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2018 May

Electric cars: Next move for Tesla after another quarter of losses?

May 27th, 2018|Categories: Insurance, Motoring|Tags: |

The last few years have seen a remarkable cornerstone for motoring, with electric cars moving from the science fiction to reality. It began with the introduction of the hybrid vehicle, alternating between electric and traditional fuel methods, and we have watched concepts develop to the point that we now see all-electric cars on the road. [...]

Plans for UK’s tallest wind-farm, the next step or a bad compromise?

May 24th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: |

Sometimes, even things that on the surface seem beneficial, can actually be more of a con than a pro. Residents of the Isle of Lewis believe that this is the case, as EDF are planning to build two ‘major’ wind-farms on the remote island. Although those doing the planning are urging that the new farms [...]

Brexit on travel: What’s the status so far?

May 23rd, 2018|Categories: Travel|Tags: |

Almost everybody in the country must have had the worry at some point. Brexit comes along, and as a result everybody says goodbye to the discount aviation you have grown accustomed to. It’s a rational fear, Brits roaming freely across Europe will be soon coming to an end, and therefore travel will become more taxing. [...]

Can’t get a taxi? They’ve just lost their insurance!

May 22nd, 2018|Categories: Insurance|Tags: |

You know it’s difficult enough as it is to get a cab. It’s unlikely that there is anybody who hasn’t felt the burning rage, trying to flag a taxi or Uber or private-hire at daft o’clock with no luck. Well, unfortunately, things have been a little more difficult recently, with Danish insurance company going bust [...]

Cheaper car insurance for the first time since 2014

May 4th, 2018|Categories: Insurance|Tags: |

As most are now aware, insurance payouts for motor accident claims are being clamped down somewhat. Gone are the days that whiplash can be claimed at any given minor collision, as this has been one of the major topics for reform. Some have argued against this, feeling that it is difficult enough already to receive [...]

Caravan owners denied insurance discounts for towing courses

May 2nd, 2018|Categories: Insurance|Tags: |

Caravanning is still seen as an iconically British pastime. As with any hobby or interest, there are always those who push things to the extreme, focussing their entire life around said interest. But for the most part, the UK is full of optimistic domestic holiday-makers! Your caravan is either sat on a campsite awaiting your [...]

Majority of customers only keep landlines for broadband

May 1st, 2018|Categories: Broadband|Tags: |

Majority of customers only keep landlines for broadband It does seem a little outdated in 2018. For the vast majority of people wishing to make a call, landlines getting ever closer to the bottom of the list of ways you would do this. For many, the number of ways to make a call have exponentially [...]

2018 April

Does sourcing renewables mean lower energy bills?

April 30th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: |

Do companies sourcing renewables mean lower energy bills for customers? The last 12 months have seen a drop of 3% in UK greenhouse emissions, with renewables like wind power and solar becoming more commonplace in how the UK’s energy is sourced. However, the question on the lips of many consumers is whether increasing renewable energy [...]

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