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Jan 18, 2023

What will be in the Spring Budget?

Jan 17, 2023

Will you soon be able to charge your electric car via lamppost?

Jan 12, 2023

MPs vote against permanent stamp duty cut

Jan 11, 2023

Blow to students as loan rise dwarfed by inflation

Jan 11, 2023

Unions attack government’s anti-strike plans as ambulance workers walk out

Jan 10, 2023

Government confirms there are no plans to extend or replace Help to Buy

Jan 05, 2023

Government to introduce ‘anti-strike’ legislation

Nov 16, 2022

Council tax would need to rise 20% to fill funding gap

Nov 07, 2022

Rising mortgage rates will push 400,000 people into poverty

May 25, 2022

Government to announce multibillion-pound cost of living help

May 24, 2022

Government coffers swell £11bn in the year to April

May 18, 2022

How could the cost-of-living crisis be eased?

May 10, 2022

Queen’s Speech: Energy, fake reviews, package travel and evictions on the agenda

May 03, 2022

Emergency mortgage support fund call for ‘homeowners on the brink’

Apr 27, 2022

Annual MOTs could be scrapped

Apr 13, 2022

Homebuilders ‘pledge’ to fix unsafe tall buildings

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