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Research reveals potentially life-changing legacy from London Olympics

The feel-good factor around the 2012 Olympics has helped millions of Brits take a step towards a healthier lifestyle, according to new research from comparison site The study of over 2,000 adults reveals that, a year on from the London games, 23% of Brits believe their lifestyle has changed for the better – with […]

Shop around to find the perfect partner in gender-free world is urging drivers with car insurance renewals coming up to shop around to find the best quote following the EU gender shake-up. Following the release of the latest AA Insurance Premium Index,’s head of motor, Scott Kelly, said: “Insurers have delivered the biggest shake-up in car premiums for years. The EU gender ruling […]

The laptop beats the family photo album in a poll of Brits’ most precious possessions

New research has found that a quarter of Brits would save their computer from a house fire before any other possessions, including the family photo album. The survey also found that 1 in 10 (10%) of Brits risk starting a house fire by smoking in bed. The new survey, commissioned by comparison site, asked […] wins High Growth Business of the Year award last night scooped the High Growth Business of the Year award at a ceremony in London to celebrate the best businesses in the private sector. The Private Business Awards 2011 were held at the Savoy and sponsored by PriceWaterhouseCoopers in association with HSBC Private Bank. Over 300 nominations were received for the awards and […]

Over half of Brits feel taken for a ride by theme parks

For many families the school summer holidays wouldn’t be complete without a trip to a theme park. However, new research from has found that with a family day out to a top UK attraction costing up to £105.60* in admission tickets alone more than half of Brits (54%) feel theme parks have become a […]

36 per cent of UK consumers believe companies are using ‘inflation’ as an excuse to increase their profits

            New research commissioned by shows that a ‘trust gap’ is developing between companies and cash strapped UK consumers. Key findings of the research include: 36% of Brits think companies use ‘inflation’ as an excuse to push up prices 50% think the Government should do more to control fuel […]

A third of Brits delaying home maintenance projects

New research reveals that cash-strapped homeowners are putting off home maintenance projects to save money. Nearly a third (32 per cent) of respondents said that they are delaying home maintenance and decorating jobs to save cash, while 22 per cent were putting off fitting a new kitchen and 17 per cent a new bathroom suite. […]