An £11m bonus is on cards for top brass at online card firm Moonpig

An £11m bonus on cards for Moonpig top brass: Lockdown love for gifts fuels record revenues By Matt Oliver For The Daily Mail Published: 21:51 GMT, 18 February 2021 | Updated: 21:51 GMT, 18 February 2021 Moonpig’s top brass are on course to bag bonuses worth £11million after it enjoyed a record Valentine’s Day. Under … Read more

‘We’re not a health hazard’: Defiant gift card shop owners have now racked up £20,000 IN FINES

Twitter users have criticised The Home Office’s new ‘Stay at Home’ warning video for being ‘aggressive’, comparing the messaging to an advert for Netflix’s Black Mirror and even the Gestapo.  The video, posted to Twitter by the ministerial department yesterday, urges people to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic and features a series of police raids on illegal … Read more

‘We’re not a health hazard’: Defiant gift card shop owners have now racked up £20,000 IN FINES

Twitter users have criticised The Home Office’s new ‘Stay at Home’ warning video for being ‘aggressive’, comparing the messaging to an advert for Netflix’s Black Mirror and even the Gestapo.  The video, posted to Twitter by the ministerial department yesterday, urges people to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic and features a series of police raids on illegal … Read more

World’s oldest printed Valentine’s Day card reveals real-life Bridget Jones berating her man

World’s oldest printed Valentine’s Day card reveals woman berating her man for ‘ghosting’ her as long ago as 1797 The 224-year-old correspondence is illustrated with delicate design and portrait It was published on January 12, 1797, by John Fairburn of 146, Minories, London Writer Catherine Mossday writes she has ‘repeatedly requested’ for a Mr Brown By … Read more

Government official blew more than £6,000 on luxury chocolate on taxpayer-funded credit card

Government official blew more than £6,000 in a day on luxury chocolate on taxpayer-funded credit card at department in charge of Freedom of Information Payment was made on a single day and saw £6,248.40 spent at Hotel Chocolat  The unnamed official used a corporate credit card to buy the luxury chocolate  Card belonged to the … Read more

Government official blew more than £6,000 on luxury chocolate on taxpayer-funded credit card

Government official blew more than £6,000 in a day on luxury chocolate on taxpayer-funded credit card at department in charge of Freedom of Information Payment was made on a single day and saw £6,248.40 spent at Hotel Chocolat  The unnamed official used a corporate credit card to buy the luxury chocolate  Card belonged to the … Read more

Card addressed to ‘somewhere at top of town’ in Cornwall miraculously makes it to the right house 

Card addressed to ‘somewhere at top of town’ in St Ives in Cornwall miraculously makes it to the right house Tracey Fitzharris, 43, received the card from her friend in Duror in Scotland The envelope was addressed as ‘Somewhere at top of town, St Ives, Cornwall’  On the back of the envelope, her friend had … Read more

Michelle Keegan impresses with a card trick as she takes a break from filming Brassic 

‘Adding magician to my CV!’ Michelle Keegan impresses with a card trick as she takes a break from filming Brassic By Ellie Phillips For Mailonline Published: 18:57 GMT, 29 January 2021 | Updated: 18:58 GMT, 29 January 2021 She’s currently in Manchester filming scenes for Brassic.  And, Michelle Keegan, 33, impressed some of the cast and … Read more

Mastercard increases card fees five-fold for UK shoppers buying from EU companies

Mastercard is blasted for ‘greed’ and ‘opportunism’ by charging British card users FIVE TIMES the fees on items ordered from EU then blaming Brexit Mastercard is hiking fees for UK shoppers buying  from EU-based companies The European Union brought in a cap in 2015 amid fears over hidden fees Mastercard says the cap does not … Read more

Couple make their first £1million after their card game became a bestseller during lockdown

A couple have made their first £1million after their card game became a bestseller during lockdown.  Jordanna, 29, and Grant Sanderson, 30, from Leeds, had to borrow money from their grandmothers to keep their business going after creating Shot In The Dark, a quiz game that became hugely popular for Zoom parties.  The game features questions … Read more