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Max savings & mortgages after base rate cut

As historic 0.25% low signals new era of rate changes, protect YOUR money, earn up to 6% savings & check your mortgage

Amex slashes cashback rates on market-leading cards

The Platinum Everyday top rate has fallen from 1.25% to 1%, and those with the standard Platinum will earn less too

Just five big mortgage lenders commit to cutting their SVRs after base rate drop

Mortgage providers appear reluctant to commit to reducing their standard variable rate following the base rate cut

Bank of England cuts base rate to 0.25% – what it means for you

The Bank of England has cut the base rate for the first time in more than seven years, reducing it to 0.25%

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Uni fees cap to rise to £9,250 next year

English and Welsh universities have been given the go-ahead to hike maximum tuition fees to £9,250 from next August

10-year 2.39% fix mortgage – should you grab it?

The newspapers are full of stories about the Coventry Building Society's 10 year fixed rate mortgage deal, at 2.39%

Student loans petition given the go-ahead for parliamentary debate

A petition calling for the end of retrospective changes to the student loans agreement has sparked a Westminster debate

New 0.99% mortgage – but is now the time?

You can slash your EXISTING mortgage costs by £1,000s with the cheapest-ever two-year-fix remortgage launched, at 0.99%

Student loans repayment threshold discussed in Parliament – but petition could spark bigger debate

The Government's U-turn on a promise to increase the threshold of student loan repayments has been debated in Parliament

'I reclaimed £35,000 owed to my late husband using MSE's PPI guide'

A widow has received life-changing compensation from HSBC after sending off our PPI template letter

Student loans petition could be debated despite Government rejection

The Government has rejected a petition on the retrospective hike in the cost of loans for more than two million students