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Iris Micro Dissecting Dental Lab Sharp Scissors, 4.5" (11.43cm)

 
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Jane Horton and her late husband David were given a 35-acre farm in the New Forest as a wedding gift in 1975. David was tragically killed in a riding accident in 2013 and after eight tiring years running the farm alone, Jane, 72, decided to put it on the market. Yet instead of being able to enjoy retirement, she was stunned to discover she would have to pay £1 million to clear a £384,000 equity release loan the couple had taken out 13 years earlier.

Like almost one in two women who give birth, Katrina Middler (pictured with son Walter) suffered a pelvic organ prolapse during labour - making lifting and running around after her children hard.

I booked two pilgrimages with Joe Walsh Tours to Medjugorje in Bosnia and Herzegovina and to Padova [Padua] in Italy. Both were rescheduled from the original dates to 2021. I made payments of £574 and £50 by cheque in December 2019. I paid the balance of £900 for the Padova trip by bank transfer on January 31, 2020.

A handful of suppliers are currently advertising fixed gas and electricity deals for around £2,000 a year, based on a family's standard usage, after wholesale prices soared.

Family law experts and financial advisers say that women are often too quick to accept the family home in a divorce settlement, overlooking the value of pension wealth.

As sure as night follows day, every new batch of fraud figures tells us there has been a surge in scams and criminals have stolen another record amount of our money.

Bailey raised the prospect of an early interest rate hike in a speech last night, saying the monetary policy committee is ready to do what is necessary to tackle rising inflation.

   

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On a tumultuous day on financial markets from foreign exchange to commodities and equities, the pound sank almost 1.3 per cent back towards $1.35 against the dollar. That was its lowest level since January. It was also down more than 1 per cent against the single currency, dropping below €1.16.

The company, which promises to deliver used cars to customers in as little as 72 hours, was only founded in 2018. Revenues rose 521 per cent to £248m in the six months to the end of June.

One minister described the change of mood to an industry source like this: 'The UK's energy policy has been completely rewritten in the last ten days. The light bulb has finally switched on.'

Work at the 'C4' site (pictured) a few miles from the desert outpost of Wiluna in Australia's Mid West,,has been suspended for 30 days following the collapse in iron ore prices.

The Southeastern railways franchise was nationalised after it emerged owner Go-Ahead and its partner Keolis failed to repay around £25m of UK taxpayer funds in a 'serious' breach.

Movement for an Open Web, which represents advertisers, news groups and tech companies, has asked the EU Commission to rein in how the internet giant will tweak its search engine Google Chrome.

Blue Prism has agreed to be taken over by Texas headquartered Vista Equity Partners for £1.1bn. The deal sees chairman and chief exec Jason Kingdon (pictured) collect £66.5m for his shares.

The Danish firm doubled its earnings in the first six months of the year as customers flocked to its reopened stores to buy Star Wars sets, model Colosseums and flower bouquets.

GlaxoSmithKline said the US Food and Drug Administration has decided to speed up its review of cabotegravir, a drug developed by ViiV Healthcare, in which it holds a majority stake.

Motorists driving their cars into Europe will from today need to display a new UK number plate or sticker, with the traditional GB sticker used on the back of cars no longer valid from 28 September. Anyone intending to use their UK-registered motors in Europe with a GB number plate will need to display a new 'UK' sticker, or have to order fresh number plates with the UK symbol displayed on the left-hand-side. The change is intended to be more inclusive of Northern Ireland in the wake of Brexit but sparked fury from drivers and motoring group who have since bemoaned the loss of the long-running GB emblem.

Automotive retailers say they have tracked huge spikes in electric vehicle interest in recent days, with panic buying of petrol potentially triggering the 'most influential switching event ever'.

Britons are set to face the biggest squeeze on their finances in years next month as the Government cuts support introduced at the start of the pandemic while bills and household costs climb.

Worries over inflation are denting stock market hopes, but 2021 has proved to be a good year for floats in the City of London, says David Buik. He says that an investor who took an equal stake in just over 70 UK IPOs this year would be have made a return of 42 per cent. He takes a look at why flotations are back in London and there may be more to come.

Behind the established challengers is an even newer crop of platforms aiming to disrupt the industry, we look at Wombat, Plum, Circa5000 and Lightyear.

The latest House Price Index released by Zoopla shows that the housing market is continuing unabated, despite many experts anticipating a slowdown due to the end of the stamp duty holiday.

How can this be right when if you're on less than £177.10 per week you're entitled to no end of help, which makes me worse off than the person getting the minimum amount. In real money I am worse off by hundreds of pounds, for example from a free TV licence, help with glasses and dentist bills, and so on. Please could you explain why this is not in scale with the £3.51 I am over per week. I appreciate there has to be a line drawn somewhere but the way it is happening is most unfair to people like me.

Will and Chris Donnelly want to make it easier for people to find the right care home, launching comparison site and concierge service, Lottie.

Generation Investment Management, a fund set up by former US vice-president Al Gore, will take a stake of up to 13 per cent in the challenger energy supplier.

Although cash Isas don't currently offer fantastic rates, it is still worthwhile opening one to shield money away from the taxman. Lee Boyce picks his five favourite cash Isas for savers in 2021 - essential reading to help you choose a top savings account for your money. This page is kept up-to-date throughout the year - bookmark it for the very latest developments.

VCTs have enjoyed a boom in demand as investors flock to generous tax breaks - and ability to back up-and-coming businesses that have become hot property. In return for this higher risk investing in the companies seen as the future drivers of economic growth, investors get up to 30 per cent income tax relief and tax-free dividends. Recent high profile successes for venture capital include online used car seller Cazoo and fashion marketplace Depop.

Law firm Leigh Day has officially started court proceedings against Link Fund Solutions Limited - which oversaw Neil Woodford's fund on behalf of investors.

Britain's biggest mutual says the move will help customers from falling victim to APP scams, where customers move money directly to criminals after being socially engineered.

By the end of 2021, the estate agent Hamptons forecasts that 1.5m homes will have been sold across Britain - the biggest number since 2007. It believes property price growth will slow in the coming months. But, despite that, it estimates that values across Britain will be 13.5 per cent higher by 2024.

The ongoing energy bill crisis has seen a number of firms go bust and the watchdog's Supplier of Last Resort kick in. Avro have been the biggest casualty so far, and Octopus have stepped in to hoover up their customers.

Most households will see their energy bills rise over the coming months, some by the equivalent of hundreds of pounds a year. But the increase will depend on what kind of deal you are on.

Average prices have rocketed 20 per cent since April, with even family cars attracting huge premiums. This price boom is due to an acute shortage of new vehicles - and a plethora of buyers, armed with spare money they did not spend on a foreign holiday. Motor analyst Cap HPI's latest data shows that the average price of a second-hand car has increased by a fifth in the past five months. Normally, they would have depreciated 5 per cent over this period.

Forget the days of new young drivers taking to the road in a Ford Fiesta, Vauxhall Corsa or Fiat 500 as their first motor - instead, they are turning to flashier models from Audi and BMW.

The first Crewe-designed Bentley was the R-Type Continental in 1951. The company's design department has already grown tenfold to 50 in less than three decades.

The South West Water owner said Covid has led to a 'substantial' increase in population in the regions it serves, which also include parts of Dorset and Somerset, and the Isles of Scilly. This, and local businesses ramping up demand as they reopened after lockdowns, have resulted in 'record' water usage and an increase in overall revenue in the past six months.

The company, which has rejected a takeover approach from Wizz Air, had announced the cash call last month - the second since the start of the pandemic.

Go-Ahead, which owns 65 per cent of Southeastern through a joint venture with French company Keolis, will see the loss of a chunk of revenues as a result.

The multinational software corporation told shareholders on Tuesday they should vote in favour of the bid worth 1,125p per share - a premium of 35.2 per cent to the stock's closing price.

In former Bank of England economist Reeves, the party has acquired someone who vows to spend taxpayers money wisely and seeks to restore the fortunes of the battered High Street and shopping centres by tackling a wholly inequitable system of business rates. But in the end Reeves' policy solutions are not very different from those of her predecessors. The old stifling mantra of soak the better off, spend and borrow is as alive as ever.

Morrisons has announced that shareholders will get to vote on the £7.3 billion ($10 billion) takeover offer from U.S. private equity group Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) on October 19.

The crunch meeting will be spearheaded by Glaxo's chairman Jonathan Symonds and director Vindi Banga, who is also a senior partner at the private equity firm bidding for Morrisons.

The stock rose 8.5 per cent, or 11.88p, to 80.02p - its highest since early July - as film fans get ready to flood back to the big screens for the latest 007 hit starring Daniel Craig (pictured).

Kristo Kaarmann was charged £365,651 by HMRC for a deliberate default during 2017/18 on a £720,495 tax bill, the Telegraph reported.

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The firm, which has seen 'significant' investment via Barclays' Sustainable Impact Capital initiative, expects to appoint corporate finance advisers in coming weeks.

The retailer plans to open another 100 new stores in Britain, expand its logistics infrastructure, including a new distribution centre in central England, and invest in technology.

Announced this month as part of measures to boost the National Health Service, the hike in dividend taxes will eat into the income of many households who rely upon regular divis to supplement their finances. It comes into force at the start of the new tax year in April. Moira O'Neill, head of personal finance at wealth manager Interactive Investor, describes the Government grab as 'a tax on the time poor and on the bereaved widow left with a pile of share certificates to sort through'. She says it will be the over55s - the biggest holders of dividend-friendly companies such as AstraZeneca, BP and GlaxoSmith -Kline - who will take the biggest hit.

Boss Sandy Chadha is a man of formidable energy and drive, his team is well chosen and the listing on AIM gives the business further impetus. At £1.87, the shares are a buy.

Shareholders have been richly rewarded and they may be tempted to sell at £2.21. Cautious investors could reduce their holdings, but for some this remains a strong hold.

Our ace investigator reported on the issue back in January, but questions were unanswered. And those have gradually produced answers that show the whole business was based on lies and false claims. Global Water Group, based in Cambridge, has graduated from a mystery to a scam. It did indeed look good on paper, describing itself as a powerful network that included governments, academic institutions and pension funds. It is now clear there never was any such network.

Tens of thousands of people are having companies set up in their name by fraudsters who then use the details to take out loans or swindle consumers.

The Bank has until this week waved away the threat of a return to inflation by suggesting increases are transitory effects due to Covid. It now admits the pressures are likely to be persistent.

TV presenter Yvette Fielding once bought an Aston Martin for £95,000 - and sold it six months later for just £60,000. Fielding, 52, the youngest person to present Blue Peter, in 1987 aged 18, says she and her husband, TV producer Karl Beattie, 58, also bought Ferraris and Bentleys with the money they made from their popular TV series Most Haunted. She now lives in a former gentleman's hunting lodge on a sprawling 20-acre estate in Cheshire and told Donna Ferguson her biggest regret was not buying a second home in Cornwall sooner. Her ghost-hunting novel, The House In The Woods, is published on Thursday.

What a mess this country now finds itself in. Of course, the finger can't just be pointed at the Government. Yet it makes the decision to jack up taxes next spring even more questionable.

We have to create a more robust economy. This is not just a matter for Britain. All around the world there are supply-chain issues, but the UK has been particularly hard hit So what's to be done?

Staycations have boomed thanks to Covid, with tourist body VisitBritain anticipating over 50 per cent more domestic holidays this year than in 2020. Using a holiday home not only as a personal bolthole, but as a nice little earner has also become fantastically popular. In June, there were 10,290 active Airbnb listings just in Cornwall alone, as people flipped their properties to bag extra cash through so-called short lets. So if you want to join the holiday home craze, here are seven golden rules to follow.

This fifteenth century former coach house called Amerden Bank was the country home of Royal Ballet prima ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyn at the height of her fame in the 1950s and 1960s.

Sitting comfortably? If not, you will be. Forecasts for top autumn and winter interiors trends are appearing and they are full of words like 'inspirational'. What are the new 'rules' for autumn?

There is one issue, though, that I wanted to bring to your attention as you build up your portfolio expertise, and that is 'spreads'. Simply put, a spread is the difference between the sale and purchase price on any stock or fund. For most investors, they would only see one price quoted in the paper, but in fact there is often quite a considerable gap between the two prices. Never buy a share or stock before checking how tradeable it is, and how wide that spread really extends. Your share price may technically double, but unless you can sell it, then that profit is just an illusion.

Personal preferences do not usually prompt my investment decisions, although according to one school of thought, you should buy shares in companies of which you are a satisfied customer.

It is hard to make your mind up about AIM, it has nurtured some big names, but also hosted huge failures. It outperformed the broader UK equity market by 33% in 2020.

Retired taxi driver Alf Morley, 73, contacted us saying he was 'in desperation' because he has no income and his reserves are going down rapidly while he waits for deferred payments to start. 'I am frustrated at the poor quality service I have received,' says Mr Morley, pictured. 'This is causing me a considerable amount of undue stress.' Meanwhile, a woman who had a brain haemorrhage in 1994 that changed her life had her disability benefit cut off after she turned 66 in early July - followed by losing her housing benefit and council tax discount - but has received no state pension.

Divorce can be particularly tricky if your partner has a history of debt, struggles with their finances, or has caused you money problems.

Learner drivers are haemorrhaging money as the ongoing driving test backlog mounts - with some forking out upwards of £623 on extra lessons while they wait for a test, research has revealed.

Buy-to-let celebrates its 25th birthday today. The first mortgage products with its name on were officially launched on September 24, 1996, when the lending industry gathered in central London. Since then, the number of buy-to-let mortgage products has surged and today there are 2.65 million landlords in Britain, of whom 59 per cent are aged 55 or above. Meanwhile, despite suggestions that buy-to-let interest may have peaked, mortgages available to landlords have increased to 3,031, Moneyfacts has revealed.

Compulsory purchase orders are used when all or part of your property is needed for new infrastructure such as a road, railway, or utilities, or to regenerate an area.

The Composite Purchasing Managers' Index from IHS Markit, gave a reading of 54.1 - meaning growth in output slowed to its lowest level in seven months.

Sainsbury's is joining the battle of the bargains as it will now offer digital Nectar customers discounts on their most frequent purchases. My Nectar Prices will give shoppers up to 30 per cent off handpicked products with weekly consumers set to save more than £200 a year through the scheme, according to the firm.

The East Midlands, West Midlands and South East achieved the highest scores for broadband performance, while the South West, Yorkshire & the Humber and the North East came in last.

Working from home can be very efficient and comfortable, if you have a roomy residence, garden and study. The reverse is true if you don't. And those that don't are most likely young people.

The great-grandson of John Cadbury shares how how Brexit, Covid red tape and supply chain issues initially scuppered the launch of his vegan chocolate business, Happiness in Plants

I take reservations for my B&B through Booking.com. However, it uses a virtual credit card scheme and I cannot take payments this way. Now the site is holding onto £2,500 of my money. How can I get it?

Assets in UK equities fell to a record low of 26 per cent by the end of 2020, according to new figures from the trade body The Investment Association (IA), as investors favoured global equities and bonds.

Many women have died without knowing they were owed huge sums in state pension after shocking errors by the Government stretching back decades. Their adult children have deluged us with enquiries about their late parents' lost pension money. Some of these families might never see a penny - but for many it's still worth scouring the records and sending their details to the Department for Work and Pensions.

The amount you can save into a pension ultimately depends on what you can afford - but the longer you leave it the more you will need to save. We tend to put ambitious targets on our hoped-for income in retirement and then underestimate how much we will need to set aside to achieve that. So how much should you save?

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The average mortgage rate is edging down, as lenders bring back their full range of products and launch tantalising deals with interest of less than 1 per cent for those with lots of equity. However, the situation is slowly improving for those at the other end of the scale, too, as five and 10 per cent deposit mortgages return.

Buy-to-let is much tougher than it once was. But for many Britons the idea of investing in property still appeals, as they trust bricks and mortar and may feel that they can add value to a property. Read our top ten buy-to-let tips

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