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As it currently stands, giving customers a 14-day cooling-off period is a mandatory requirement but Vodafone has voluntarily extended the service to 30-days, meaning customers can now change their mind anytime up to 30 days should they wish to leave the contract for any reason. In a bid to improve the customer service record, the […]

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insurance-card

Many Brits will go abroad to work in Europe this year, safe in the knowledge that should they have a serious accident, their EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) provided by their employer will cover them. However, employment benefit experts are suggesting that unless you check specifically, it could be dangerous to assume that the EHIC […]

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We know the world of life insurance has many terms which are confusing. To help you better understand we have listed the terms and their corresponding explanations below. Accidental Death Benefit This covers you if you die within 90 days after an incident. This is typically offered during the period in which your life cover […]

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night-storage-heater

  According to research only 38% of people fully comprehend how night storage heaters work. The Energy Saving Trust says, “Households with electric heating could be paying through the nose by not taking advantage of cheaper night rate electricity”. The main purpose for electric storage heaters is to take advantage of cheap, off-peak electricity rates. […]

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global-energy

The Scottish government has formally had an application from Global Energy Group to create a brand new harbour at Nigg on the Cromarty Firth. The proposal has been criticised by Cromarty Firth Port Authority (CFPA). Concerns have been raised by CFPA, which operates a harbour at Invergordon, that the new harbour would have control of […]

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power-station

Energy users will be required to pay £1bn in 2018 to keep power stations open. The National Grid did a capacity auction which ended at a price of £19.40 per KW – the agreed level of subsidy. EDF is one of the major expected winners but other firms which form the “Big Six” are also […]

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