Central England Co-operative has said ‘thank you’ to customers and members after they donated over 75,000 items in support of the Christmas Food Bank Appeal – helping to create over 30,000 meals for people in need. The retailer hosted a special five-week appeal in an
Self styled city high flyer Mark Broadhead was at the centre of another scandal this week as it emerged that he was a habitual user of escort girls. Sleazy Broadhead, 60, paid women for sex as he sought thrills in the seedier streets of Prague.
Two-fifths (41 per cent) of Londoners think it’s rude to shop on Christmas Day while six in 10 (59 per cent) think it’s perfectly fine. Despite the controversy, research from TopCashback.co.uk, the UK’s most generous cashback shopping site, reveals nearly a third (31 per cent) of
The number of incidents involving disruptive passengers on aircrafts continues to rise. There was a 100% increase from 2015 to 2016, according to figures released by the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority), with 418 flights affected. Alcohol is the most common cause of in-flight disruption. At
Grunberg & Co, a firm of accountants based in London, has flipped the idea of advent on its head by giving gifts instead of receiving them. The firm, which has offices in north London and the City, has been collecting a donation for every day
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Santander £32,817,800 for failing to effectively process the accounts and investments of deceased customers. Santander did not transfer funds totalling over £183m to beneficiaries when it should have done. 40,428 customers were directly affected. Santander also failed to
Savile Row tailor, Gieves and Hawkes takes first big steps in becoming a leading player in sustainable fashion
Gieves & Hawkes is leading the way, not just along Savile Row but also as an internationally renowned SME and retailer, by pledging to do what’s right for the environment. With sustainability as one of their core values, in September 2018 they received accreditation from
Goldex raises over £1 million to create the first marketplace that consolidates the best prices in physical gold
Goldex, the first smart trading app that powers ethical pricing for retail gold investments today announced it has raised over £1 million in a pre- series A round led by a group of prominent angel and institutional investors in the financial, payment and technology sectors.
Research reveals that what we spend has now overtaken what we earn for the first time in 30 years – and we’re turning to second jobs – side hustles – to make extra cash. A lot of people use the extra income to improve their
Patron of both Kilmarnock Horse Rescue and Autism Support Crawley Anna Kennedy OBE appealed to the generosity of the public. “With Kilmarnock bursting at the seams, winter will be really tough for them,” she said. “Hay, feed ,bedding and vet bills have resulted to more