New Research Reveals British men are amongst the least generous when it comes to dating
British men are amongst the least generous in the world when it comes to paying for a first date, according to new research by PARSHIP, Europe's largest matchmaking site.
Kate and Will have all the ingredients for long term relationship success
Latest research by one of Europe's leading matchmaking website PARSHIP, exposes the factors which help us know whether we are compatible with our partner and if you are choosing a frog or a prince - and the new royal romantics pass with flying colours.
With a CO2-neutral online platform, PARSHIP offers environmentally friendly matchmaking
The market leader among online matchmakers commits to greater energy efficiency/certified carbon-neutral hosting.
ONLINE DATING STATISTICS: British singles play the waiting game
Over two thirds of UK singles will take the active initiative of going online dating over the next 12 months, but they are not looking for a quick fix: they have patience and are prepared to wait a while to meet their ideal partner, according to a new survey by PARSHIP, Europe’s largest premium online matchmaking service, which uses a rigorous personality profiling test to determine compatibility, unlike their European counterparts
ONLINE DATING STATISTICS: British women are confident enough to wait for Mr Right
In a new survey by PARSHIP, Europe's largest premium online dating service, which uses a rigorous personality profiling test to determine compatibility, found only 30% of women in the UK are unhappy with their single status (the figure for men is 38%) and 41% say it results from their desire to retain their independence and keep time for themselves; this compares to just 30% of men. Overall, the longer a woman remains single, the happier she becomes with her situation.
ONLINE DATING STATISTICS: Men in the UK are too shy and fussy to try
According to a new survey by PARSHIP, Europe's largest premium online dating service, which uses a rigorous personality profiling test to determine compatibility, long–term singledom in men is being driven by a lack of confidence. This is compounded, perhaps paradoxically, by fussiness as one third admit that they apply very high standards to choosing a prospective partner.
WORLD CUP: Football fans can again wear the England shirt with pride
As the World Cup grips the planet and the national football shirt becomes the apparel of choice for millions of fans around the world, Europe's largest scientifically based online dating service, PARSHIP can reveal that there are romantic benefits to donning a football strip – and to knowing the offside rule and the names of the players in your team.
Love at first sight - is it the beginning of the end?
Men who believe in 'love at first sight' and 'instant chemistry' are three times more prone to infidelity in their next relationship than men who take at least two weeks to fall in love.
When it comes to love, men need to get creative
When looking for a potential partner, British women lead Europe in the importance they attach to a man's profession, according to a new survey by PARSHIP – Europe's largest scientifically based online dating service.
One third of women in their 40’s vote yes to the younger man
One third of women over 40 say they are now looking to date a younger man, according to a new survey, but these women are no longer looking for a quick fling to boost their confidence: they want romance, lasting love and even marriage, just like celebrity role models Demi More, Amanda Redman and Joan Collins.
British bosses feel the pinch - in more ways than one
Economic uncertainty, a slump in the housing market and UK inflation hitting a 15-year high ... Tough times could well be forcing people to go that extra mile to increase their earnings -- but just how far would you go to get ahead at work? Well, according to a new survey by online dating firm PARSHIP.co.uk – one in five British workers (22%) - double the number recorded in 2004 – would flirt with the boss in order to get a promotion, with men (25%) more willing than their female colleagues (19%) to use charm to get ahead.
Credit crunches Cupid's arrow
Britain's rich we'd most like to date
PARSHIP doubles in size in one year
Three million Brits looking across Europe for romance
Independent News and Media launches IndependentSingles.ie
PARSHIP European Singles Survey
Love me, love my pet
Loneliness causes misery for millions
Bringing depth to internet dating
Women in the shires swap the W.I. for WiFi
The separate bedrooms debate
Britain's gay singles turn to the web for love
PARSHIP gets serious about gay online dating
January gloom brightened by a rush for romance
PARSHIP and Whatsonstage on online dating deal
Boomerang Kids - crushing debt is forcing Britain's singles back home
A beautiful mind - Metro and PARSHIP launch the ultimate blind date
Official - Brits go all the way on the third date
Paris is still Europe's most romantic city (unless you're French)
Divorcees lead charge for online romance
Married to the job or Desperate Housewife in disguise
Metro and PARSHIP.co.uk team up for serious relationship
Brits are worse flirts in Europe - but help is at hand!
All the lonely people - where do they all log on?
First European single's survey reveals some surprising results
First date - last date?
Online daters - the hottest data
The Dating Review of 2005
Woo while you walk and help warm hearts
UK men already seriously hit by bird flu
The way to a man's heart really is through his stomach
Sorry, I can't make it in today ... I'm down with the love bug
Hello! young (and not so young) lovers
Express newspapers get serious about online dating
Love hurts ... your pocket
Sun, sea and sex... A turn-off for single Brits
Online dating proves compatible with real relationships
Half of single women haven't had a date in the last year