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Marks & Spencer store closures list as chain set to axe 100 branches

M&S has announced the next tranche of UK stores set to close as it reshuffles to take at least a third of sales online. The British brand, which is currently mid-way a transformation project has confirmed plans to close over 100 stores in total by 2022, including 18 that have already closed, three that have …

When is Father’s Day 2018? UK and worldwide dates and why we celebrate it and how it all began

It’s not long until Father’s Day – it falls on Sunday, June 17. The average dad in Britain spends four hours a week as a taxi driver, 27 days a year on DIY duties and if you put a price on the number of spiders he’s cleared for you – it’d be £10,000. With Father’s …

New rules to stop spam emails (and freebies) coming into your inbox – and why you have to act by May to keep seeing deals

How many mailing lists have you subscribed to? The chances are your email address will be on at least one or two – often the result of forgetting to untick that box when making a purchase, or a sacrifice you’ve made at some point for a freebie. However, on 25 May, data protection rules are …

£3.3 billion contactless transactions made a month in the UK – here’s how safe they really are

For some of us, we tap and pay without a second thought – but for others, contactless holds its reservations – can you actually trust it, what happens I end up paying twice? Is that even possible? In theory, experts claim touch and go technology is one of the safest payment methods in circulation. It …

New minimum wage rates, 3% pension rise and relief for graduates: 10 big changes that could make you richer – or far poorer from Easter Sunday

The end of the tax year is nearing, when a flood of new changes, as announced by the Chancellor last November, will kick in. Among those set to be affected from 1 April will be homeowners, motorists, workers on the minimum wage and all UK employees over the age of 24 – regardless of your …

The Facebook scams that put 1.5 billion users at risk – and how to spot them

There are more than 1.5 billion Facebook users – millions of whom are browsing, sharing and engaging with people online every single day. But the social media website has been making headlines lately, not just over its controversial privacy settings , but over fake news and scam products being pushed across people’s feeds – many …

Is the minimum wage going up in 2018? National UK living wage to rise for millions of workers on 1 April – here’s how much

Last year, the Chancellor confirmed plans to increase the National Living Wage to £7.83 an hour on 1 April 2018. This is the rate paid to over-25-year-old workers – it currently stands at £7.50. Philip Hammond, who made the announcement during his Budget 2017 speech, said workers will benefit from an increase of 4.7% on …

Confirmed: Childcare vouchers closure delayed for six months in win for millions of families

The Government has agreed to delay the closure of Childcare Vouchers for at least six months, in a win for millions of working parents. It comes just weeks before the employer-backed voucher scheme, used by up to 450,000 parents, was due to be closed to new entrants, in favour of the Government’s tax-free childcare system. …