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Holiday let lending helps boost market by 33%

Holiday let mortgage helps the market size increase by 33% in one year. New research from Octane Capital, reveals that the number of active holiday lets has increased by as much as 33% in some of England’s most popular short break destinations, with the increasingly

Pandemic property boom adds £90,000 to FTB woes

Research by Stipendium, the platform that simplifies life’s complex events, has revealed that the average British first-time buyer (FTBs) is now almost £42,000 worse off when it comes to buying their first home thanks to the pandemic property market boom driving up the cost of

Majority of business leaders struggling to get staff back to the office

Three in five UK business leaders are struggling to get employees back in the office, with younger workers in particular seeking flexibility and better workspaces, new research has found. infinitSpace commissioned an independent survey of 945 full-time employees including 358 senior decision-makers within UK businesses.

Trouble for small businesses as interest hits recession-level highs

Lee Murphy, managing director at The Accountancy Partnership, explains what this means for the UK’s 5.6 million SMEs: “Interest rates have reached their highest level since December 2008 and this could spell trouble for millions of businesses that rely on credit to run their organisations.

Men’s Underwear Types: Everything You Need to Know.

There is something special about wearing new pants. That fresh feeling as you take them from your drawer, the firmness of the cloth, taught over your skin, the gentle thwack of the waistband. It sets you up for the day – whatever you are doing.

Why are the least polished Instagram accounts the most successful?

Scrolling on Instagram, we’re often presented with ‘Insta-perfect’ lives from influencers – from back-to-back holidays, to the latest designer purchases. Yet with a new report from VoxBurner revealing that over three-quarters of Gen Z scrollers would prefer to follow influencers with “like-minded values”, it is

Going (Green) for Gold: Protein nutrition for vegan athletes

By Dr Lucy Rogers, Dr Marie Korzepa and Dr Leigh Breen School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham An increase in the number of plant-based diets among athletes in elite sport prompts the question of how vegan diets can support athletes to