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Would you accept £6 per month to let Facebook use and share your data?

Would you accept £6 per month to let Facebook use and share your data?

A study across six countries has identified just how much people are willing to be paid for Facebook to use and share their contact information. German residents expected the highest amount per month, at around £6, while the USA ranked lowest, requesting only £2.70. The study came from a US based research and development centre […]

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You can get a free beer at this pub chain throughout the weekend – here’s how

You can get a free beer at this pub chain throughout the weekend – here’s how

If you are planning on a well deserved drink this weekend, you’ll be able to pick up a beer for free at a popular chain in celebration of the company’s brand new menu. The Hungry Horse brand has launched what they’re saying is the “ultimate Italian dish”, which combines a beef lasagne sandwiched between two […]

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Amazon has opened its first ever supermarket – and you don’t have to go through the checkout

Amazon has opened its first ever supermarket – and you don’t have to go through the checkout

Amazon has opened its first grocery store, where shoppers can leave without queuing at checkouts. The store, called Amazon Go Grocery, was officially opened in Seattle in the USA yesterday. The trillion dollar company promises that its new stores will revolutionise the shopping experience for customers, relying on technology to eliminate queues at checkouts – […]

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You will soon have to opt out of organ donation – here’s everything you need to know

You will soon have to opt out of organ donation – here’s everything you need to know

The majority of England’s 56 million population will automatically be enrolled as organ donors in May, unless they choose to opt out, the Health Secretary has confirmed. Max and Keira’s Law – the Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Act – will come into effect on 20 May 2020, subject to parliamentary approval. From the time the […]

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Every child is entitled to a free voucher for World Book Day – here’s how to claim them

Every child is entitled to a free voucher for World Book Day – here’s how to claim them

World Book Day is an annual celebration of literature, when people of all ages come together to share their love of books and reading. This year, the UNESCO initiative will take place on Thursday 5 March 2020 and will see children and adults across the globe taking part in different book related events and activities. […]

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Is it safe to travel to Spain? Here’s the latest advice as the coronavirus strikes

Is it safe to travel to Spain? Here’s the latest advice as the coronavirus strikes

The first confirmed case of Covid-19 – the coronavirus that has infected over 81,000 people worldwide and killed over 2,700 – has been recorded on mainland Spain. The country had previously recorded cases on the islands of La Gomera, Mallorca and Tenerife, where 1,000 people at the Costa Adeje Palace hotel have been put into […]

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Samsung leaked data of 150 UK users – are you one of them?

Samsung leaked data of 150 UK users – are you one of them?

South Korean tech giant Samsung has admitted that a technical fault exposed the data of 150 of its UK users. Samsung is one of the most popular smartphone companies in the world. But if you own a Samsung, your data may not be as secure as you thought. The company said it stopped the 150 […]

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What should I give up for Lent? From smoking to social media

What should I give up for Lent? From smoking to social media

Sadly the indulgence of Pancake Day is over, which means Lent is here and the run up to Easter has begun. Today (26 Feb) is Ash Wednesday, which is an important day in the Christian calendar, as it marks the beginning of Lent. In the religion, Lent is a period of reflection during which many […]

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Coronavirus has been confirmed in ski region of Austria – here’s the latest travel advice

Coronavirus has been confirmed in ski region of Austria – here’s the latest travel advice

Coronavirus has continued its spread across Europe, claiming two lives in France and infecting more than 300 people in Italy, where several towns are under quarantine. Cases are now confirmed in Austria, with the virus having broken out at a hotel in a popular Alpine region, and Croatia has also reported its first case. Here’s […]

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If you have one of these 10 names you’re more likely to be stingy

If you have one of these 10 names you’re more likely to be stingy

Do you have a friend who is always reluctant to get a round in? According to a new survey, their stinginess might all be down to their name. Online marketplace, OnBuy, conducted a survey of 3,000 peop,le to find out more about their spending habits and to discover which names were most common among the […]

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