Doing the weekly food shop can often seem to cost more than you were ever anticipating, but there are ways you can keep the costs down. We created the below guide and filled it with a range of shopping hacks which we believe shoppers need to know before they next head to their nearest Asda, Morrisons, Tesco and other supermarkets. Our tips and tricks were complied from secrets revealed by supermarket workers, hacks from moneysavingexpert.com and our own insider ways to help you save some money. If you have any of your own we'd love to hear them, just let us know in the comments below. Tesco 1. Get a Tesco Clubcard This may seem like an obvious tip but you would be surprised how many Tesco customers still do not use its loyalty cards. Members collect points each time they shop and scan their Clubcard. You can start earning points on any spends which are £1 or more and the points then build to create vouchers which can be spent in store or with Tesco reward partners. 2. Take … [Read more...] about 55 supermarket tips for Tesco, Asda, Aldi, Morrisons and more
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The most buzzy, artistic places on the planet are not the ones you might expect – Libby Banks explores what actually makes a cultural hub. By Libby Banks 16 July 2019 There is an assumption that creativity is all about individual genius. In truth, the big creative breakthroughs are also a social process, often occurring when a diverse population comes together. Historically, cities are an essential ingredient for creating great art, from Classical Athens and Renaissance Florence to post-war New York and swinging London.- More like this:- The artist recreating lost treasures- The best art in the world right now?- The vandals who ruin the art they loveAnd where the artists go, others follow. In recent decades the process of gentrification has become well established. The … [Read more...] about The five most creative cities in the world?
Welcome to suburbia. It’s more white pick-up trucks than white picket fences out here, but it’s definitely the suburbs. How do I know? Because I’ve just moved here… Yes, for the first time in my life, I’m living the suburban dream. Life up till now has been one long bright lights, biggish city whirl: decades of fairly central capital living. But there comes a point where heading out each night to dance on bars no longer holds the fascination it once did (mostly because I can’t climb that high anymore), and even the thrill of snaffling a parking space on a crowded street begins to pall. It’s something my partner and I had been thinking about for a while. We’re not café-going millennials, we don’t feel the need to Instagram the Old Town every weekend, and it’s been a good ten years since either of us attempted clubbing anything other than the odd piece of chicken. We tend to eat in or order out, we both have the luxury of … [Read more...] about Is there any truth in the suburban dream?
A teacher pretended to be suffering from a fatal cancer to pocket £19,000 in donations from kind-hearted charity donors. Keera Brayford lied to close family and friends, claiming she had three types of tumours which were growing and likely to kill her. The 25-year-old hoodwinked relatives and pals, describing how she was undergoing aggressive chemotherapy which was also making her feel sick. She made Google searches on “how to defraud an employer” as part of her complex ruse, the court heard. Charity fundraising efforts were organised to help her and one man even planned to jump out of a plane to get her more cash, according to the Liverpool Echo. After months of deceit, Brayford was finally caught and arrested by police, leaving those who knew her astonished. She was charged with fraud by representation and pleaded guilty to all the offences in front of city magistrates. Today, (May 30) Brayford avoided jail after a judge described her behaviour as … [Read more...] about Teacher faked cancer to pocket £19,000 charity donations
It was the non-story of the year and of course the Guardian have weighed in too. Do you think these snowflakes could possibly be worried that Nigel Farage and his Brexit party are becoming a threat to their Common Purpose world order? Never! The Guardian breathlessly reported that Nigel Farage "was lavishly funded by Arron Banks in the year after the Brexit referendum, Channel 4 News has alleged, with the insurance tycoon providing him with a furnished Chelsea home, a car and driver, and money to promote him in America." They fail to report of course that none of this is illegal! READ MORE: Brexit Bollo*ks Matt Frei, the reporter, who challenged Farage also fails to mention that he is probably on a six-figure salary and of course would have been paid nice amounts when he was at the BBC and no doubt picks up a good wedge for presenting his dreadful show on LBC each week. Instead … [Read more...] about Keep Smearing Farage You Muppets!