Welcome to the forum.
First thing to make you aware of is the fact that your radio is not a scanner. It is a transceiver that scans a few channels.
There are licence free frequencies, where transceiver that are built to set specifications can be used legally, but your radio is not one of them. So under the 2006 Wireless Telegraphy Act you need a licence to use your radio. https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0024/89016/Guide-to-the-use-of-radio-transmitters-and-the-law.pdf
Without a licence you risk a potentially very heavy penalty.
The above is for your own reference & lots of people own & use transceivers with no licence & live perfectly trouble free lives. But others choose not to use a transceiver, often because they are very poor scanners, or because criminal prosecution is not desirable to them, especially when in theory it could lead to a fine of up to £5000 per offence &/or up to 2 years imprisonment & that is, as I said, per offence, so each time you use your radio.
Reality is most fines are only for a few hundred pounds & most people manage to use transceivers, even on transmit totally trouble free. So what you do is up to you. But at least now it's an informed choice.
You may also find that some people here are less likely to share frequencies with you, as a transceiver can obviously be used for causing deliberate interference with legal users.
And that is problems for the people we listen to & thus it damages our hobby. So you may find that as we do not know you, help to program your transceiver with active frequencies is not as forthcoming as for those with scanners.
Last year in Glasgow someone was convicted of using a radio like yours to cause big problems to legal users across Glasgow. And someone else using a transceivers slightly different to yours caused issues to Air Traffic Control at Cambridge Airport & last year or the year before someone caused big issues at a prison south of London.
And the above is ignoring the fake SOS calls on marine band, which your radio is more than capable of being used for & which sadly are far from uncommon.
Having said the above what are you wanting to listen to?