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New Survey Reveals 22.5% of Brits Admit to Having A One-Night Stand Despite Coronavirus Outbreak


London, Mar 27 – COVID-19 may have been declared a severe public health risk but the coronavirus outbreak has not deterred Brits hooking up for a night of passion with a stranger

Hookup Dating website, Shagbook, surveyed 1,000 random UK citizens, and almost a quarter of the respondents surveyed admitted to arranging a sex hook-up since the breakout of Coronavirus in the UK.

The independently commissioned survey also gave an insight into the UK’s attitude towards sex with 24.3% of people admitting to having had casual sex with someone they have just met, and 29% of married partners admitted to having a one-night stand.

Shagbook is a sex hook up dating website that enables singles and married partners to meet up for casual, no-strings-attached sex. With UK pubs closing their doors and millions opting for self-isolation, sex and dating will become a tricky issue in the coming months. Social distancing proclamations should be considered when engaging in risky behaviour.

A representative from Shagbook said “We can’t stop the UK population arranging to meet for sexual encounters, but we do urge people to be responsible and think of the well-being of others. If you show any signs of coronavirus, even if it’s only a common cold, do not put others at risk. Over the course of the coming weeks, Shagbook will include website information to ensure that this message is understood. We will also be promoting our live cams for those looking for 100% safe, sexy fun.”

Shagbook.com is a popular British sex hook up dating site. The independent survey was commissioned prior to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordering a nationwide lockdown on Monday, March 23.

Media Inquiries Only: For more details about the latest survey, or to obtain a copy of the summary or raw survey data, please email reports@shagbook.com

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Our worst cleaning habits revealed in new survey


TidyChoice surveyed over 3,000 cleaners on its database to find out what cleaners really think about their customers. Cleaners revealed their clients’ worst cleaning habits and the cleaning tasks that we are not doing.

The good news is that 85% of cleaners think that their clients are clean and tidy. The bad news is that they believe 56% of clients do very little or no cleaning between scheduled sessions. Respondents thought that bathrooms (43%) and kitchens (40%) became the dirtiest rooms between visits.

The most common complaints from cleaners about their clients are listed below

1. Leaving dirty clothes lying around on the floor or on beds/chairs (31%)
2. Leaving dirty dishes in the sink (28%)
3. Clients that do no cleaning at all between sessions (15%)
4. Clients not providing proper cleaning equipment and supplies (13%)
5. Pet hair on carpets and furniture (13%)

Ana Andres, co-founder of TidyChoice who commissioned the survey commented on the results:

“In general cleaners and clients get on very well and clients appreciate the hard work that their cleaners do. However, based on the survey results, we can do some simple things to make cleaners’ lives easier and get the best from them. Just clearing away dishes or tidying up clothing could allow cleaners to spend more time cleaning important areas like kitchens and bathrooms that make a big difference to our homes.”

Client cleaning habits

Cleaners think that their clients are clean and tidy: 28% of cleaners strongly agree that their clients are clean and tidy whilst another 57% agree.

However, once we hire a cleaner, we rely on them to do the bulk of cleaning work in the house. According to cleaners, 56% of us do little or no cleaning between visits.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the rooms that get the dirtiest between visits are the bathrooms (43%) and kitchens (41%).

What are our worst cleaning habits?
In terms of cleaning habits, the worst habits are leaving dirty clothing lying around (31%) and leaving dirty dishes in the sink (28%) Other prominent themes include not having proper cleaning equipment and supplies, pet hair on carpets and furniture and clients not doing any cleaning at all.

About TidyChoice
Founded in 2014, by Colin Weston and Ana Andres del Valle, TidyChoice is an online platform, offering home cleaning and childcare services for London residents. TidyChoice professionals undergo a careful vetting process, to ensure customers can choose from a trusted and reliable community of housekeepers. Customers can choose their preferred professional and professionals can choose their own rate, hours and areas of work.

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Survey by VMINTERACTIVE reveals current statistics of teenagers views on contraception ahead of 2020


Survey by VMINTERACTIVE reveals current statistics of teenagers views on contraception ahead of 2020

• 86% of 16-19 year olds are aware of the morning after pill.
• Only 69% would seek the morning after pill for an abortion.
• Only 42% teenagers would be embarrassed to buy condoms.
• 89% teenagers are unaware of the health risks not covered by the morning after pill.

This year Click Pharmacy has had an 80% increase in the product sale of EllaOne also nicknamed ”The promiscuity pill” this would be linked to the efficiency of it being used up to 5 days after and economic value if your BMI is over 26, you take one rather than two of other brands of morning after pill. When you have a pill that can be taken up to 5 days after unprotected sex and so readily available in stores and online without a prescription, there is no doubt sales would rise. Controversy is wrapped around it, also being seen as ‘a form of abortion pill’ according to Norman Wells, director of the charity Family Education Trust.

VMINTERACTIVE has conducted a survey on 200 teenagers looking at the knowledge of different contraception, health risks not protected by contraception (apart from condoms) and also those who believe the morning after pill is a form of abortion. These findings prove that sexual education at school is not necessarily increasing awareness. Teenagers are more likely to have unprotected sex and order morning after pill as it’s more accessible rather than condoms.

‘EllaOne it’s the most effective pill on the market with 95% potency” states Jana Abelovska, pharmacy expert from Click Pharmacy, “however not something to be used regularly as it is a high dosage and is not great for the body.”

As a Health Tech company Click Pharmacy are a source of knowledge on these kinds of issues and want to offer the best advice of all the different options of contraception to people of all ages.

Top reasons for using contraception:

• Since 2014 – Chlamydia has been found in 1.8 million case that’s a 19% increase.
• Since 2014 – Gonorrhea has been found in 583,405 cases; which is 63% increase
• 15 to 24-year-olds accounted for 62% of those with Chlamydia, 52% with gonorrhoea

Survey of 200 respondents carried out by Click Pharmacy in December 2019.

VM Interactive was born with the sole intention of helping other businesses establish and grow their online presence. After pulling together talented professionals from the digital marketing industry, we have achieved excellence in providing engineered digital strategies that will super charge your business online presence.

Apart from our proven digital excellence, what makes us different to other digital marketing agencies is our understanding of the business owners’ goals and market conditions so that you can continue with your business while we work on bringing the traffic to your website. Our aim is to partner up with business owners by working closely with them so we can learn and then find innovative ideas that separate them from their competitors, building a larger and stronger audience for their business.

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Revealed: The UK’s driving opinions (Survey results)


The team at Dayinsure conducted a survey looking to uncover the UK’s driving opinions. Surveying 400 members of the UK public, they posed a series of fascinating questions looking at all aspects of driving.

Nearly 90% of people believe that older people should be required to take another driving test later in life. The most shocking result from the survey was that nearly all of those asked believe that older people should be required to take another driving test.

On the topic of driving test opinions, Dayinsure also discovered that over one-third of people believe the minimum UK driving test age should be higher.

Over half of people think drink-drivers should be disqualified for life. Currently, motorists convicted of drink-driving don’t face a life-time ban, however more than half of Brits believe there should be permanent repercussions for committing this offence.

These are just some of the fascinating opinions collected from the UK public. View all of the questions, answers and opinions in full here: https://www.dayinsure.com/news/the-uks-driving-opinions/
Dayinsure’s team had this to say: “With such a diverse array of opinions across the British public, we wanted to uncover some of the thoughts they have on a range of issues. Some of these questions we posed were age-old topics of discussion, and some regard new technology, but all gave us fascinating insights into how the public think in 2019.”

If you want to report on this study, we ask that you simply source the original article with a link via the following URL: https://www.dayinsure.com/news/the-uks-driving-opinions/
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Samuel Brace
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Further notes to the editor:

Established in 2005 and backed by Aviva, Dayinsure has grown to be one of the UK’s leading short-term car insurance firms.

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