Welcome to the Weekly Bulletin of News for Monday 25th December 2017. Here is a brief summary of the news emanating from the world in the past week.
- Many corners of the world are celebrating Christmas.
- Typhoon Tembin has sweeped across the Phillipinnes, unfortunately killing over 200 people.
- Sebastian Pinera has been elected as President of Chile.
- The UK is celebrating Christmas today.
- The traditional Boxing Day sales are set to take place tomorrow, however analysts have suggested spending will decrease compared to last year thanks to online shopping.
- In a Christmas address, the Pope has called for peace in Jerusalem.
- Following revelations that Apple intentionally slowed down their old models, lawsuits are being discussed.
- A UniEel study into 64 University’s has found there has been widescale spending on library fines – amounting to £2.2M purely for the 2016-17 academic year. It is the latest controversy in the higher education sector.
- Prospective student’s from around the country continue to apply to University. Check out our advice section for help with this.
- This week’s Editor’s choice is an article that looks at the 10 leading causes of Monopoly arguments – something particularly relevant at Christmas! Take a look for more!
Most Read This Week:
- 1st – The Apprentice: Where Are The Winners Now?
- 2nd – ArsenalFanTV: How Much Money Does It Make?
- 3rd – The Best Twitter Reactions To The Shock Apprentice Ending
From the team at UniEel, good luck for the week ahead. We wish you a very Merry Christmas.