Thursday, July 19, 2018

UK News

Watch out for fake Argos texts offering refunds

Fake text messages posing as Argos are being sent out and claim that you are owed a refund from the company.

There is a link in the message which then leads to phishing websites which will steal your personal information and payment details.

The messages are...

Brits stop divorcing to watch World Cup

The World Cup is bad for divorce according to divorce experts in the UK.

England reaching the quarter finals of the FIFA World Cup has caused divorce enquiries to drop significantly, according to online divorce experts at the online divorce firm Divorce-Online.Co.UK.

The company, that deals...

Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Lidl and Iceland follow Aldi in recalling potential deadly frozen veg

After an earlier recall by Aldi, major supermarkets joined in issuing a recall on over fourty products after a deadly bacteria outbreak which has claimed the lives of nine people.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has warned that frozen sweetcorn is the likely source of...

Aldi recall frozen vegetables after deadly listeria outbreak

Aldi have issued a product recall on a number of frozen vegetable products because of a bacteria outbreak that has claimed the lives of nine people.

In a statement on its Facebook page , Aldi said: "In line with other retailers we have recalled these products as...

The 17 procedures deemed ‘unnecessary’ that could soon be cut from the NHS

NHS England are planning to make savings estimated to be around £200 million by tightening criteria for treatments where 'the risks... outweigh the benefits'.

Breast reductions, operations to stop people snoring, haemorrhoids and varicose veins procedures will only take place where there is good reason to...

Homeless people to get free music lessons so they can busk to earn money

Homeless people in the UK are set to get free music and dance lessons so they can busk for cash.

Online business is offering people the chance to nominate homeless people to learn a new skill, so they can make money. When Bark has...

Met Office issues its first thunderstorm warning for today

The Met Office has issued its first ever thunderstorm warning as torrential rain, hail and lightning are predicted across parts of the south today.

The yellow 'be aware' warning is for South West England and South Wales and will be in effect from 6am-10pm today.