When you’re competing at eventing it feels more like a way of life than a hobby, even when you’re in the lower level classes. But, as with many things, careers outside the equine world can get in the way of competing as you get older. Suddenly travelling around the country to competitions every weekend isn’t so easy anymore and when you do go to an event, it’s typically to watch.
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In the latest budget George Osborne announced a new Help to Buy ISA for first time buyers. How will the Help to Buy ISA work? And will it actually help?
George Osborne has announced his last Budget before the General Election this May. With access to affordable housing still an issue and research showing young people still get help from their parents for deposits, the Chancellor announced the new Help to Buy ISA. Created to give a helping hand to those trying to get on the property ladder, how will it work and will it actually help?
Essentially the Government wants to top up the savings of first time buyers so they have some extra capital to find a home.
In 2014, just how relevant is theatre? In London audiences have been falling gradually for the past few years, but away from the capital the decline is even more marked. So what's causing these slumps? And is this really the end of theatre as we know it?
People hold their vision very dear to them for good reason. Unfortunately, many of us put our eyesight at risk due to the way we live our lives, often unknowingly. Whether it’s failing to adhere to proper eye care at work or simply a product of age, protecting our vision as best we can is highly important.
Reviving the British manufacturing sector is a key government policy, with an ambitious target to increase exports to £1 trillion by 2020 and a new body, Reshore UK, being set up to make it easier for companies to bring their manufacturing back to the UK.
This time last year high street bakery chain Greggs was mired in financial turmoil. A 2.9 % fall in year-on-year sales was costing the company £4.6 million and wiping 7% off the value of their shares. For a while it looked like Greggs was going to join the likes of Woolworths, HMV, Blockbuster and Comet in the list of high street casualties.