Did you manage to pick up the papers on the weekend? If not, don’t fear as we’ve rounded up the best stories from the national newspapers this weekend.
Burger mad Britain
We’ve all heard about the revival of the burger as the fast-food for the foodies and now the States are cashing in on the UK’s £2.8bn posh-beef-in-a-bun market. US chains Five Guys and Shake Shack will opens their doors to the London massive next month – we’ll be there with bells on!
One click away from true love
More and more couples are meeting online and marrying reports The Independent. Today partnerships made on the internet are not only generic for diflucan 150 mg becoming common, but are fast becoming the standard way to meet a future spouse. It’s believed 16 million Brits are using dating sites to find a partner.
Thousands of posters and billboards sites are to be given over to the best of British art for two weeks in the summer, so instead of the usual car or icecream adverts we might see a stunning Constable, Hockney or Hepworth.
Cats and dogs can now keep in touch with their tech-savvy chums via YummyPets, a French website with 150,000 users that’s just launched in the UK.