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Holidaymakers planning trip of a lifetime as currency sales surge

That's according to the Post Office Some holidaymakers appear to be planning the trip of a lifetime amid a surge in currency sales, according to the Post Office. The Post Office is seeing signs of “pent-up demand”, potentially reflecting people gearing up to travel abroad for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Its latest travel money holiday index showed sales growth in a range of currencies […]

todayApril 16, 2022 5


Householders warned over energy rebate scam

The warning comes as scammers are calling requesting bank details Criminals are cold-calling householders asking for bank details to receive the Government’s £150 energy rebate, councils have warned. The Government announced the rebate support earlier this year in response to soaring energy bills, with payments administered by local authorities for all households in council tax bands A to D. Councils have urged residents to be alert to the scam, stressing […]

todayApril 16, 2022 4


Cost of a UK home by the sea soars

That's according to new data from the Halifax The average price of a home by the sea has jumped by more than £22,000, with coastal property values boosted by the switch to home working during the pandemic, according to a report. Lending giant Halifax said the average value of a British seaside property rose to £287,087 last year, up 8% or £22,082 from 2020. Sandbanks in Dorset was the most […]

todayApril 16, 2022 4


Commonwealth Globe unveiled at Tower of London for Platinum Jubilee

A “Commonwealth of Nations Globe” featuring stones collected from the UK’s highest peaks has been unveiled at the Tower of London ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The blue globe, which sits inside a silver crown on a blue and gold cushion, will become a centrepiece in a beacon-lighting ceremony, a key event taking place over the long June weekend to mark the monarch’s 70-year reign. The globe was […]

todayApril 14, 2022 5


Scotland Wales and Ukraine learn rearranged World Cup play off dates

It's set to make June a very busy month of football Scotland’s World Cup play-off semi-final at home to Ukraine has been rescheduled for June 1. The match had been due to take place in March but was postponed due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. FIFA announced the new date on Thursday afternoon. The sport’s world governing body also confirmed that the winners of that match would face Wales […]

todayApril 14, 2022 4


All four shortlisted Chelsea bidders have funds in place to make purchase

Russian-Israeli billionaire Roman Abramovich put Chelsea up for sale on March the 2nd It's understood that all four shortlisted bids to buy Chelsea will be entirely funded by cash. Steve Pagliuca’s bid for the Blues will match the other three competing offers in having no debt, a source close to the Boston Celtics co-owner’s consortium confirmed. “We have been consistent throughout that this will be a credible and compelling bid,” […]

todayApril 14, 2022 6


Changing food and drink products on offer can lead to leaner greener diets

That's according to the research, published in the BMJ C hanging the food and drink on offer in shops, restaurants and bars has the potential to improve diets, reduce inequalities and protect the environment, according to a study. So-called “availability interventions” such as replacing some confectionery items with fruit or nuts, sugary drinks with no or low sugar options, alcoholic with non-alcoholic drinks and meat-based with plant-based meals can lead […]

todayApril 13, 2022 3


Tory peer quits as justice minister over Downing Street partygate breaches

A Conservative peer has quit as justice minister over breaches of Covid regulations in Downing Street. A Conservative peer has quit as justice minister over breaches of Covid regulations in Downing Street. David Wolfson said in a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson that he was quitting not only over the events themselves or the PM’s “own conduct”, but also “the official response to what took place”. Lord Wolfson said […]

todayApril 13, 2022 5


POs Pride of Kent remains detained after additional deficiencies found

A P&O Ferries vessel is to remain detained after “additional deficiencies” were found during a reinspection. A P&O Ferries vessel is to remain detained after “additional deficiencies” were found during a reinspection. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said there were issues with safety systems and crew documentation for the Pride of Kent, which has now been detained for more than a fortnight. P&O Ferries suspended most of its operations […]

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