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By James Mackanzie On Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Ireland assured of Euro 2020 play-off – and could face Northern Ireland

The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are both assured of Euro 2020 play-off places next March. Independent.ie – Sport RSS Feed  More...

By James Mackanzie On Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Inheritance Tax warning: Why your life insurance payout could end up being subject to IHT

INHERITANCE TAX bills can tot up if it is required to be paid on the estate of a deceased person. A life insurance may be subject to Inheritance Tax, however there is a situation where it isn’t included in the More...

By James Mackanzie On Saturday, November 16th, 2019
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Xbox Scarlett vs PS5: Xbox 2 could beat PlayStation 5 in launch line-up games battle

MICROSOFT and Sony will go head-to-head in late 2020, as the Xbox 2 and PlayStation 5 finally make an appearance. Daily Express :: Gaming Feed  More...

By James Mackanzie On Saturday, November 16th, 2019
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State pension age? You could get hundreds of pounds this winter to help with heating bills

STATE PENSION age is the age at which a person is able to claim their state pension, however some people who have reached this milestone may be entitled to get some perks which are available for qualifying people. More...

By James Mackanzie On Saturday, November 16th, 2019
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US Army tests new wonder weapon that could change warfare forever

THE US ARMY is testing out a drone with a 40mm grenade launcher which could destroy enemy targets whilst protected by cover. Daily Express :: World Feed  More...

By James Mackanzie On Friday, November 15th, 2019
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Stamp Duty reform ‘could save buyers £4,300’ – and see no SDLT to pay for 90% of purchases

STAMP DUTY LAND TAX reform could save the average owner-occupier £4,300 each, and the changes would cut the average Stamp Duty paid by movers by 63 percent, with nine out of ten home purchases seeing no duty being More...

By James Mackanzie On Thursday, November 14th, 2019
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First direct UK to Australia Dreamliner takes off – could you handle the 19.5 hour flight?

LONG-HAUL flights are a nightmare for some travellers, while others take them as an opportunity to kick back and relax. Today, the first-ever non-stop flight from London to Sydney, Australia took off, taking a More...

By James Mackanzie On Thursday, November 14th, 2019
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Combined treatment could tackle melanoma resistance

Scientists suggest the approach may also help to tackle late stage cancers, even after they have become resistant to existing treatments. Top Stories: BreakingNews.ie  More...

By James Mackanzie On Thursday, November 14th, 2019
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Universal Credit changes: New checks in place to combat scams – how could it affect you?

UNIVERSAL CREDIT changes were brought in earlier this year in a bid to crack down on benefit fraudsters, after the scammers targeted vulnerable people and attempted to convince them to share personal details under More...

By James Mackanzie On Thursday, November 14th, 2019
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Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling remains steady – could election changes affect it?

THE POUND to euro exchange has remained high after sterling’s boost earlier this week thanks to general election optimism. GBP’s lack of movement is credited to an absence of political developments yesterday. More...