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What Are the Rules of the Road for Cyclists?

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If you’d like to start a debate on social media, simply ask who has the rights to the road, cyclists or car and van drivers. This is a subject that many are passionate about for opposite reasons. For example, some cyclists believe that drivers need to take a lot more care when sharing the road with a cyclist, while some ...

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Spring is in the Air

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Spring is in the Air If we’re not mistaken we’re sure we can see the sunshine poking through fat snow clouds out of the office windows. This must mean that spring is in the air and with spring comes summer products, summer shopping and summer customer care. We have a lot of exciting news to come over the next few ...

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Steps for Setting Up Your Office for the First Time

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When your business begins to grow you realise the impracticalities of running it from home. Interruptions, lack of storage space and everyday life can get in the way. Making the decision to move to an office is probably not one you’ve taken lightly, as up until now you’ve probably compromised your comfort so it can seem like a luxury. There ...

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Money Nerd Gives Hope and Advice to PayDay Loan Borrowers

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A new online advice service has been launched that is already helping those that have succumbed to temptation and taken out a PayDay loan. Money Nerd has a wealth of advice for those looking to avoid the high interest and extortionate charges, with more loopholes promised if visitors sign up to the free newsletter. What is a Pay Day Loan? ...

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Scams to Look Out for This Summer

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We’ve all found ourselves the targets of scams, whether it’s an email that’s gone to our spam folder asking us to reveal our bank details so we can receive a few million pounds or seemingly personal mail from a Russian bride. We even receive mail that seems to be direct from our service providers and banks but when we look ...

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One in Two Parents Happy to Take Children Out of School for Holidays

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New research by an online travel agency in the UK has revealed that one in two parents with children aged between 4 and 16 plan to take them out of school during term time for a holiday, with 82% saying that they would be prepared to pay a fine. The majority stated that they didn’t think time out of school would ...

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How to Choose the Right Removal Company

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The Consumer Voice offices have moved a few times, as have our members. From hiring a man and van to spending thousands on a national removal company between us we’ve seen it all. Putting our heads together we now know how to find a removal company that will make the process easier without breaking the bank. Here are our top ...

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Comparing the Big Six Energy Companies

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This guest post has been contributed by the energy experts at City Plumbing Supplies. City Plumbing provide boilers and home energy appliances that reduce energy consumption and ensure you make the most of every watt. They have smart room thermostats available along with a range of combi boilers, radiators and more to keep your home running smoothly and comfortably for ...

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Get Your Retail Sales Booming in 2018

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November 16th Every retailer experiences drop in sales once in a while. This is inevitable and must happen one time or another regardless of what you sell. It might be due to causes beyond your control such as seasonal sales slump, adverse policies or reduction in foot traffic due to projects around your location. Whatever the reasons are, here are ...

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Which Fuel is Best for a Woodburning Stove?

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Woodburning stoves are increasingly taking pride of place in living rooms and areas across Britain. With many attractive styles available, they are an aesthetically pleasing addition besides proving to be a more environmentally friendly solution to heating the home. The image of lazy afternoons spent with the family by the fire is already appealing enough and that’s before the additional ...

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