Despite the chaos and excitement of the festive period, almost a third (32%) of the British public have remembered vulnerable people in need by generously donating food to those in need across the country, according to a new survey published today.
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• One in twenty (4.2%) will spend Christmas Day shopping online
• One in three (35.1%) Brits will not eat turkey for their Christmas meal
• Almost a fifth (15%) do not intend to send any Christmas cards
• One in ten (10.3%) Londoners will not buy presents
… and we’re officially the most organised in Europe, too
A global study by online marketplace eBay has revealed we buy more Christmas gifts for more people than any other nation in Europe surveyed.
You’ve nailed the recipes, sorted the entertainment and invited the guests, but when throwing a dinner party many people don’t feel confident choosing a wine to perfectly complement that signature dish. Luckily our handy guide will help you
The invention of the contraceptive pill for women is considered one of the most important developments in medicine of the 20th century.
• 150 million customers over 20 years
• Year-on-year growth drives expansion to new routes
• One year to go until the e320 goes into commercial service
• Cost: The cheapest Heathrow proposal
• Noise: No significant new communities in noise footprint, early morning landings could move 2 miles west; potential curtailing of night quota flights and provision of respite periods
Gaming is booming and mobile gaming is booming – and they’re both set to boom a whole lot further yet.
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UK’s top tourist attractions need to work harder on accessibility or risk losing out on vital income, warns disability charity Vitalise
• 50.4% of consumers won’t open their door to trick or treaters, with only 4.2% telling them to go away
• Brits are spending more this Halloween than 2013 with projected spending up 5.25% to £443m
• Halloween overshadows Bonfire Night, over half (52.9%) think that Bonfire Night is not as exciting as it once was
Laser eye surgery is now a very popular procedure in the UK with well in excess of 100,000 patients receiving treatment each year.
The UK’s various regional airports have allowed many people to experience foreign holidays without having to travel to London to catch a flight. As with many businesses today though, the UK’s regional airports are experiencing mixed fortunes in terms of passenger numbers and profits.