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Not under the doormat! 5 of the worst places to store a spare key

Where do you keep your spare key? Some places are safer than others. Leaving it out in the open could leave your home exposed to opportunistic thieves or seasoned criminals. We take a look at some of the worst places to hide your keys. Under the...

Holiday home insurance: Q&A

Owning a second home is a multi-faceted venture. It can be a getaway for you and your family when Blighty gets the better of you, providing winter sun or summer shade. For business heads, house ownership is a solid investment regardless of what you plan...

Is Notre-Dame insured and how will it be repaired?

A cultural icon of France and, perhaps surprisingly, visited by more tourists than the Eiffel Tower, the Notre-Dame cathedral is a place of spiritual wellbeing as much as it is of Catholicism. Due to the brave and quick-witted actions of firefighters, the structure has fortunately been...

3 questions to ask about your Motor Trade insurance

Whether you buy, sell, repair or valet vehicles, it’s important to have the right insurance in place in order to drive and work on other people’s cars with confidence. But with loads of options available, how do you know which cover will properly protect your garage,...

£250bn+ worth of contents are not insured, and other stats

In today’s world, we have a better understanding of the value of our possessions, the threat of risks like fires or the weather, and are more aware when it comes to protecting our properties from would-be thieves. Yet despite all this, 28% of us don’t have...

5 tips to keep your smartphone safe on holiday

Whether you’re on a working holiday, want to keep on top of your fitness, or updating your friends on social media with a diary of your trip, keeping your phone safe from hacks is just as important abroad as it is at home. Unfortunately, it’s...

Here are 5 of the rarest vinyl records on the market

Since their initial release in the late 40’s, vinyl records have been popular amongst both younger and older generations alike. Having thought to be a dying breed when compact discs – or CDs – came into the picture, they enjoyed a post-millennium resurgence and sales...

Here are the top 5 reasons your check engine light might be on

Your car’s check engine light can send a wave of panic right through to the pit of your stomach but don’t worry, there’s often an easy fix either done by yourself or a local mechanic. If you’ve done what you can and the light is...

What makes a great sports coach?

Sports coaches throw themselves into helping others achieve their full potential by providing guidance, support and expert direction along the way. We take a look at some of the key attributes that every coach needs to succeed. KnowledgeSports coaches naturally require an in-depth understanding of the...

Tradesmen – Defend yourselves against scammers

Cyber-crime is one of the biggest problems facing businesses in the present day, with hackers attempting both rudimentary and more sophisticated methods to infiltrate your systems and data. Tradesmen have to remain particularly vigilant, especially when self-employed, as one wrong click of an email or...