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Lazy? Your children are putting in a 46-hour week – more hours than some parents


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20 Jan 2017

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Many children are working longer hours than their parents, with some active for over 46 hours a week, according to a new survey. 

 

Parents are creating ambitious timetables for their offspring, with extra-curricular activities in addition to school commitments, according to the research by Center Parcs....

One in six UK adults ‘suffer with financial worries,’ new study reveals


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18 Mar 2016

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8.2 million UK adults are suffering with financial worries - that’s around one in six of the population - according to The Money Advice Service (MAS).

 

Younger adults, larger families and single parents are particularly at risk, says the government-backed body....

Don’t go YOLO with the spending!


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4 Dec 2015

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Brits have been warned about the risks of making too many YOLO purchases. 

 

A recent study conducted by the Money Advice Service has highlighted the amount of money people are spending on impulse purchases and noted that a worryingly high percentage of these so-called YOLO (you only live once) purchases are being made with credit....

Where in the UK are you most likely to walk to work?


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1 Sep 2015

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One in three workers in the South East travel to work by train, whilst a similar number in Manchester travel by bus, while Cambridge has most cycling commuters, new research has revealed.

 

The study of postcodes by the Royal Mail suggested that residents in the Scottish border town Cockburnspath have the furthest commute at an average of 24 miles each way a day, while the shortest are in Kirkwall and Aberdeen at 3.9 miles....

Name of Thrones: Parents turning to TV shows for new baby names


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21 Aug 2015

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244 babies were named Ayra in England and Wales last year after Ayra Stark in the fantasy drama Game of Thrones, recent figures reveal. 

A further 53 babies were named Khaleesi after the wife of a warlord, with warrior Brienne of Tarth also giving name to four tots....