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Ben Whishaw makes his return to BBC AMERICA as star of the thriller London Spy, set for a premiere later …Read Now
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From how we speak to what we eat, the U.S. is mad about everything British.
1. Our accents As a Brit living in America, I veer between extreme speaking-related self-consciousness – like when I have to ask for budder instead of butter in a restaurant – and believing, thanks to a steady flow of …
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on August 7th, 2012
Don’t want to be reviled by every waiter in town? Heed our tips on tipping, U.S. style.
1. Am I legally required to tip anywhere in the U.S.? No. Service charge is always voluntary, even when it’s added to your bill. But if you deduct gratuity from the check, don’t expect it to go down well.
By William Kay | Posted on August 2nd, 2012
Airfares have shot up in recent years, largely because of increased taxes and fuel charges. We are all feeling the impact of the recession and want to save money.