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Airport security procedures after Brexit

Airport security procedures after Brexit

The government has issued guidance on how changes to aviation security would affect businesses and passengers in the case of a no deal Brexit. https://jpgreatcontent.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Brexit_Jargon_Explained-1-1.m4v The publication has reassured flyers that screening requirements for passenger flights to and from the UK will remain the same after Brexit regardless of a deal or no deal scenario. The EU has also […]

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This is what the law says about taking your child out of school during term time

This is what the law says about taking your child out of school during term time

The topic of taking family trips outside of the school holidays can be a contentious one. But, as a parent, can schools stop you from doing so – and will you really have to pay a fine? Here, Hannah Parsons, Principal Associate Solicitor at DAS Law explains everything you need to know. How can I […]

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Green Tea Kit Kats are finally coming to the UK after proving wildly popular in Japan

Green Tea Kit Kats are finally coming to the UK after proving wildly popular in Japan

Fans of unique flavoured chocolate rejoice – Green Tea Kit Kats are finally making their way to the UK. Fifteen years after they were first introduced in Japan, Nestlé has announced that it will bringing the Matcha Green Tea variety of the popular chocolate snack to Britain, though they will be in limited supply. The […]

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Whirlpool tumble dryers are ‘still catching fire’ in homes warns Which?

Whirlpool tumble dryers are ‘still catching fire’ in homes warns Which?

Reports of Whirlpool tumble dryers catching fire in homes continue to be made, despite supposedly being modified by the manufacturer, Which? has warned. The consumer group said it had received accounts from more than 30 owners who said that the dryers had caught fire, or produced smoke or a smell of burning. In once case, […]

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A man was conned out of £27,000 in fake ‘Virgin Media’ phone call

A man was conned out of £27,000 in fake ‘Virgin Media’ phone call

by Byron Melton A man from Portsmouth has been conned out of thousands of pounds by fraudsters pretending to work for phone and TV provider, Virgin Media. Hampshire police have issued advice after the victim, who wants to remain anonymous, had £27,000 stolen from his bank account by scammers who gained remote access to his […]

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Holidaying in Europe after Brexit

Holidaying in Europe after Brexit

Q: I want to book my summer holiday and was planning to drive to France with my dogs as I have in previous years. https://jpgreatcontent.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Brexit_Jargon_Explained-1-1.m4v Is there any way of knowing if this is a sensible thing to do? Can we plan that far ahead? I anticipate problems with the exchange rate for spending money […]

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Lidl Jaffa Cakes recalled over allergy fears

Lidl Jaffa Cakes recalled over allergy fears

Lidl are recalling Sondey Orange Jaffa Cakes and Sondey Jaffa Minis as they contain milk that hasn’t been labelled. Due to the mislabelling the products pose a health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents. The German supermarket have recalled all affected products and relevant allergy support organisations have been […]

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This is how to see the spectacular Super Worm Moon – and when it’s coming

This is how to see the spectacular Super Worm Moon – and when it’s coming

We have only just witnessed the Super Snow Moon light up the February skies, a month on from January’s Super Blood Wolf Moon – but if your part of the country was under cloud, don’t fret. Another dazzling bright full moon is in store on the night of 20 March, with the moon appearing larger […]

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Drivers will still have access to satellite navigation systems after Brexit

Drivers will still have access to satellite navigation systems after Brexit

Brexit could have implications for satellite and space programmes in the UK. At the moment, we are mostly reliant on GPS, a global positioning system that is run and owned by America, for things like car sat navs, location services and smartphones as well as military applications that use tracking. However, the EU is in the […]

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The Royal Mint is releasing a Stephen Hawking 50p coin – here’s how much it could be worth

The Royal Mint is releasing a Stephen Hawking 50p coin – here’s how much it could be worth

A new commemorative coin is on the way, and it’s set to feature a tribute to the late Stephen Hawking, who died in March 2018. A Royal Proclamation – as reported by ChangeChecker.org – announced the new 50p coin this week, which will honour the life of the eminent physicist, and in particular his theoretical […]

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