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Setting sail for Ivor Cutler’s Y’Hup, with Citizen Bravo

Setting sail for Ivor Cutler’s Y’Hup, with Citizen Bravo

In a wintry January what better time to get away from it all, to the lush paradise isle of Y’Hup – even if it is an imaginary place conjured up by music. That’s what a celebration of the work of Glasgow-born surrealist Ivor Cutler does for anyone wearied from the Scottish glaur and gloom. The […]

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Here’s how to watch WWE Royal Rumble 2020 – and when it’s on

Here’s how to watch WWE Royal Rumble 2020 – and when it’s on

This weekend marks an exciting one for WWE fans, as the annual Royal Rumble event takes place. Starting us off on the “Road to WrestleMania”, the Rumble is seen as the first step on the path towards the biggest wrestling show of the year, which usually takes place in early April. This year’s Rumble takes place on Sunday 26th […]

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Here’s everything you need to know about the new ‘Dolly Parton Challenge’

Here’s everything you need to know about the new ‘Dolly Parton Challenge’

Each week there’s a new viral trend or challenge that’s making its way across the internet. The most recent challenge that’s got everyone talking is the the LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Tinder meme that was kicked off by the one and only Dolly Parton. How did it start? The challenge started when country singer Dolly Parton […]

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Coronavirus in the UK: after PHE warns cases are ‘highly likely’, here’s the latest news on the China virus outbreak

Coronavirus in the UK: after PHE warns cases are ‘highly likely’, here’s the latest news on the China virus outbreak

A Public Health England (PHE) boss has warned that cases of the new strain of coronavirus are “highly likely” in the UK. The virus originated in China, where 26 people have already died, and globally there are more than 800 cases confirmed. With Chinese New Year celebrations taking place on 25 January, Chinese nationals will […]

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Current pound-euro exchange rate before Brexit – and if you should get your holiday money now

Current pound-euro exchange rate before Brexit – and if you should get your holiday money now

If you’re heading abroad to Europe after Brexit, is it best to buy your Euros now or after 31 January 2020? Here’s everything you need to know as the Brexit deadline looms. Fluctuating exchange rate The pound to euro exchange rate has fluctuated over the past few days, soaring to a year-to-date high on Wednesday […]

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Tinder is introducing ‘anti-catfishing’ tech – and a panic button for when your dates go wrong

Tinder is introducing ‘anti-catfishing’ tech – and a panic button for when your dates go wrong

While dating apps are a useful way to meet people online, they can also come with hidden dangers – like when the person you’re talking to isn’t really the person in their pictures. Dating app Tinder has announced that it is upping its safety features to include the likes of anti-catfishing technology – and a […]

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Handmade Burger Co has gone into administration – this is what it means for staff

Handmade Burger Co has gone into administration – this is what it means for staff

For the second time in three years, burger chain Handmade Burger Co has gone into administration. This is everything you need to know about the closures, including what to do if you’re an employee. Immediate closures Restaurant chain Handmade Burger Co has yet again fallen into administration, which has led to the closure of all […]

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Marks and Spencer’s £20 Valentine’s Day meal deal is back – here are all 30 options

Marks and Spencer’s £20 Valentine’s Day meal deal is back – here are all 30 options

The popular Marks & Spencer Valentine’s Day meal deal is back for 2020, with plenty of options to choose from and new dishes on the menu. Each year, the retailer launches a new Valentine’s Day menu, which is a popular hit with many, offering a starter, main, side, dessert, box of chocolates and a bottle […]

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This is why you won’t be able to buy multipacks of beans or soup at Tesco anymore

This is why you won’t be able to buy multipacks of beans or soup at Tesco anymore

Tesco is making an extra bid to cut down on plastic waste, by pledging to no longer sell cans of beans and soups in multipacks. The supermarket chain has announced that they plan to get rid of multipacks that are shrink-wrapped in plastic packaging, including both own-brand and branded tinned goods. This is a further […]

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These are the crucial tax deadlines you should know about

These are the crucial tax deadlines you should know about

Here are the most important dates you need to remember to avoid missing your self assessment tax returns deadlines. 31 January 2020 Midnight on this day is the deadline for getting all your online tax returns to HMRC for the 2018-2019 tax year. This is also the date when you will need to have paid […]

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