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British Gas investigated over claims agents broke into homes to fit prepay meters

The energy regulator has launched an urgent investigation following claims that agents wor...

Two million households miss payments in January

More than two million households have missed at least one mortgage, rent, loan or other bi...

Water bills to rise to £450 in April

Water bills will rise by an average of £31 from April, to £448 a year, the industry body...

Two-thirds of Brits don’t seek regulated financial advice

The majority of UK adults haven't taken regulated financial advice in the last five years.

Passport fees hiked from today

Travelers applying for a new adult or child passport will pay higher rates as of today (We...

Five tips to help you save £300 on your next mobile phone deal

Inflation means mobile phone and telecoms bills are increasing by up to 14.4%. But there a...

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Over half of workers have felt need for mental health support at work

Some workers are put off from seeking help for their mental health at work for fear they w...

Job vacancies becoming harder to fill

Businesses are facing a skills shortage due to a combination of the pandemic and Brexit, w...

Over a million still on furlough, with scheme set to end within weeks

The end of the furlough scheme could lead to a rise in unemployment and increased househol...

Economic growth slowed in July as Covid cases rose

The July 'pingdemic' and supply chain problems stalled economic growth, hampering the UK's...

House price growth continuing to slow ‒ RICS

The rate of house price growth dipped in August according to the latest residential market...

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Poorest in society see spending power fall by £40 a month 

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State pension age could rise to 68 sooner than expected

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Jan 24, 2023

Premium Bonds rate hike sees them ‘beat’ easy access savings deals: Are they worth considering?

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Supermarket sweep: Morrisons joins rivals in cutting prices

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Lloyds Bank issues urgent warning as advanced fee fraud rises 82%

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Stamp duty intake reached record £16.2bn in 2022

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Property transactions dip to 102,000 in December

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Find the best savings rates this week with fixed rate bonds paying up to 4.56%

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Recession likely to be ‘deeper’ than expected

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Regulator to investigate BT contracts

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Nearly a third of prepayment energy vouchers unredeemed

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Chinese New Year 2023: Will the Year of the Rabbit bring prosperity for investors?

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