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Sudden sanctions – Dealing with a liability claim

If you’re dealing with a legal dispute and don’t know who to turn to, there are ways of seeking legal advice which do not cost the earth. The most common commercial disputes range from non-payment of goods or services, misrepresentation or contracted goods being of...

320,000 homeless people in the UK and rising, say Shelter

Whilst the UK government begins to implement lofty plans to eradicate homelessness completely, the reality, say Shelter, is somewhat different. The charity estimate a minimum of 320,000 people are homeless in Britain and suggest this estimate could well be conservative. The figures include those living rough...

Thrill seekers abroad – insuring your adventure break

The majority of travel policies won’t cover activities that could be considered dangerous due to the increased level of risk involved. Here’s what you should think about when planning an adventure break. 1) Check if all activities are included under your existing insurance planIf you have...

What makes a good bar? Tips from the 50 best bars in the world

People go to bars for all types of reasons. It could be astounding drinks they’re after or a world-class food menu. Perhaps it’s the music or the atmosphere, or it could be a haunt for the famous. Whatever you’re after, here are some top tips...

Electric Horizon: the coolest electric cars coming in 2019 and beyond

Electric cars are the future, there’s no doubting that. What they look like, cost and—most importantly for the motoring enthusiasts out there—drive like remains in the works. We take a look at some of the most exciting electric vehicles due to surface in 2019 and...

Moving house? Here are 10 top tips to get you started

Moving home is an exciting prospect, especially if you’ve bought the property. Yet the stress accumulated in the lead-up can often spill overboard come move-in day, making you wish you’d never bothered moving in the first place. That being said, it’s probably the moving out part...

Don’t worry, my insurance will cover it…

Whilst insurance can be a great extra layer of protection for your personal assets, pets and trips, it’s still important to ensure that you’re aware of the terms and conditions and more importantly, the exclusions of your policy. We take a look at some things that...

Behind the mask: Do superheroes need insurance?

Just because someone wears a mask and lives in a bat cave, it doesn’t mean that they’re exempt from the repercussions of damaging both public and private property. Movies show superheroes crashing through windows, obliterating skyscrapers and throwing cars through the air as if they...

Things to think about for hotels in 2019

Whether for business or for pleasure, hotels will always be needed. Yet with growing uncertainty over Brexit and the UK economy, PwC predicts marginal revenue growth, a much slower growth than of previous years. With that, you’ll need to be tactical, creative and diligent if you...

To buy or not to buy… Surfing the smartphone wave

As technology giants, Apple and Samsung continue their constant battle in the smartphone world, consumers await each annual release with much anticipation, ready to renew their current plan or, if the carrier allows, upgrade early. New phone, same features Critics suggest such systematic release programmes means that tech giants have taken...