Last week, stories of ‘exploding’ glass topped tables hit the tabloids. The coverage obviously caused consternation for consumers owning or considering buying such items.
With a hung parliament in the making, Britain is cast into an unpredictable two-year negotiation period. With prominent Brexit questions being raised, it’s never been more important to consider your foreign exchange needs and how you can protect your funds from further volatility.
Instagram is the most popular Social Media platform used for sharing photographs and videos from a smartphone. With over 14 million active monthly users in the UK, and an average of 95 million photos and videos shared per day.
Facebook, founded in 2004, is the world’s largest social media platform with over a billion daily active users (February 2017). It is a free website, allowing users to create profiles, upload photos and videos, send messages and keep in touch with family and friends.
According to the HSE, last year 144 employees were killed at work and 1.3 million people suffered from a work-related illness.
Twitter is a free social networking platform, with over 500 million users and 1.3 million new sign-ups a day. The platform allows members to post ‘Tweets’; a message you post which is broadcasted to followers.