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Currently over a quarter of Brits (27%) say they have at least one bank account with a digital-only bank. This is a percentage increase of 16% from last year when 23% of Brits said they had an account with a digital bank. It is also over 3 times the amount of Brits who had one in January 2019 (9%).
As 2021’s Veganuary begins, annual diet intentions research from the shopping comparison site, finder.com, reveals that 470,000 Brits successfully started following a meat-free diet in 2020.
The majority of retail sales moved online this festive period due to Coronavirus and analysis of 35 major retailers revealed which saw the biggest rise, and decline, in web traffic over the Boxing Day weekend.
The most talked about shows of 2020 have been revealed, with Love Island accounting for almost half (48%) of all tweets posted by Brits. It generated almost 10 times more posts than the second most popular show, I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.
With more than 18.7 million Brits (36%) planning to drive to the shops this Christmas, we commissioned a freedom of information request to find the cities where people are most, and least, likely to get a parking fine in December.
Christmas gift spend across the UK is set to fall by 10% to £24.2 billion this year.
Brits could have saved up to 48% on their car insurance in 2020 if they had been signed up to pay-as-you-go (PAYG) insurance as opposed to traditional annual policies.
New research indicates that not everyone may have been using their card less throughout lockdown. The study found that over 2 in 5 credit card holders (43%) used, and are continuing to use, their credit cards more than they did before lockdown started in March.
Finder.com, the personal finance comparison site, has appointed renowned digital publishing strategist Malcolm Coles as Global Head of Publishing Innovations.
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