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Deal of the week: Mother's Day special discount deals round up

Mother’s Day is nearly here so why not show her how special she is with the perfect gift.

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This week's top 10 cheap eats

In partnership with VoucherCodes.co.uk, Moneywise brings you the top 10 cheap eat offers currently available this week in order of popularity.

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Food and drink prices rise as inflation edges higher

Inflation edged up slightly last month after hitting a two-year low in January, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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Sainsbury’s and Asda promise to cut prices by 10% and criticise competition watchdog’s investigation into merger

Sainsbury’s and Asda say they will cut prices by '£1 billion a year' if the proposed merger between the supermarket giants goes ahead.

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Can you really bag a bargain at Outlet Stores?

Discount villages and online outlet stores can appear a shoppers’ paradise, with prices slashed on high street and designer items. But are the goods you buy worth their cheaper price tag or is all not as it seems?

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Stephen Hawking commemorated on new 50p blackhole coin

Professor Stephen Hawking is being commemorated on a new 50p coin unveiled by the Royal Mint today.

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Scam watch: beware pug bandits selling pets and accessories online that don’t exist

Prospective pet owners should be careful of adverts for pets from fraudsters, Action Fraud is warning.

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Popcorn and smart speakers are added to the 'basket of goods' used to measure inflation - but envelopes are out

Popcorn and smart speakers have been added to the basket of goods used to measure inflation by the Office for National Statistics. 

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Rent-to-own firms face price cap from April but customers could still be charged double the value of the product

The UK financial watchdog is introducing a price cap on rent-to-own firms to protect vulnerable customers

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Haggling with retailers and service providers could save you £477 a year on bills

While haggling might feel a little bit awkward, British consumers are increasingly using it to get a better price.

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