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Spring is in the Air


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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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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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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Comparing the Big Six Energy Companies


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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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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American Words You Need to Learn if Moving to the USA

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If you’re moving to the USA there are words you may need to learn. This handy infographic shows you all you need to know. It also highlights that’s there’s more to American terms than nappy and diaper, or faucet and tap. See if it has any terms you’ve not heard before.   If you’ve moved to the USA in the ...

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Click and Collect Mirrors Fast Food Retail

When it comes to click & collect, it appears retailers still have a way to go in providing the optimal experience. According to recent research 43 per cent of UK adults who used a click & collect service in the last 12 months experienced an issue, 26 per cent cited long waiting times due to a lack of staff and ...

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Does Camping Cost More Than a Holiday Abroad?

Be outrageous and go the whole hog: Matilda surprises Gabby Logan as she is the first to try ‘My Messy Adventure,’ a brand new interactive story featuring some of Roald Dahl’s most famous characters. The story was created by Persil, the Roald Dahl Literary Estate and Quentin Blake to encourage families to get outdoors this summer

A new study by a moneysaving website in the UK has discovered that Britons choose to holiday in the UK in a bid to save money, out of convenience and even to experience the beauty of their home country. The first camping trip can be expensive though, costing Britons – on average – £680, just £70 cheaper than the average ...

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Is Matched Betting an Easy Way to Make Money?

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There’s a new gambling craze that’s doing the rounds right now, that promises to make you a profit, regardless of what you put in. It’s called Matched Betting, and it seems to be a foolproof way to make money. What is Matched Betting? Matched Betting is when you make two bets, each against the other. For example, if you were ...

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Five Reasons the Game of Thrones Books are More Relevant Today Than Ever


As big as the Game of Thrones TV series is, the books that it’s based on – George R. R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series – are pop culture giants in their own right, according to Popmatters television critic Steven Aoun. After the first book was released in 1996, the novel’s characters and elements became visible in ...

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