Articles by Hugh Morris

Your skiing insurance stories

Monday, 09 November 2015 | Article

Kayley Dhillon was a confident skier when she headed for the slopes on the first day of her holiday in Les Arcs, a popular French ski resort.

Are you covered on the slopes?

Monday, 09 November 2015 | Article

Buying insurance can be a daunting experience, sat at your computer weighing up the odds of X being stolen, Y breaking or Z going horribly wrong, but it seems to carry more gravitas when you are insuring your holiday.

How to make a claim for delayed flights

Monday, 24 August 2015 | Article

Your plane is delayed for hours causing you to miss a connecting transfer; your flight is cancelled and there's not another one until tomorrow; you're still standing by the baggage carousel – bagless - when it stops coughing...

Save time and money with a personal shopper

Monday, 02 June 2014 | Article

What comes into your head when you think of personal shoppers? Moneyed ladies sipping champagne as an elegant fashion expert in an exclusive designer store holds up a succession of little black dresses for her yay or nay?

Is the South really better off than the North?

Monday, 31 March 2014 | Article

In Stoke you can buy a house for a pound, whereas a parking space in London tops £100,000. Up North, sausage rolls are 30% cheaper than down South.

Winter holidays: Your financial guide

Monday, 20 January 2014 | Article

Of a UK population of 63 million, just under 900,000 people ski. Those are the people that make annual, if not more frequent, pilgrimages to the white peaks of France, Switzerland, Italy and further afield.

Get money back for delayed flights

Thursday, 06 June 2013 | Article

The surprise that comes as friends, family and colleagues tell of a holiday with no cancellations, complications or delays shows just how used to plans going awry we are.

Tesco's Clubcard or Sainsbury's Nectar card: which is best?

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 | Article
It's of little surprise most stores have cottoned on to the fact customers like being rewarded for their loyalty. It makes us feel valued and will more than likely keep us returning to the shop time and time again.

Get on your bike and save on your commute

Monday, 20 May 2013 | Article

If the uptake of cycling continues at its current rate, it's only a matter of time before we become a nation of two-wheelers. It's good for your health, it's environmentally friendly and it could be your new route to work.

ISA Watch: Coventry BS junior cash ISA

Wednesday, 08 May 2013 | News

Launched in 2011, a junior ISA is the same as the adult ISA in its tax-free saving potential but only available for children.