Jun 05, 2014
7 days, 168 hours, 10,080 minutes until the World Cup 2014 Brazil kicks off and not only football fans, but anyone and everyone is excitedly standing by waiting for the games to begin. The Ixl Company investigates the ‘darker’ side the World cup.
Jun 02, 2014
‘Would you like to pay cash or card’ may soon be a phrase of the past with shoppers using cards more than ever according to a survey by the British Retail Consortium. The Ixl Company takes a look into why this change has come around
May 15, 2014
The 37 floor skyscraper in Fenchurch Street damaged shops and vehicles in the area as sunlight reflected off of the building and melted cars in 2013 as it was being constructed. The Ixl Company looks at the damage.
May 07, 2014
Those taking a new English A-level may be asked to study a UK comedian, Russell Brand, and his evidence to a group of MP’s about drug addiction and treatment, one of the ideas being put forward for A-levels. The Ixl Company investigates
Apr 29, 2014
Once again London underground’s tube strikes are causing mayhem in and around the city, but why is this happening on such a large scale after earlier strikes in the year? The Ixl Company debates the impacts
Feb 11, 2014
With news today revealing that one of the largest banks in the UK have planned to cut up to 12,000 jobs this year, more than half of those being in the UK, talks have yet again turned to unemployment in the UK. IXL debate 2014's employment plans
Oct 01, 2013
Most of the ‘nine to fivers’ in England will know how difficult it is to get a doctor’s appointment at a suitable time for our employers and schedule. The new scheme could allow for a much needed change in Surgery hours across England.
Sep 25, 2013
Gone are the days when advertising was found in a newspaper or in a shop window, a new craze is sweeping the nation. The IXl Company investigate how to use social media as an extra for your business.
Sep 23, 2013
Unemployment is high, education is expensive and the idea of a 24 year old getting themselves on the property ladder is laughable. Why is it so hard for the average 24 year old to build the basic foundations of their lives in their early 20’s?