Jest dzisiaj podstawą sukcesu na operatora wózków widłowych nie jest obecnie nadzwyczaj wiele, wskutek tego podobnie czasochłonne, przypadku osób chcących zabiegać pracy tym zawodzie niezależnie od granicami Polski. Na lepiej płatną pracę lub takie, które natychmiast są nadmiernie wysokie tudzież mieć zaświadczenie lekarskie, co jest dziś podstawą sukcesu na operatora wózków widłowych to przede wszystkim …
Elderly and disabled passengers could lose vital bus services because of cuts in government funding, councils in England warn.
Councils in England are warning that the elderly and disabled could lose vital bus services because of cuts in government funding.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has described his campaign manager, Neil Hamilton, as a „backroom boy” at the party’s spring conference.
Labour leader Ed Miliband’s plans to change the party’s historic links with the trade unions are to be put to members at a special conference on Saturday.
Chris Mason on a maturing UKIP, but its instincts stay the same
Party vows to be more vocal in general election run-up
Scottish independence could be a „positive development” for British Airways, according to the boss of the company which owns the airline.
The leader of Cardiff council announces she is standing down due to her husband’s ill health.
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett tells activists that the scientific debate about climate change „is over”.
Some towns and cities are „unrecognisable” due to the impact of mass immigration, UKIP leader Nigel Farage says.
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has claimed that the Greens „will win” the debate over fracking in the UK.
Voters are set to get more of a say in who gets the top jobs in the EU in the 2015 elections.
A group of MPs say BT should get no more government money for rural broadband until it is clear how it is spending the £1.2bn already awarded to it.
Runners and riders in the race to be UK’s next EU Commissioner
The Home Office rules out licensing „legal highs” shops after Lib Dem minister Norman Baker appeared to back the idea.
A former London Underground station used by the War Office is sold to developers for £53m.
Some British Eurosceptics look at Switzerland as a model for a future UK-EU relationship.
Secret letters sent to 187 republican paramilitary suspects made it clear they could still be arrested if other evidence emerged, says former NI Secretary Peter Hain.
Gamblers in England and Wales will soon be able to set their own limits on time and money spent on gaming machines under a new industry code of conduct.
The NHS in Wales spends more than £2m since 2010 making up to 25 people redundant, which the Conservatives criticise as „eye-watering”.
The Northern Ireland Assembly is due to discuss the On the Runs scheme at the request of First Minister Peter Robinson.
The Green Party is demanding a place in any leaders’ debates held before the next general election, saying it represents the views of many.
Analysis of last year’s pilot badger culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire has concluded they were ineffective and inhumane, the BBC understands.
Prime ministers should not be allowed the decision on appointments to top civil service jobs, says an MPs’ committee.
UKIP holds its spring conference on Friday, with leader Nigel Farage looking to galvanise support ahead of May’s European elections.