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Prime Minister Theresa May commits to no new fuel duty increases

Wednesday, 03 October 2018 | News

Motorists under pressure will be relieved that the Prime Minister has committed the government to not increasing fuel duty.

Coins and bank notes are crawling with bugs and deadly diseases, researchers find

Wednesday, 03 October 2018 | News

If you haven’t ditched cash in favour of a card or contactless yet, you might want to think again.

Deal of the week: Boost your Isa savings with up to £225 cashback

Friday, 28 September 2018 | News

Sign up to cashback website TopCashback and you’ll earn up to £255 in cashback when you open an Isa.

Is it time for our cash to go green?

Tuesday, 25 September 2018 | Blog | By Helen Knapman

Perhaps it’s time we all took a long hard look at where our money is going.

Petrol could fall by 3p a litre as price war looms

Monday, 05 November 2018 | News

Petrol prices could fall by as much as £1.50 a tank if wholesale price falls trigger a supermarket price war, the AA says.

Deal of the week: Get a free MOT with Halfords

Friday, 21 September 2018 | News

Buy anything from a Halfords store or online and get a free MOT.

Scam watch: Energy theft costing every household in the UK £20 per year

Thursday, 20 September 2018 | News

Households are being put in physical danger, and losing money to energy theft, according to Crimestoppers. 

Tesco launches cut-price supermarket chain called "Jack's", with two stores set to open

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | News

Shoppers have a new supermarket option to consider as Tesco launches a new cut-price brand named after the firm’s founder.

£12 billion Sainsbury’s-Asda merger referred for 'in-depth' investigation

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | News

The proposed £12 billion merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda Group has been referred for an in-depth investigation by the competition watchdog.

Stop charging customers for phones they already own, Citizens Advice tells mobile contract providers

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | News

Mobile phone users are being ripped off by up to £38 per month because providers continue to charge them for a phone they already own once their contract ends, says Citizens Advice.