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This is why Japan’s bad weather will impact the UK this week

This is why Japan’s bad weather will impact the UK this week

The weather in the UK is set to be unsettled this week, with heavy rain and strong winds in some areas. Perhaps surprisingly, Japan’s current weather system could influence the UK’s weather conditions and bring some heavy rains and strong winds to the country. Typhoon Hagibis In a recent tweet, the Met Office explained that […]

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Iceland is offering 20% discount for all emergency service workers – here’s how to claim it

Iceland is offering 20% discount for all emergency service workers – here’s how to claim it

Iceland is rolling out an exclusive discount to all of the nation’s emergency service workers as a way of saying a big ‘thank you’ for the commendable work they do. The promotion is being exclusively offered to all those working for the police, fire service, ambulance service, prison service, NHS, HM Coastguard, Mountain Rescue, RNLI […]

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You can claim a completely free post-work pint – here’s how

You can claim a completely free post-work pint – here’s how

Everyone loves a freebie – especially if that freebie means a completely complimentary after-work pint. British pub company, Stonegate, is currently offering all customers a free drink at their local pub – and this is how to claim it. How to claim? To claim the free drink, all you need to do is download the […]

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Your home could be worth £14,000 less if you live near a poorly performing school – here’s why

Your home could be worth £14,000 less if you live near a poorly performing school – here’s why

Buying a home near a school comes with its benefits, and the close proximity can help families secure a place for their youngsters. But living within the catchment area of a poorly performing school could actually be detrimental when it comes to selling your home – knocking as much as £14,000 off its value. Falling […]

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P&O Cruises are opening a gin distillery at sea – here’s when you can book

P&O Cruises are opening a gin distillery at sea – here’s when you can book

In a world first, P&O Cruises are opening their own gin distillery at sea. The travel company announced that their newest fleet member, Iona, will produce a unique recipe of gin in a purpose-built still onboard. Guests on Iona will be able to enjoy the new flavour, which is being developed by Salcombe Gin and […]

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You can get a free pint of Guinness this weekend – here’s how

You can get a free pint of Guinness this weekend – here’s how

Rugby fans who are missing out on their sporting fix can lift their spirits with a free pint of Guinness this weekend (12-13 Oct). The freebie is being offered via the MatchPint app – but you’ll have to be quick, as only 15,000 free pints are up for grabs. Free pints The offer is available […]

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Velux is warning customers over window breakage fears – how to know if you’re affected

Velux is warning customers over window breakage fears – how to know if you’re affected

Window manufacturer, Velux, has issued a warning over some of its roof windows over fears that the glass could shatter and cause injury. The windows causing concern could have been installed in homes as long ago as 1997, however the company is now asking customers to contact them immediately if they own any of the […]

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You can now get a solid gold debit card – but it costs more than £18,000

You can now get a solid gold debit card – but it costs more than £18,000

The Royal Mint has produced its first ever bespoke payment card which is made from pure solid gold. The 18-carat hallmarked debit cards will be personalised for account holders “who value high-quality luxury items that make a statement”. Personalised designs Customers with a taste for luxury wanting to get their hands on a shiny gold […]

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Here’s everything you need to know about using your European Health card after Brexit

Here’s everything you need to know about using your European Health card after Brexit

An EHIC card (European Health Insurance Card) can provide you with help with medical costs if you get ill or injured in an EU country, but there are certain changes which could come into place when Britain leaves the EU. What is an EHIC card? Ehic.co.uk explains that “the EHIC card renewal is designed to […]

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This is the latest travel advice for visiting Turkey following the announcement of military action in Syria

This is the latest travel advice for visiting Turkey following the announcement of military action in Syria

Travel advice for Turkey has been updated by the government following the country’s announcement that it would be sending its military into north-eastern Syria. The Foreign Office now advises against all kinds of travel within a 10km border of Syria, with the exception of the city of Kilis. All but essential travel is advised against […]

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