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Uber launches a ‘quiet mode’ for people who hate talking to taxi drivers

Uber launches a ‘quiet mode’ for people who hate talking to taxi drivers

Since its launch in 2009, Uber has added more and more features to its app, including the ability to car share with other customers and pay extra for luxury options. Its most recent addition, however, will appeal to those who enjoy nothing more than a quiet taxi ride and dislike discussing politics and sport with […]

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Aldi is launching three new flavoured gins – this is when you can buy them

Aldi is launching three new flavoured gins – this is when you can buy them

Flavoured gins continue to increase in popularity and now Aldi is launching three news gins for lovers of the tipple – just in time for summer. Aldi’s summer gin festival This new range is part of Aldi’s summer gin festival, which starts on 26 May until the end of June. The new flavours include a […]

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A sun lounger, a water fountain and a tipi – these are some of the summer products available for your dog

A sun lounger, a water fountain and a tipi – these are some of the summer products available for your dog

The summer months are enjoyable for humans, with ample opportunity for cool drinks and relaxing in the garden. But shouldn’t our furry friends also be able to enjoy the sun? Shops and online retailers have risen to the challenge of providing perfect summer products for your pooch. A sun lounger for your dog One of […]

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This is how well the UK is predicted to do in Eurovision final

This is how well the UK is predicted to do in Eurovision final

Every year we look forward to watching Eurovision – the songs, the costumes, the choreography, the drama of how many points one country gives another. But how things will play out is always highly unpredictable. One company has crunched the numbers and this is how they think Saturday will unfold for the finale of the […]

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British people get drunk and use cocaine more often than any other nation in the world

British people get drunk and use cocaine more often than any other nation in the world

Drinkers in the UK get drunk more often than any other country in the world, a global survey has found. According to the report, which assessed 36 different countries, British people get drunk an average of 51.1 times per year – which is almost once a week. The Global Drug Survey, which assessed more than […]

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Granola cereal urgently recalled as it contains nuts not mentioned on the label

Granola cereal urgently recalled as it contains nuts not mentioned on the label

The Jordans & Ryvita Company is recalling Dorset Cereals Simply Oat Granola because it could be a health risk to anybody with a nut allergy. The breakfast cereal, which is widely available in supermarkets nationwide, contains almonds, cashew nuts and hazelnuts which are not mentioned on the label. The product recall applies to the 550g […]

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This is what happens if you don’t pay for your TV licence

This is what happens if you don’t pay for your TV licence

Thousands of people across the country do not pay for their TV licence and potentially risk a fine of up to £1,000 – but what happens if you don’t pay? A TV licence costs £154.50 and covers all live TV or BBC iPlayer, meaning if you watch anything live or want to catch up on […]

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Poll: Would you limit yourself to one flight per year to fight climate change?

Poll: Would you limit yourself to one flight per year to fight climate change?

If Brits are serious about fighting climate change, they should limit themselves to one flight per year, says the co-leader of the UK Green Party. In an interview on Sky’s Sophy Ridge on Sunday programme, Sian Berry of the Green Party said that she would welcome a tax on frequent flyers which would see ticket […]

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This is everything you need to know about the UK’s 2019 Eurovision entry

This is everything you need to know about the UK’s 2019 Eurovision entry

It’s that time of year again – the Eurovision Song Contest. Prior to getting your Eurovision viewing party underway, here is everything you need to know about the 2019 UK entry into Eurovision. What is the song? Michael Rice is the singer of the UK’s entry this year with his song Bigger Than Us. The […]

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These are your rights to a refund or compensation after the Virgin Media outage

These are your rights to a refund or compensation after the Virgin Media outage

Thousands of Virgin Media customers were left without an internet connection or unable to make calls or send texts following a major connection outage yesterday (14 May). The UK-wide issues lasted for around half the day with the outages affecting mobile data, calls and text messages, with the issue solved at around 10pm. Virgin Media […]

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