Can I go on holiday if I live in Tier 3? | Travel News | Travel

According to MoneySupermarket, you are buying a new travel insurance policy, as things stand, most travel insurance providers will still not cover cancellations to your holiday as a result of coronavirus. Sally Jaques of GoCompare Travel Insurance said: “People living in Tier 3 areas have been advised by the Government to avoid leaving the area or staying overnight anywhere else in the UK – yet, it is not currently against the law to go on holiday, even abroad. “If the destination is on the exemption list, your travel insurance should…

Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: Signs to add B12 foods to diet include sneaky fatigue

Vitamin B12 is a crucial ingredient for the healthy running of the body, as it’s needed to make red blood cells. Signs of a deficiency can develop very slowly, so it may be difficult to diagnose the condition. People with undiagnosed symptoms should consider that they may have a vitamin B12 deficiency. While it’s unlikely that your symptoms are caused by the condition, there are still many people that have a lack of B12. A quick blood test could reveal whether you should be adding more B12 to your diet.…

Fuel duty price increase ‘would be wrong’ as changes could be ‘punitive’ on road users

Fuel duty cost rises would be “punitive” on many drivers who are struggling to bear the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Simon Williams, RAC fuel expert warned the economy was “dependent on driving” with roads vital to move goods across the nation. Speaking to Express.co.uk, Mr Williams said: “The economy is very much dependent on driving and the roads so we feel that as the economy is struggling at the moment it would be the wrong time to increase fuel duty. “We appreciate its been held since George Osborne cut it.…

Archaeology news: Melting glaciers unearth ‘fascinating finds’ | Science | News

However, a number of startling finds have since been yielded from melting glaciers, revealing mountain ranges such Europe’s Alps have actually bustled with human activity for millennia. Our ancient ancestors are now known to have trekked into the mountains to travel, hunt or move livestock to new pastures. Christian auf der Maur, an archaeologist with Uri Canton recently discovered traces of an ancient hunt for crystals, a find he described as “truly exceptional”. He said: ”We know now that people were hiking up to the mountains to up to 3,000m…

Get an iPhone 12 half price plus all the best deals on Apple’s new smartphones

After months of waiting you can finally buy the new Apple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. These all-new devices are now available for pre-order with them arriving in your pocket from Friday, October 23. Both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro come packed with a stunning Super Retina XDR screen, fast A14 Bionic processor and access to 5G data speeds which will allow you download movies and files at speeds that will make your home broadband look decidedly sluggish. Other extras tucked inside these devices include a new…

Final Fantasy 7 and Final Fantasy 8 Christmas surprise for PS4 and Nintendo Switch fans | Gaming | Entertainment

Final Fantasy vide game fans are in for a treat this Christmas, as Square Enix announces new releases for PS4 and Nintendo Switch. In a move that should keep Final Fantasy fans busy until Part 2 of the FF7 Remake, Square Enix has announced plans to release physical editions of two of its popular games. First up is the Final Fantasy 7 and Final Fantasy 8 Remastered Double Pack for Nintendo Switch. Launching as a physical release on December 4, the FF Double Pack contains remastered versions of two of…