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Britain’s smallest classroom!


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23 Nov 2015

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On a tiny Scottish island of Out Skerries, Aron Anderson is the sole pupil at Skerries Community School.

 

The island of Out Skerries has a population of just 70 people and covers only two square miles, and is one of the most eastern of the Shetland Isles....

Students much more likely to lose part of their deposits


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2 Oct 2015

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Students who are renting accommodation are being warned to act now to protect their deposits by the Deposit Protection Service (DPS).

 

Research by the organisation has revealed that students are almost twice as likely as other tenants to lose part of their deposits....

Students spending four times more on alcohol than food, survey reveals


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25 Sep 2015

 

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Students in the UK are spending considerably more on booze than they do on food, according to a new survey.

 

Cash-strapped students are spending less than £20 on food per week, new data has revealed, but as much as £80 a week on alcohol and nights out.  ...

Students are being warned of scam online agents and landlords


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7 Sep 2015

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New student tenants have been warned to be vigilant and avoid becoming a victim of fake online letting agents and landlords.

 

Students complain every year about fraudsters who operate online. Typically such scams trick people into paying an advance fee to rent a property and in some instances fraudsters use fake RLA or other legitimate branding and documentation to add legitimacy to the scam....

‘Empty-nesters’ throw out up to £2,000 of their child's belongings


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8 Apr 2015

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UK parents are throwing out up to £2,000 worth of their child’s belongings when they leave home, according to a new survey.

The research also revealed that one in 12 ‘declutter’ just a week after their offspring’s departure....