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The countries you can visit without self-isolating upon return to England

The government has published a list of 'travel corridor' countries people can visit withou...

Call for flexible season tickets in wake of pandemic

The transport watchdog is calling on the government for rail fare and ticketing reform as ...

TSB launches five-year fixed mortgage with no early exit fee

TSB has launched a five-year fixed mortgage which allows borrowers to exit before the end ...

Sykes Cottages U-turns on unfair refund policy

Holiday lets firm Sykes Cottages has reversed its policy on cancelled bookings and will no...

Beat the MOT rush and book now, drivers urged

Drivers are urged to book their MOTs this summer to beat hundreds of thousands of motorist...

Car finance and high cost credit users to be granted further payment freeze

The City regulator proposes to extend the payment freeze for car finance and high cost cre...

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Furlough’s imminent end: Your redundancy rights

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is set to close at the end of October, and many emplo...

Coronavirus crisis: a five-point plan for worried investors

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, markets have once again tanked, dragging ...

What the General Election could mean for your personal finances

Our experts discuss how the historic December election may affect income tax, stamp duty, ...

What you need to know about post-Brexit travel

Insurer Allianz Assistance UK offers advice to Brits travelling to Europe after 31 October...

How to get a will for free

If you're 55 or over, you can have a will written or updated for free this month.

Lost your job? Financial top tips

As former-defence minister Gavin Williamson starts life on the back benches, we discuss ho...

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Payments to HMRC by business debit card will attract fee

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Furlough’s imminent end: Your redundancy rights

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Cohabitation agreements on the rise but two million couples face protection gap

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Evictions to resume next month

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Jul 02, 2020

BAME workers suffer biggest financial hit from Covid-19

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Part-time hours and furlough: How to handle work overload and childcare

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Jul 02, 2020

Watchdog threatens action against airlines over poor refund process

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Jul 01, 2020

Pension savers blocked from financial transactions on new dashboards

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Jul 01, 2020

Could online shoppers see a minimum delivery charge?

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Jul 01, 2020

Coronavirus job loss toll rising

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Jul 01, 2020

Easier passenger train delay compensation rules proposed

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Jul 01, 2020

House prices fall for first time since 2012

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Jul 01, 2020

Have you won £1m in July’s Premium Bonds draw?

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Tax credits customers reminded to renew claims

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Jul 01, 2020

One year left to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme

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Confirmation of Payee rules kick in

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