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Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

06 December 2016

Brits are turning up their noses at ‘trending’ veg people post in recipes on social media - with celery named as the most hated.


Scientists say nuts to heart disease

Scientists say nuts to heart disease

Scientists say nuts to heart disease

05 December 2016

A daily handful of any type of nuts slashes the risk of heart disease and cancer, Britain’s biggest killers.


Clothes, tech and dentures - some of the items lost at UK airports

Clothes, tech and dentures - some of the items lost at UK airports

Clothes, tech and dentures - some of the items lost at UK airports

02 December 2016

Lost clothes and glasses mingle with more unusual items in the lost property boxes at the UK’s airports.


Brits spend more time on social media than in the pub

Brits spend more time on social media than in the pub

Brits spend more time on social media than in the pub

30 November 2016

The average British person will spend more than three years of their life updating social media, a new study has found.


Breakfast cereals full of sugar

Breakfast cereals full of sugar

Breakfast cereals full of sugar

29 November 2016

A large bowl of Kellogg’s Frosties can contain NINE TEASPOONS of sugar - the same as a can of fizzy drink, a survey shows.


Thousands of dogs will be poisoned by chocolate this Christmas

Thousands of dogs will be poisoned by chocolate this Christmas

Thousands of dogs will be poisoned by chocolate this Christmas

28 November 2016

Thousands of dogs could be fatally poisoned this Christmas by gobbling down festive chocolate treats left lying around by their owners, new research has shown.


This week in 1974 - Birmingham pub bombings and Last Tango in Paris banned

This week in 1974 - Birmingham pub bombings and Last Tango in Paris banned

This week in 1974 - Birmingham pub bombings and Last Tango in Paris banned

25 November 2016

This week, 42 years ago, the Birmingham Pub Bombings took place. On November 21, 1974, bombs were planted in two Birmingham pubs – the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern in the Town. The explosions killed 21 people and injured 182 others.


Millions of Brits don’t know their home phone number

Millions of Brits don’t know their home phone number

Millions of Brits don’t know their home phone number

23 November 2016

Millions of Brits have no idea what their home telephone number is, according to new research.


Four in 10 phone calls a ‘nuisance’

Four in 10 phone calls a ‘nuisance’

Four in 10 phone calls a ‘nuisance’

21 November 2016

Almost four in 10 incoming phone calls in the UK are nuisance calls, according to new research.


UK unemployment at 11-year low, but figures conceal problem at heart of economy, say TUC

UK unemployment at 11-year low, but figures conceal problem at heart of economy, say TUC

UK unemployment at 11-year low, but figures conceal problem at heart of economy, say TUC

18 November 2016

The latest set of labour market figures published this week show UK unemployment fell by 37,000 to 1.6 million in the three months to September, hitting an 11-year-low.


5.2m UK adult hook-up website users’ details at risk following hack attack

5.2m UK adult hook-up website users’ details at risk following hack attack

5.2m UK adult hook-up website users’ details at risk following hack attack

16 November 2016

The personal details of hundreds of millions of users of adult meet-up websites have been exposed following the hacking of AdultFriendFinder and related sites.


UK road travel could be as safe as rail and air ‘within a generation’

UK road travel could be as safe as rail and air ‘within a generation’

UK road travel could be as safe as rail and air ‘within a generation’

15 November 2016

The road system in the UK could be as safe to use as rail and air travel “within a generation”.


Half of British kids will own a mobile by age eleven

Half of British kids will own a mobile by age eleven

Half of British kids will own a mobile by age eleven

14 November 2016

Half of British children will own a mobile phone by the age of ELEVEN, according to new research.


Should I tell my colleagues I’m gay?

Should I tell my colleagues I’m gay?

Should I tell my colleagues I’m gay?

11 November 2016

It’s been 13 years since Section 28 was repealed and discriminating against gay people in the workplace was outlawed in the UK.


How to survive having a nightmare boss

How to survive having a nightmare boss

How to survive having a nightmare boss

09 November 2016

Overdemanding, unprofessional, demeaning and unrealistic, if these traits sound strikingly familiar your boss sounds like a daily office nightmare.


An armchair guide to the US election

An armchair guide to the US election

An armchair guide to the US election

08 November 2016

The name-calling, bluster and lack of clear policy pronouncements in one of the most divisive US presidential elections ever is at an end.


Average Brit thinks life only 29 per cent fun

Average Brit thinks life only 29 per cent fun

Average Brit thinks life only 29 per cent fun

07 November 2016

A poll, of 2,000 adults, revealed the average Brit considers less than a third of their day to be fun, with the rest of the time taken up by work, chores and things they need to do, but don’t really want to.


Brexit vote brings slower house price growth and sales rates

Brexit vote brings slower house price growth and sales rates

Brexit vote brings slower house price growth and sales rates

04 November 2016

Two years of very low house price growth and sales are being predicted as a result of economic uncertainty in the wake of the Brexit vote.


Shocking record on prosecutions for car theft

Shocking record on prosecutions for car theft

Shocking record on prosecutions for car theft

01 November 2016

Recent research has revealed concerning figures relating to the number of car thieves, and thieves targeting items left in cars, that escape prosecution.


The nation has spoken - the correct colour for cheese and onion crisp packets is green

The nation has spoken - the correct colour for cheese and onion crisp packets is green

The nation has spoken - the correct colour for cheese and onion crisp packets is green

31 October 2016

A recent survey has settled the argument over the correct colour for a bag of cheese and onion crisps - sorry Walkers.


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