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  • Death of the home cooked dinner? Tea time becomes takeaway time for millennials

      Millennials (18-34 year olds) eat 10 takeaways per month – five times as many as the over 55s Fish and chips tops the nation’s takeaway list – but millennials prefer pizza Almost half (48%) of UK adults are overweight or very overweight 77% of UK adults agree that diseases often associated with poor lifestyle choices, such as type 2 diabetes, are putting too much pressure on the NHS 89% of UK adults agree that as a nation we all need to look after our own health more, to relieve pressure on  the NHS                
  • Aviva comments on new DWP auto-enrolment figures

    New workplace pension figures released today by the DWP tell a tale of two halves. The numbers of people saving continues to rise, but the amount saved per person continues to fall. Aviva calls upon the government to address this growing gap in its 2017 review of automatic enrolment.
  • Aviva appoints Jan Gooding as Global Inclusion Director

    Aviva has announced Jan Gooding is to become Global Inclusion Director. This is the first time Aviva has appointed a director to lead the inclusion and diversity strategy across the Group full time, signalling its continued ambition and commitment to lead the financial services sector in creating a more open culture in the work place.
  • Property and pensions: First steps being taken but the road to victory is long

    Today’s private rental figures further highlight the financial pressures facing millennials in the UK - longer-term rental and property rises are outpacing wage rises. Aviva comments.
  • Aviva comments on the increase to Insurance Premium Tax announced in the Autumn Statement

    Following the announcement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the Autumn Statement that Insurance Premium Tax will rise by 2% to 12% next June, Aviva issues the following statement.

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