Spider-Man 3 stars Tom Holland , Zendaya and Jacob Batalon have pranked fans regarding the title of the upcoming film. The three actors each took to their social media accounts to supposedly share the title for the new film. Series star Tom Holland shared a photo on Instagram featuring himself as Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Zendaya as his girlfriend MJ, and Jacob Batalon as his best friend Ned Leeds. He then shared a title card for the film reading 'Spider-Man: Phone Home'. Tom penned alongside the image: "So excited to announce the new Spider-Man title. Can’t wait for you lot to see what we have been up to. Love from Atlanta." Zendaya commented on his post: "What the hell." Meanwhile, Jacob posted: "Woah woah.. wait.. why is your different?!?" On Jacob's Instagram, he also shared a different image of the trio. He then shared the title as 'Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker'. The actor captioned the post: "We’re so excited to share the TITLE of our new movie!! Swipe right … [Read more...] about Spider-Man 3 stars Tom Holland and Zendaya prank fans with title of new movie
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Teenagers could be in line for an average windfall of £2,000 after it was revealed that £400 million is lying unclaimed from child trust fund (CTF) pots. Around 6.3million CTFs have been set up since their launch in 2002, according to HMRC, and the first batch of accounts started maturing last year. But new figures, reported in the Daily Mail , have revealed that £400 million of the savings have still not been claimed. Around 200,000 CTFs have not been cashed-in, worth an average of £2,000. In many cases, a teenager may not know they are entitled to the cash. Roughly 4.5million CTFs were opened by parents or guardians, but 1.8million have been set up by HMRC when parents failed to do so, which means these kids could be in line for a hidden windfall. The accounts can only be accessed once the child it was opened for reaches age 18, so some teenagers may not know there is a CTF with their name on it. What is a child trust fund? CTFs were a government initiative … [Read more...] about Millions of teens sitting on £400m in Child Trust Funds – could you get up to £2,000?
Dene Michael had it all during the 80s - but now life has taken a drastic turn downhill. The former 80s pop star rose to fame as a member of the band Black Lace, who became face for their novelty party record 'Agadoo'. Dene replaced original band member Colin Gibb in 1986, singing their iconic tune on tours and featuring in another novelty party song 'Wig Wam Bam'. At the band's peak, Michael used to go on holiday six times a year, owned multiple house and even a boat. "Through my career I’ve been top of the tree. Number 2 in the charts. I could go on holiday six times a year," he says on new ITV series Million Pound Pawn. "I bought nice houses, designer watches, a boat, a rolls royce. It was so easy to go and buy what you needed. "After that in the 90s it went down a bit. We didn’t get as much TV. A few years of that and it soon goes. You've just got to realise it doesn’t last forever." Black Lace now consists of two separate groups, including a full-time international … [Read more...] about Agadoo singer forced to pawn prized Rolex after losing fortune gets harsh reality check
KPMG has entered exclusive talks about a £400m sale of its UK restructuring business in a deal that could be spearheaded by one of the most prominent figures in the UK accountancy profession. Sky News has learnt that HIG Europe is in detailed negotiations to acquire the business, which will represent the most valuable disposal to date by one of Britain's big four auditors. Sources said that the transaction could be announced as early as next week. John Connolly, a former chairman of Deloitte, is understood to be in talks with HIG about becoming chairman of the new standalone business. KPMG's UK restructuring arm has acted as administrator to high-profile casualties of the coronavirus pandemic, including Intu Properties, the shopping centre-owner, and Arcadia Group's flagship TopShop store in London's West End. Advertisement Three of KPMG's top restructuring partners in the UK - Blair Nimmo, Will Wright and Mark Raddan - are being lined up to hold … [Read more...] about KPMG close to clinching £400m sale of restructuring arm to HIG
SHOPPERS can get up to £10 off their purchases with free Nectar card points through its app. The loyalty trick was revealed by Martin Lewis in his latest MoneySavingExpert newsletter. A Nectar card lets you earn points on shopping with brands such as Sainsbury's, Argos Esso, eBay, Café Nero and Vue but it also offers exclusive offers and discounts through its app. The points are worth different amounts depending on which retailer you collect them from and spend them. Usually, customers collect one loyalty point for every £1 at Sainsbury's, which is worth 0.5p when you redeem it in store. But the points scheme is running a "Juicy Points Boost" offer for all existing members, which sees shoppers bag up to £10 worth of free points through its app. Supermarket loyalty schemes - which has one? MOST UK supermarkets have loyalty schemes so customers can build up points and save money while they shop. Here we round up what saving programmes you'll find at the … [Read more...] about How to get up to £10 free Nectar card points for free