Britain’s ‘accidental savers’ have saved £170bn in year of lockdowns  

How Britain’s ‘accidental savers’ have squirreled away £170bn after a year of lockdowns By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 22:03 GMT, 1 March 2021 | Updated: 22:03 GMT, 1 March 2021 Households squirreled away another £18.5billion in January – taking the war chest built up by ‘accidental savers’ to £170billion. Workers who have … Read more

Britain’s first Amazon grocery store… where tracking sensors will charge you via an app

Revealed: Britain’s first Amazon grocery store… where you can pick up food and walk out without stopping to pay (but hidden tracking sensors will then charge you via an app) First UK Amazon Go store is understood to be unveiled in Ealing, West London   The shops have been billed as providing a glimpse into the … Read more

Britain’s first Amazon grocery store… where tracking sensors will charge you via an app

Revealed: Britain’s first Amazon grocery store… where you can pick up food and walk out without stopping to pay (but hidden tracking sensors will then charge you via an app) First UK Amazon Go store is understood to be unveiled in Ealing, West London   The shops have been billed as providing a glimpse into the … Read more

Countess of Iveagh splits from Guinness heir in what could be one of Britain’s biggest ever divorces

Countess of Iveagh, 46, splits from £900m Guinness heir after 20-years of marriage in what could be one of Britain’s biggest ever divorces Clare Hazell, 46, has filed for divorce from the Earl of Iveagh, Edward Guinness  Interior designer lives with her two teenage children at Elveden Hall in Suffolk Estate played host to Netflix’s … Read more

Countess of Iveagh splits from Guinness heir in what could be one of Britain’s biggest ever divorces

Countess of Iveagh, 46, splits from £900m Guinness heir after 20-years of marriage in what could be one of Britain’s biggest ever divorces Clare Hazell, 46, has filed for divorce from the Earl of Iveagh, Edward Guinness  Interior designer lives with her two teenage children at Elveden Hall in Suffolk Estate played host to Netflix’s … Read more

Hunt for ‘one of Britain’s worst fly-tippers’

Hunt for ‘one of Britain’s worst fly-tippers’: Serial dumper ‘used van with fake number plates to leave mounds of rubbish at four sites around South Wales in matter of weeks’ Suspect caught on camera dumping mounds of rubbish on land in South Wales  He illegally abandoned waste in Coedkernew, Newport and three sites in Cardiff Natural … Read more

Hunt for ‘one of Britain’s worst fly-tippers’

Hunt for ‘one of Britain’s worst fly-tippers’: Serial dumper ‘used van with fake number plates to leave mounds of rubbish at four sites around South Wales in matter of weeks’ Suspect caught on camera dumping mounds of rubbish on land in South Wales  He illegally abandoned waste in Coedkernew, Newport and three sites in Cardiff Natural … Read more

BBC ‘wants to create Britain’s answer to The Simpsons’ in bid to end dominance of US cartoons

BBC ‘wants to create Britain’s answer to The Simpsons’ in bid to end dominance of US cartoons and win back viewers from Disney+ and Netflix American cartoons ‘prevent British children from absorbing their own culture’ Claims were made by BBC children’s and education executive Patricia Hidalgo She is leading investment drive developing animations for children aged  7 … Read more

Isas: Rishi Sunak urged to use the Budget to fix Britain’s broken system

The Chancellor should use next week’s Budget to simplify the Isa system and scrap the trend of having one for ‘almost every day of the week’, savings industry experts have said. Figures including Andy Bell, chief executive of DIY investment platform AJ Bell, and former pensions minister Baroness Altmann, told This is Money the tax-free … Read more

Germany’s biggest newspaper praises Britain’s vaccine success

Germany’s biggest-selling newspaper has praised Britain’s vaccine success and Boris Johnson’s plans to lift the lockdown, with a front-page headline saying: ‘Dear Brits, we envy you!’.   The article in Bild said the UK’s ‘successful’ vaccine programme had allowed the PM to promise a brighter future while Germany is ‘stuck in lockdown’ and Angela Merkel’s government … Read more