UK High Street under yet more pressure as gloomy weather hits UK retail sales Shoppers are holding off summer purchases as sales fall 0.5% in May with clothing purchases declining 4.5%. According to the Office for National Statistics UK shoppers remained somewhat subdued in May, with sales dipping slightly compared with...
UK homeowner and mortgage borrowers are shocked with news that the Tesco Bank Mortgage Book is to be sold off and that the lender will be pulling out of the UK mortgage market, blaming “challenging market conditions”. The news from Tesco Bank emerged just as rival lender Nationwide Building...
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley has spoken out in frustration calling for those advising beleaguered Debenhams to be held to justice after bondholders have cleared the way for a restructuring deal which would likely see shareholders' stakes wiped out. "If there were any justice in the world the majority of...
Whilst most consumers are aware that some Amazon fake reviews are part of the course of buying online via Amazon, the sheer scale of Amazon fake reviews may shock even the most skeptical of consumers. News has emerged that c, a US company is on the receiving end of action...
Despite the millennials and smashed avocado jibe suggesting mortgages for first-time buyers were decreasing. Research from the UK's largest mortgage lender, the Halifax shows that First-time buyers now make up the majority of home purchases bought with a mortgage in the UK. The Halifax bank said the last time such a...
Followed by its counterparts in England and Wales, Victim Support Scotland admits it no longer represents people in Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority cases involving criminal injury compensation claims. The decision comes after Victim Support Scotland (VVS) was sued for £100,000 by an abuse survivor over the poor advice he received...