If you are making a list and checking it twice ahead of the Christmas shopping rush then you might be in need of some inspiration over what you should buy the tech-heads in your circle of friends and family. Here are a few excellent options that are sure
16th November 2011
As Energy Saving Week draws to a close, findings from the latest aspect.co.uk customer poll highlight that over half (51 percent) of London’s homeowners would consider installing solar power in order to save energy in their properties.
31th October 2011
The best advice anyone can offer you regarding car insurance is to shop around for the best deal. With price comparison websites all over the internet offering the cheapest car insurance it has never been easier, the first thing to remember is that cheap.
29th June 2010
Tens of thousands of pensioners and low-income households who use only small amounts of gas and electricity have seen their energy bills rise over the past five months, despite advertised price cuts, an investigation by Times Money has found.
21th June 2010
If you are going to give much concentration on electrical bills you will find that big part of the budget of the family is coming to it. There are lots of appliances that use electricity and this is very common now a days as this is a good way.
31th May 2010
PPI Solicitors are now much in demand as they are eminently qualified when it comes to making sure all arrangements are made so that loan repayments can be made on time. Failure to do so could result in foreclosure on home or repossession of car.
16th May 2010
E.ON U.K., a unit of Germany’s largest utility, said European Union rules forcing the closure of its oil-fired power station at Grain in southeast England will leave Britain vulnerable to energy shortfalls. “It would be barmy for us to close Grain,”
19th April 2010
The UK could face power shortages in the years ahead, according to the energy regulator, Ofgem. The regulator also warned that a significant number of consumers may not be able to afford the higher energy prices they would have to face.
03rd February 2010
New rules that ensure doorstep energy salesmen hand over a written quote have come into force. The changes, aimed at preventing cases of mis-selling, started on Monday after an investigation by the energy regulator Ofgem into household bills.
22th January 2010
Lenders must not mislead borrowers that their debts are enforceable, when in fact they are not, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) says. The regulator also says many debtors have, in turn, been misled about their ability to escape their debts.
15th December 2009