championships (Euro ’96). The England v Scotland group stage match drew much attention with Gazza’s wonder goal eventually stealing the win for the home team. Cheered on by home support, the ‘Three Lions’ made it all the way to the semi-finals, the nation going football crazy as it looked as if England were really going to win a major tournament for the first time since ’66, then, as really should have been expected, they lost on penalties to Germany.

Entertainment wise, carrot topped Chris Evans re-invented the chat show format with his hit show ‘TFI Friday’.Presenting celebrity gossip, the hippest bands and lad friendly guests, this unscripted, chaotic program briefly made Evans the most sought after man on TV. Over on the BBC, a group of thirty-something lawyers were gaining huge ratings; ‘This Life’ being a bit like the American ‘Friends’ but with much more ‘bad’ behaviour and saucy goings on.

The big screen was blessed with one of the jewels of the British film-making crown, ‘Trainspotting’. Despite featuring heroin, needles, vomit and disgusting toilet bowls, this was the coolest thing of the year and took Ewan McGregor from nowhere to ‘Star Wars’. The more family friendly film of 1996 was ‘Toy Story’; it being the first feature length movie ever to be animated entirely by computer. The results were quite stunning and people flocked to see ‘Woody’ (a pull-string cowboy) and ‘Buzz Lightyear’ (a high-tech space ranger) battle it out to become little Andy’s favourite toy.

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Insider’s Guide to Getting a Job in Manchester

Manchester is one of the up-and-coming cities of the UK. The Greater Manchester area has been growing steadily since 2007 and is one of the areas of the UK that has recovered most quickly from the credit crunch recession. It is the second largest functional financial region outside of London and shows a growth rate of almost twice that of the majority of UK urban areas. The expansion has been fuelled by large scale investment in services industries, particularly the financial sector. Some of the major businesses with offices and large employee bases in the Manchester region are Vodafone, the BBC, Thomas Cook, the Guardian, Kellogs, ITV and the heinous internet ogre Google.

Between them, they provide a wealth of job opportunities, however, the appeal of Manchester to job seekers is that there are also plenty of other industries. The main industry is the financial sector; banking and insurance but other opportunities are available in retail and telesales in particular. Manchester is a centre of excellence for the service sector including logistics. The latter is natural since Manchester is at the hub of the UK’s transport network with motorways and rail links radiating out in all 4 cardinal directions. There are some highly specialised niche industries that have centred on the area for example, biotechnology and environmental technology; perhaps due to the presence of the Manchester Institute of Technology (MiT) which produces many scientific and technically qualified experts.

On a human scale rather than economical scale, the city and its environs are cosmopolitan and there is a thriving cultural scene. The latter has attracted creatives to the city – check any search engine and you will find pages of advertising agencies and other creative companies based here. These include digital and print advertising, packaging design, marketing, media… the list goes on and on! So not is it a great area for technical job searches, it is also great for those on the other side of the coin looking for creative jobs. Whilst looking through available jobs, I found an unusually high (well it seemed high to me) number of jobs for linguists too – the travel industry required Polish speakers; a car rental company needed someone who spoke excellent Norwegian and there were openings fr French speakers in retail!

Salaries in Greater Manchester are very varied. For telesales and basic retail jobs, they are as low as 12,000, but you don’t have to look far for well paid managerial and technical jobs that offer 40 – 50K plus. So in other words, there is pretty much something for everyone, depending on their skills and experience.

How to find a job in Manchester

Online is a good place to start. It will save you a lot of time and several bus fares! There are thousands of advertised jobs on the usual websites like gumtree, Monster and fish4. But a really good site for job seekers is Reeds, a national recruitment agency as you can see how many others have applied for the jobs in which you are interested. For creative jobs, check out ‘The Drum’ and remember to check out the Guardian jobs pages too.

But before you even start, you should re-vamp your CV. This is best left to professionals who, after exploring the type of employment you are looking for, can provide you with an edge over the others. They will advise you on the best type of CV (yes, there are several effective ways to present a CV) and use your skills and experience to paint you in a very positive light. You, after all, are an amateur in the field, unless of course you are in HR!

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Manchester Hotels and Resorts, Nightlife, Shopping and Travel From Manchester to Paris by Eurostar

Manchester is one of the beautiful cities in UK. It offers something for everyone ranging from world-class architecture buildings, museums, monuments and great restaurants to vibrant nightlife and shopping areas.

Hotels and Resorts

We will not spoil your plan by saying that we can’t help you in booking of hotels.

We care for our customers and for their convenient. Eurostar had a link with various big hotels. You can book your hotel along with your traveling ticket. This will give you three gains. You will get a best way of journey, you will get a best hotel and you can save your money under various offers of Eurostar.

  • The Gardens Hotel
  • The Lowry Hotel
  • IBIS Manchester Centre
  • Malmaison Manchester
  • Premier Apartment Manchester
  • The Midland Hotel

Manchester in Dark

Stunning nights of Manchester will force you to dance on the beats of DJ’s. Yes there are lots of things that you can do in nights. It depends on your mood that your nights should rock on the floors or you want to enjoy with wine and drinks.

  • The Alchemist
  • The Rumours Are True
  • Hacienda at Sankeys
  • Rain Bar
  • Cord
  • Band On The Wall

Manchester Shopping

Amazing wears, accessories, households, wine, religious things etc the list is so long. You can do lots of shopping in the city. Highly classy shopping malls or street markets the choice is yours.

  • The Trafford Centre
  • House of Fraser Kendals
  • Selfridges
  • Harvey Nichols
  • Market Place Outlet Mall
  • The Lowry Outlet Mall

Manchester to Paris By Eurostar

Rocking and vibrating city with lots of events is waiting for you. So do not think much joust book your tickets and ride all the way with Eurostar. You will feel the ultimate comfort in this train. It will take your short time and will give you more comforts.

We will take your 5 hours and 12 minutes from Manchester to Paris and you will reach at your dreamy vacation destination. You will get more exited after hearing that the return fair from the city is just £91.

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Middlesbrough is Back at the Top Table of English Football

The Pride of the North East

Pride of the North East is a richly deserved title given Middlesbrough Football Club's recent results, sharing the spoils away to title contenders Arsenal and Manchester City.

Few people outside the north east expected Boro to make a fist of it amongst the big boys feasting at the top table of English football this season. Although the club might lack a glut of star players and expensive signings, what they do possess is one of the brightest young coaches in the game, having honed his coaching skills under the watchful eye of Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid, at a time when his star burnt brightly in the firmament. As you'll discover later, Mourinho was linked with another famous Middlesbrough coach as he took his first tentative steps in his coaching career.

When Aitor Karanka was appointed as Boro's first foreign manager in November 2013, the club may have appeared to be taking a gamble on raw talent, rather than playing it safe with a trustworthy pair of hands with extensive experience of the British game. A lack of success at the hands of Gordon Strachan and Tony Mowbray, may well have influenced their thinking.

This leads me to reflect on a period in Boro's history, when the club's hierarchy in their wisdom decided to turn towards Malcolm Allison, who at one time just like Karanka was considered to be one of the brightest young coaches of his generation. The difference being, that when Big Mal turned up at the old Ayresome Park stadium in October 1982, his star as a visionary coach was very much on the wane.

Ironically when Malcolm Allison was manager of Portuguese side Vitoria Setubal just before his dramatic arrival on Teesside, he was aided by former Boro conditioning coach Roger Spray and an ambitious young coach by the name of Jose Mourinho. While the special one's stock might be currently on the decline, as was the case with Big Mal during his fateful spell with Boro, few would argue that in their heyday, they were the brightest coaches of their era. As a fitting tribute to Big Mal, who sadly departed from this world in October 2010, Roger Spray holds him in such high esteem as to consider him as influential as Mourinho and Arsene Venger!

The club being in dire financial straits further compounded the depression enveloping the Boro faithful. While neighbors Sunderland were given the tag of 'Bank of England' in the late 1950s due to their abundance of cash, the early 1980s was a time for drastic financial measures at Ayresome Park.

When you consider that the club is today valued at around £ 87 million and that the incumbent English manager by the name of Southgate opened the floodgates and splashed a whopping £ 13.6 million on the record breaking signing of Brazilian Afonso Alves during the 2007-08 season , Allison's antics seems to belong in a long forgotten distant past!

When Big Mal was lured to Teesside by ambitious chairman Mike McCullagh, the club was bottom of the old second division, attracting gates of only 5,000, half a million pounds in debt and losing £ 12,000 a week!

Today the average attendance at the Riverside is an impressive 30,000 in stark contrast with the poorest crowd since the Second World War of only 5,435 that witnessed their home game against Fulham in March 1984. Almost inevitably this led to Allison being relieved of his managerial duties. With Middlesbrough having finished in sixteenth position in the old second division during his first season, the club's heroic effort in holding Arsenal to a 1-1 draw in their FA Cup fifth round home tie, represented the zenith of his short stint with the club. Unfortunately time was not of the essence and Big Mal failed in his quest to revive the sleeping giant of the North East!

The manager's antics and double standards were reminiscent of scenes familiar to viewers of the Carry On films of that period. In keeping with his reputation for an insatiable appetite for stunning birds and the high life, Allison was in his seventh heaven, entertaining his female companions courtesy of the finest champagne at the Baltimore Hotel, while running up a hefty bill of £ 3,500. In comical fashion, his answer to the required harsh financial measures was to sack the club's tea man on £ 18 per week! Fortunately the man capable of a fine brew was reinstated following assurances that the players would pay his princely wage!

Big Mal, always one for the limelight, embarked on his mission to bring stars to the Teesside gloom, with ambitious efforts to sign George Best from San Jose Earthquakes and the Liverpool duo David Johnson and David Fairclough! He succeeded only in signing the ex- Ipswich Town star Kevin Beattie to bolster his defense, although by this time he was crocked by knee injuries! Indeed some would say that his best capture came off the field in the form of local beauty, 28 year old school teacher Lynn Salten, by far the classiest act on show!

Today the footballing landscape has changed beyond recognition with Middlesbrough plying their trade at the wonderful Riverside Stadium and recipients of the huge sums of money assured by entry to the top table of English football.

Whether Karanka and his charges can preserve their premier league status remains to be seen, but the Boro faithful will be encouraged by recent accomplished performances. Some would say that football has come a long way since the 1980s, but it seems that today's global nature and rich trappings of the premier league, seems to have left our beautiful game void of true characters like Malcolm Allison, who despite failure on the field , certainly lit up the North East with rich experiences that will forever be a part of Middlesbrough Football Club's folklore!

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Find Good Manchester Hotels Using Hotel Comparison Sites

Manchester is wonderful riverside town and till date it has preserved itself as historically and culturally. Merrimack River is exploited for abundant water power, which is used for operating Amoskeag mills. Since ancient times, manufacturing still plays a vital part in the Manchester’s economy. This city is buzzed up by the activities of low taxes and diverse work force. There are several Manchester hotels, which are well equipped in catering the huge population pouring in the city for different activities.

Each one of us is greatly concerned about the stay, as it is major part of the tour. Compare hotel rates after bit of research before you embark to Manchester to have stress free vacations. Also, it is best way to acquire desired hotel suiting your budget.

Below mentioned are affordable resorts in Manchester offering cutting edge facilities and thus can be considered for accommodation in the town.

The Britannia Manchester

One of the architecturally renowned hotels in Manchester; The Britannia Manchester is amazingly designed and located in the heart of city. The accommodation is located with in easy reach of business, recreational and cultural attractions. Moreover, visitors can mark their presence at the places ideal for leisure and business activities. There are 363 smoke free rooms and suites equipped with comfortable furnishings and modern amenities. Guests can walk down to relish in famous Chinatown and The Village, with their myriad of bars and restaurants. Stay at Britannia Manchester hotel is laced with all the comfort of the world.

Arora International Manchester

Arora International is located 0.4 km away fromManchester center. Accommodation in this four star hotel will be highly convenient, as you will be in easy reach of city’s attractions and famous venues. Shopping freaks can suffice their senses by visiting Manchester’s Arndale Center, Exchange Square or short drive to Old Trafford stadium. This Manchester hotel incorporates 141 bedrooms, which are integrated with contemporary styling and pleasant interiors. The stay in this resort will integrate you with high end services including cloud 9 beds, broadband access and mini fridges. The hotel highlights well known Obsidian Restaurant and Bar. You can explore Manchester nightlife by visiting 50 ft animated bar serving excellent cocktails.

Palace Hotel

The Palace Hotel is wonderfully constructed and listed as Grade II building. It is known as a landmark of Manchester. Guests can make their comfortable stay in 275 bedrooms, which integrated with several original and traditional features. You can keep your work on move with high speed internet access. Hotel’s magnificent teracotta building was completely renovated in 2008 to ensure that vast public area and illuminating Tempus bar should charm everyone with its contemporary style. The Palace Hotel is well known in North of England for offering grandest banqueting facilities. There are 19 fantastic meeting / function rooms to meet needs of the guests.

Accommodation is vital part for touring purposes and it covers major part of the budget. In order to save your hard earned money, it is suggested to make use of hotel price comparison websites to acquire best deals.

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