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Thinking About starting a Baking Business?

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Thinking about starting up a baking business?   We take a look at some of the steps you need to think about to get your baking business up-and-running and make it a sweet success. Find your jam As with any business, your main aim is to consider what sets you apart from the crowd. Do […]

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Garden Offices

It’s often said that living quarters and working areas should be kept entirely separate to strike the right balance between productivity on the job and a happy home life. But not everyone has the luxury of an extra room, and even if they do, its primary function may already be determined as the guest room, […]

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It’s getting colder. Fireworks night is coming…

Are you planning to hold a personal or corporate Fireworks events?               Have you arranged your Fireworks Event Insurance? What cover could you get? £5m, £2m or £1m of Public Liability Cover available, £10m optional by referral Protection against loss of revenue and expenditure, should your event cancel Bonfire […]

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Future cars will need cyber cover

Long the stuff of science-fiction, driverless cars are very slowly becoming an inevitability with most major motor and technology firms testing their early models as they prepare to hit the mass market in the next few years. However these self-driving vehicles won’t just change the way we get from A to B – they also […]

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Do superheroes need insurance too?

Just because someone wears a mask and lives in a bat cave, it doesn’t mean that they’re exempt from the repercussions of damaging both public and private property. Movies show superheroes crashing through windows, obliterating skyscrapers and throwing cars through the air as if they were made from foam, which, come to think of it… […]

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Cows need insurance too!

There are many fields with unrestricted access, as public or private rights of way, and often cattle can be seen grazing nearby. Whilst passers-by can usually walk past a herd of cows without any problem, cattle can be unpredictable and many wouldn’t know how to react if the herd began to migrate towards them. Tragically, cattle-related […]

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Cyclists insurance petition attracts online attention

An online petition has attracted both signatures and derision after calling for British cyclists to ‘hold insurance and pay road tax’. The petition was created by motorist Owen McDermott, who claims: “The public roads used by motor vehicles are becoming unsafe to use” “Just like having to sit your theory and your practical test to […]

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Insurance Comparison sites – The downside

There is no doubt that Insurance comparison sites have had a lot to play in altering the insurance market over the last few years but sometimes it’s sad to say it’s not always for the better. If I come across a young driver looking for insurance then I would often these will provide a good route. […]

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Driverless cars, good or bad?

We never cease to hear of the latest innovation in the technology that is becoming “driverless cars”. But will it ever live up to the hype? The promise is of fewer accidents and that by removing the “human element” from the equation getting from A to B will be better all round. But, as any […]

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Carillion Fallout

We’ve received some phone calls from distressed Carillion associates – People who are looking for their best option. Does this affect you or someone you know? Some of those people are thinking about going self employed, or starting their own business. It’s a big step and as with any potential business start up part of […]

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