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Motorists to Receive an Extension on Their MOT

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The coronavirus outbreak has changed the way we live our daily lives for the foreseeable future, with more and more people being affected every day; physically, emotionally and financially. Thankfully, measures have been put in place to help the British public, such as mortgage payment holidays, financial schemes to help workers and social distancing has…

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Changes to UK’s Online Gambling Regulations

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The latest gambling statistics show that there are approximately 24 million people taking part in gambling in the UK, with 10.5 million of those people doing so online, according to the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC). Whether betting in the sports industry or online casino sector, gambling has become a very popular way of making a…

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Can I Get Financial Help If I Am Affected By Coronavirus?

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As the coronavirus continues to spread across the UK, more and more people are self-isolating due to existing symptoms or are awaiting news from their employers regarding taking unpaid leave or living off statutory sick pay (SSP) while they remain in isolation. Understandably, this is leaving a lot of the public in a state of…

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The UK Opens Drive-Throughs to Test for Coronavirus

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The latest coronavirus update (as of Wednesday, 11th March) is that various cities across the UK have begun operating coronavirus drive-through testing stations as part of the government’s plans to ‘ramp up’ facilities and enable more than 10,000 tests to be done each day. The most recent place to set up a COVID-19 drive-through was…

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Pink Tax: Studies Show the True Cost of Being a Woman

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Being a woman is expensive. It has long been known that those who identify as women are, through no fault of their own, subject to a higher cost of living than men. With consideration of the gender pay gap, the necessary time off work to give birth and a longer life expectancy, this clearly should…

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