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Worksop man fled from cops after second no-insurance drive

A Worksop man who fled from police when he was spotted driving without insurance for the second time has been banned, a court heard. Zion Smith, 19, swerved when he saw a police vehicle while turning his silver van off Byron Way, on to Milton Drive,...

 

This is the illegal driving insurance method motorists are using to save money

More and more young drivers are using an illegal insurance method in a bid to knock pounds off their quotes. New figures have revealed that 'fronting' - a method experts say is illegal - is popular among more than half of young drivers. The method is...

 

Worksop man fled from cops after second no-insurance drive

A Worksop man who fled from police when he was spotted driving without insurance for the second time has been banned, a court heard. Zion Smith, 19, swerved when he saw a police vehicle while turning his silver van off Byron Way, on to Milton Drive,...

 

Worksop man fled from cops after second no-insurance drive

A Worksop man who fled from police when he was spotted driving without insurance for the second time has been banned, a court heard. Zion Smith, 19, swerved when he saw a police vehicle while turning his silver van off Byron Way, on to Milton Drive,...

 

Worksop man fled from cops after second no-insurance drive

A Worksop man who fled from police when he was spotted driving without insurance for the second time has been banned, a court heard. Zion Smith, 19, swerved when he saw a police vehicle while turning his silver van off Byron Way, on to Milton Drive,...

 

Worksop man fled from cops after second no-insurance drive

A Worksop man who fled from police when he was spotted driving without insurance for the second time has been banned, a court heard. Zion Smith, 19, swerved when he saw a police vehicle while turning his silver van off Byron Way, on to Milton Drive,...

 
Can Apple’s iPhone 7 beat the original classic iPhone?

Can Apple’s iPhone 7 beat the original classic iPhone?

It’s been 10 years since you could first buy yourself an iPhone, with Apple’s disruptive smartphone debuting on June 29, 2007. Since then, the handset’s technical capabilities have become better, and the speeds have become faster – but has the iPhone...

Metro, today, 12:55 in Hot News
 

One in five Brits would rather date a pet owner

One in five Brits say they would rather date someone with a pet, according to a new survey. Almost a third of those polled said they’d much rather smooch a pooch-owner, while a quarter said they’d more likely be feline the love with a cat keeper. And...

 

Tullow pays down debt, raises profit in first half under new CEO

Tullow Oil (TLW.L) said on Wednesday it had further reduced debt in the first half of the year after a surprise cash call in March and made a small increase in gross profit over the period thanks to higher output and an insurance payment. The...

Reuters, today, 10:04 in Business
 

VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Slash cancer travel cover bills - some people really deserve a holiday

After months of hospital appointments, gruelling treatment — and sheer emotional strain — most people diagnosed with cancer deserve a holiday. Yet for the 2.5 million people in the UK living with the disease, this is often impossible. Not because it...

Daily Mail, today, 01:07 in Business
 

Insurers that charge the sick 60 TIMES too much for travel cover: Cancer sufferer quoted £1,551 for a two...

Holidaymakers with health problems are being charged up to 60 times too much for travel insurance, research reveals. People with common conditions such as cancer, diabetes and epilepsy pay more for travel cover because statistics show that they are...

Daily Mail, today, 01:07 in Business
 

PPI and flights top the list of customer gripes at online complaints firm which has recouped £400m in three...

Payment protection insurance and flights attracted most complaints from British consumers, research shows. They used free online complaints tool Resolver to air more than one million gripes since its launch three years ago. A quarter, 262,000, were...

Daily Mail, today, 01:07 in Business
 

One in five Brits would rather date a pet owner

One in five Brits say they would rather date someone with a pet, according to a new survey. Almost a third of those polled said they’d much rather smooch a pooch-owner, while a quarter said they’d more likely be feline the love with a cat keeper. And...

Horncastle News, yesterday, 18:34 in Regional East
 

Insurance claims processor Watchstone names Stefan Borson as CE0

Insurance claims processor Watchstone Group Plc (WTGW.L), formerly known as Quindell, said Stefan Borson, the firm's general counsel and company secretary, will succeed Indro Mukerjee as chief executive officer. Watchstone said it would cut the size...

Reuters, yesterday, 10:20 in Business
 

Apple, Cisco team up to push for cyber security insurance discounts

Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is working with Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O) to help businesses that primarily use gear from both companies to get a discount on cyber-security insurance premiums, Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said on Monday. Sharing a stage...

Reuters, yesterday, 06:23 in Science &Technology
 


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