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Iceni Magazine | July 19, 2019

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Four out of 10 Brits regret the way they have lived their lives

July 19, 2019 |

Four out of 10 Brits regret the way they have lived their lives so far, according to research.

The study found spending too much time at work and not seeing more of the world are among the biggest … Read More

Office Politics: Workplace Bonding Rituals And Bugbears In The East Of England Revealed

July 12, 2019 |

Cracking a joke, making a cuppa and lending a pen are the fastest ways that office workers in the East of England can form bonds and become popular with colleagues – but taking credit for someone else’s work, turning up … Read More

Brits are now taking ‘divorce holidays’ after a painful marriage break-up

July 11, 2019 |

Tour operator Virgin Holidays has become the first in the UK to offer divorce holidays for customers who have just endured a painful marriage break-up.

The unique Las Vegas breaks, available to all divorcees, include personal styling sessions, … Read More

These are the top 50 feel good triggers

July 11, 2019 |

Finding a parking space in a packed car park, leaping onto a train a split second before the doors close and leaving work early have emerged among a list of the top 50 feel good triggers.

Researchers who … Read More

Social media could be responsible for an increasing number of young Brits falling victim to fraud, new research has revealed

July 11, 2019 |

Social media could be responsible for an increasing number of young Brits falling victim to fraud, new research has revealed.

Data shows that 47 per cent of payment scams in the last year were among under 30s, with … Read More

These are the top 20 alternative to ‘Thank you’

July 10, 2019 |

“Cheers” has overtaken ‘thank you’ as the most popular way to show verbal appreciation, it has emerged.

Research revealed more than four in 10 of us now regularly use ‘cheers’ instead of the more traditional response.

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Third of parents have broken the law by transporting someone else’s son or daughter without a child seat

June 26, 2019 |

One third of parents have broken the law by transporting someone else’s son or daughter without a child seat, it has emerged.

A study of 1,000 UK parents of children aged 12 or under revealed an alarming proportion … Read More

Glastonbury festival-goer will walk nearly 30 miles and snap 143 photos over the iconic event

June 24, 2019 |

The average Glastonbury festival-goer will walk nearly 30 miles, upload 35 social media posts and snap 143 photos over the iconic event, it has emerged.

Researchers who polled 1,000 people who have been to the legendary Somerset music … Read More

British businesses could find themselves in trouble with the taxman over new rules

June 18, 2019 |

Tens of thousands of British businesses could find themselves in trouble with the taxman by failing to follow new rules on keeping digital records.

More than one million firms with an annual taxable income of in excess of … Read More

The average employee reckons they waste almost 15 weeks a year – carrying out “pointless” tasks at work

June 11, 2019 |

The average employee reckons they waste almost 15 weeks a year – carrying out “pointless” tasks at work, according to research.

The study of 2,000 workers found typically 142 minutes a day – more than two hours – … Read More

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