1 min Read 06 May 2010
Tottenham Hotspur took a giant step towards joining Europe's footballing elite last night by qualifying for the Champions League play-offs. While few could argue that it wasn't deserved much of the discussion centres around how much money they could potentially earn from European football's showcase competition. So how much could...
House Prices, News, Investing, Tips, Owning A Home
1 min read 05 May 2010
With the nation deciding tomorrow on who they want to run the country there has been endless speculation on what affect the outcome will have on the economy and our...
1 min read 30 Apr 2010
""What did I say to be bigoted there? What was bigoted in that what I said? I just asked about national debt?" Pensioner Gillian (where are all these Eastern Europeans flocking from?) Duffy's shocked response to Gordon Brown's now infamous remark. I'm not sure Gillian ever got an answer to...
1 min Read 29 Apr 2010
Following last Friday's Headline of the Day: The UK economic recovery loses momentum official figures show - there is a danger we can get a bit bogged down in the moment. Occasionally it's good to take a step back and look at the big picture. For example, how bad has this...
1 min Read 28 Apr 2010
Speculation about a post-election rise in value added tax (VAT) has been fuelled by a new report showing Britain has the fourth-lowest rate in the European Union.
Motoring, News, Quick Savings
3 min Read 27 Apr 2010
Fuel duty is a thorn in the side of all motorists as well as a political hot potato. Fuel prices are at record levels and with an Election around the corner motorists’ votes will likely be swayed by party policy on fuel duty. So which party has historically taxed petrol the...
1 min Read 26 Apr 2010
Around 120,000 customers hit by the collapse of the Christmas hamper firm Farepak have been offered an estimated 15p for every pound they lost. The amount is three times what they were expecting to receive, but at a total of around £4m ($6.2m) it is well below the £38m they...
1 min Read 23 Apr 2010
The UK economy continued to recover from recession in the first three months of the year, according to official estimates. GDP grew by 0.2% between January and March, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said. That was weaker than the 0.4% growth predicted by many economists, but the figure may...
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