Charges for forced installations will be capped and the most vulnerable will be totally exempt, says Ofgem
Over 300,000 owing an average of £14,000 each turned to StepChange for help between January and June
Millions are spending at least 40% of their wages on debt repayments, research has found
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The FCA is proposing doing more to signal the end of promotional periods in its final credit card report
Councils are too quick to call in bailiffs, use court orders and demand upfront payments, says Citizens Advice
A major new study has found over 70% of those with mental health problems believe their condition has hit their finances
Stark survey results showing the poor treatment of people in debt have reignited calls for a 'breathing space' scheme
The personal savings allowance has launched so most people's money's now in the wrong place – shift it to boost interest
The Money Advice Service is to be replaced by a new "slimmed down" guidance body
A new policy institute dedicated to breaking the link between mental illness and money problems has been launched
Give those in debt crisis 'breathing space' to buy food, Martin Lewis and StepChange urge Government
MSE's Martin Lewis and charity StepChange have called on the Government to help those struggling with temporary debt
Martin Lewis tackles cutting the cost of different types of debt one at a time.
The Financial Conduct Authority says more could be done to help struggling borrowers with credit card debt
Sheffield City Council has supported the setup of a not-for-profit organisation tackling unfair access to finance