Many Brits are looking forward to travelling abroad this summer following the easing of lockdown restrictions. However, travel bosses have warned that international travel costs could soar because of higher demand and lower availability of planes.
A recent study conducted by the consumer watchdog Which? has revealed that millions of people are using outdated routers that could pose serious security risks. More than two-thirds of routers provided by the UK’s biggest internet service providers had issues that could pose a threat to your online security.
A woman has recently revealed she is facing bankruptcy after being swindled on an online dating site. She has lost nearly £113,000 and is one of many people who have lost vast sums of money to online scammers while looking for romance on dating sites.
The EU recently announced that vaccinated travellers from the UK could travel to European destinations this summer as Covid travel restrictions loosen. However, many could still face chaos due to the UK's cautious and changing traffic light system that affects quarantine and other rules for returning travellers.
A BBC News analysis has revealed that around 22 million people across the UK are now living in areas where zero Covid deaths were reported for April. This is a stark difference from January, when fewer than 50,000 people were living in such areas.
Many people have given up smoking in the past year due to Covid, but there are still substantial numbers keen to kick the habit. Those attending A&E departments at certain NHS hospitals could get a helping hand due to a new trial that will provide smokers with advice and e-cigarette supplies to help them give up.
After a devastating year amid the Covid-19 pandemic, cruise ships are finally gearing up to set sail again this summer. Cruise liners can operate from 17th May when lockdown restrictions are next due to be eased. Operators have already been selling tickets for several weeks and have seen high demand from those eager to travel.