A couple of weeks ago I wrote about financial education being enshrined in the national curriculum helping all those at school today have a better grasp on their finances.
Given that there are four million households without internet access, almost seven million people who have never used the internet, and another 11 million who don’t have the skills to do basic comp
It’s that time of year when schools all over erupt with joy, as pupils discover what grades they have received in their A levels.
You couldn’t move this week without tripping over a report on internet data.
An interesting report from the think tank the Resolution Foundation crossed my path this week which taught me a whole new phrase – “mortgage prisoners”.
By the time you read this the House of Commons will have gone into recess and the House of Lords will be preparing for its own summer break from next Wednesday.
How is the heat wave treating you?
An interesting and eye-opening experiment in the Daily Mail this week as reporter Holly Black trooped off to Kings Lynn in Norfolk to see how the banks’ drive towards a “cashless”