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January 29th, 2013
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January 25th, 2013
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Merry christmas

December 19th, 2012

Global Consumables would like to thank all its customers and wish all a Merry Christmas

The Race for christmas number 1

December 18th, 2012

James Arthur leads tribute song in Christmas chart race

James Arthur with fans James Arthur’s debut single Impossible sold 490,000 copies last week

Having been busy in 2012 key cabinets direct is looking to be number one all the way though 2013. Merry christmas and a Happy new year

X Factor winner James Arthur is ahead of an all-star Hillsborough tribute single in the race for the UK Christmas number one, early sales figures show.

Arthur’s Impossible has sold 76,000 copies so far this week, according to the Official Charts Company.

That leads He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother by The Justice Collective, featuring Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams and Mel C, by 3,000 copies.

That song is still the bookmakers’ favourite to be the festive number one.

Official Charts Company managing director Martin Talbot said: “While James Arthur has an early lead over The Justice Collective after just two days of sales, it is exceptionally tight – especially with Christmas gift purchases likely to impact on both releases as the week progresses.

“It looks like being an extremely exciting race for this year’s official Christmas number one.”

James Arthur’s debut single sold 490,000 copies when it was released last week, making it the fastest-selling single of the year. It is raising money for children’s charity Together For Short Lives.

Sir Paul McCartney Sir Paul McCartney sings and plays guitar on the Hillsborough single

The Hillsborough song, a cover of The Hollies’ hit, also includes Gerry Marsden of Gerry and the Pacemakers, former X Factor star Rebecca Ferguson, Paloma Faith, Beverley Knight, ex-Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish and comedian John Bishop.

The single will raise funds for the continuing legal campaign after the 1989 football stadium crush in which 96 Liverpool fans died.

The Christmas number one will be announced on Sunday.

The Official Charts Company said the race could be even closer than 2009, when a fan campaign saw Rage Against the Machine’s Killing in the Name defeat X Factor winner Joe McElderry’s The Climb.

Global consumables news Kate leaves hospital looking great

December 6th, 2012

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave the King Edward VII hospital in London


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave the King Edward VII hospital in London

The Duchess of Cambridge has left hospital saying she is feeling “much better” after three days of treatment for a severe form of morning sickness.

Kate emerged from the central London private hospital that has been providing expert care looking relaxed and with William by her side.

The Duchess was admitted on Monday after developing a condition known as hyperemesis gravidarum, which leaves expectant mothers so ill they cannot keep food or liquids down.

But she looked well and smiled as she posed with the Duke on the steps of the King Edward VII hospital for the world’s media.

When a member of the press asked how she was feeling, the Duchess, wrapped up against the cold in a coat and scarf and carrying a bouquet of yellow flowers, replied: “Much better.”

The Prince of Wales said he is “thrilled” that the Duchess is pregnant, adding: “It’s a very nice thought to become a grandfather in my old age.”

Kate, who is less than 12 weeks pregnant, will now have a period of rest at her home at Kensington Palace, said St James’s Palace.

The Duchess’s attendance at two royal engagements this weekend – a Centrepoint Royal Albert Hall fundraiser and the British Military Tournament – has already been cancelled.

It is likely her public diary will be tailored to how she is coping with the illness that causes prolonged bouts of vomiting triggered by smells and even movement.

Her discharge comes the day after it emerged two Australian radio DJs impersonated the Queen and the Prince of Wales to dupe hospital staff into giving a condition update on the Duchess on Tuesday. The 2Day FM presenters, Mel Greig and Michael Christian, apologised for their actions, as did their radio station.

Be safe this WInter

December 4th, 2012

Hi guys remember its Christmas and this means 3 things presents, beers, and the bloke that jumps at any chance of robbing you and your family. Yes the dark winter night are here and so are the thieves. So what are you doing to stop your home or car being robbed. (Nothing) or something. Research shows that 40 % more crimes are committed in the winter to that of the summer. Here are some safety tips that should help in the prevention of crime against yourself.

1) Get yourself a descent Home safe to lock away all your most precious valuables. ( plus make sure you bolt it down to the floor or wall)

2) make sure if your going away, you leave a light on timer and tell know one that your away, the chase that you know the person who robs you is very unlikely but it happens.

3) Check all the doors and windows before you leave, you might not of but someone else might have left a window or door open, ( easy entry)

4) Try to walk in the light using street lighting to guide your path home or to the shops.

5) Get security lighting fitted around your property, this will act as a deterrent and will help you in the winter as the days are very short

Emergency key box

December 4th, 2012

emergency key box

Kate Middleton’s and Princess William celebrate

December 4th, 2012


Tax avoidance

December 3rd, 2012

Starbucks told MPs it had made a loss for 14 of the 15 years it has operated in the UK


Starbucks told MPs it had made a loss for 14 of the 15 years it has operated in the UK

Starbucks, Google and Amazon have been accused of “immorally” minimising their UK tax bills in a damning report by a spending watchdog.

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) criticised the companies for the “unconvincing and, in some cases, evasive” evidence they gave on why their corporation tax payments are so low.

MPs warned there are many multinationals exploiting tax laws to move offshore profits that are clearly generated in the UK and called on the Government to “get a grip”.

It accused HM Revenue and Customs of looking “way too lenient” over the way it deals with big name firms who are “getting away with” paying little or no corporation tax. The PAC criticised HMRC for undermining the system because it was “selective” in its prosecutions and warned smaller companies could feel victimised.

Committee chairwoman Margaret Hodge said: “Global companies with huge operations in the UK generating significant amounts of income are getting away with paying little or no corporation tax here. This is outrageous and an insult to British businesses and individuals who pay their fair share. Corporation tax revenues have fallen at a time when securing proper income from taxes is more vital than ever.

“There is little credible information about what is going on. The evidence we took from large corporations was unconvincing and, in some cases, evasive. HMRC also lacked clarity when trying to explain its approach to enforcing the corporation tax regime. The inescapable conclusion is that multinationals are using structures and exploiting current tax legislation to move offshore profits that are clearly generated from economic activity in the UK.”

Starbucks told MPs it had made a loss for 14 of the 15 years it has operated in the UK, making just a small profit in 2006. In its report the committee said it found that claim “difficult to believe” and said it was “inconsistent” with claims the company was making about its success to shareholders.

MPs rounded on Amazon’s representative, saying they were left frustrated because he was “evasive and unprepared to answer legitimate questions”. While the company had a UK operation involving 15,000 staff it pays little corporation tax in the UK. It said the company’s UK website reported a turnover of