Earth Day: How to Save Money While Saving the World

Published: 20/04/2018 and written by Patrick Smith

Each year on 22nd of April, people around the world gather to celebrate Earth Day – and this year, it couldn’t be at a more pressing time. With government policies and proposals being discussed on […]

Good Friday Agreement: The 20 Year Anniversary

Good Friday Agreement
Published: 12/04/2018 and written by Patrick Smith

2018 marks a monumental year for many reasons, with plenty of celebrations and anniversaries taking place for a whole variety of events. This April marks 20 years since the Good Friday Agreement was signed in […]

Facebook Data Breach: Brits Could Get to Up to £12,500 in Damages

facebook data breach
Published: 06/04/2018 and written by Patrick Smith

Facebook has recently come under fire for failing to properly protect users from companies using their data illegally. As many as 87million people could have been affected by the data breach, and it has now […]

TV Licence Price Rise: How Much Do You Have to Pay?

TV Licence
Published: 29/03/2018 and written by Patrick Smith

The cost of a TV licence is going up from Sunday, 1st April 2018. Prices will increase from £147 a year for a colour TV to £150.50, and from £49.50 a year for a black […]

Spring Statement 2018: What Was Said and How Does It Affect You?

Spring Statement
Published: 22/03/2018 and written by Leanne Sherman

Last week saw Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, deliver his first Spring Statement. Changes in 2017 meant what was previously known as the Autumn Statement would become the Autumn Budget, and the Spring Budget […]

Bitcoin Ban: UK Banks Ban Credit Card Users from Buying Bitcoin

Bitcoin Ban
Published: 14/03/2018 and written by Natasha Krovak

Bitcoin is the currency on everyone’s lips at the moment. If you’re not involved in trading with the currency, you more than likely have an opinion on it. Whether you believe cryptocurrencies to be a […]

£10 Note Deadline: How Long Do You Have to Get Rid of Your Old Notes?

£10 note deadline
Published: 26/02/2018 and written by Robert Rosen

The deadline to get rid of your old £10 notes is fast approaching. As of Thursday, 1st March 2018, shops and restaurants across the UK will no longer be accepting the old paper notes. Seeing […]

Pensions Scheme Changes Arriving in 2018 – How Are You Affected?

pensions 2018
Published: 21/02/2018 and written by Patrick Smith

Preparing for retirement is now more important than ever with the current uncertainty around the future of the economy. While saving into a pension pot seems to be the simplest way forward (with the introduction […]

The Suffragettes: 100 Years on since the Fight for Women’s Suffrage

Published: 14/02/2018 and written by Leanne Sherman

2018 marks quite an historic year for the UK, as we celebrate 100 years since some women were given the right to vote. A lot has happened over the last century, and many women around […]

Politics 2018: The Future of the NHS and the Housing Crisis for 2018

UK Politics 2018
Published: 08/02/2018 and written by Robert Rosen

Just six weeks into 2018, and already Parliament has been filled with tumultuous debates around the NHS and housing crises, dramatic exits from the Chamber, and political marches and protests across the capital. UK based short […]