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Large electronic devices banned from cabins on some UK-bound flights - what you need to know

Airline passengers flying to the UK from six countries will no longer be able to carry laptops in their cabin luggage

Pensions Minister: 'No straws to clutch to' for WASPI campaigners

Pensions Minister Richard Harrington has warned it would cost too much to arrange a compromise with WASPI

Co-op extends free child funerals to all under-18s

Parents who experience the tragic loss of a child aged 16 or 17 can now benefit from free funeral arrangements

Urgent. Cheapest fibre b'band & line rent equiv to £13/mth all-in - or standard speed £5/mth

Urgent. Cheapest fibre b'band & line rent equiv to £13/mth all-in - or standard speed £5/mth

Market-leading 0.99% two-year fixed rate mortgage launches

Yorkshire Building Society is offering a new market-leading two-year fixed rate mortgage.

Budget 2017: New tax-free childcare scheme to launch next month – what we know so far

The Tax-Free Childcare scheme which gives eligible families an extra 20% towards childcare costs will launch in April

Budget 2017: Cost of mobile roaming outside the EU set to rise

Mobile roaming outside the EU will be subject to UK VAT, the Chancellor has announced

Disney holidays thrown into chaos by resort refurbishment – your rights

Families who've booked Disney trips have been told parts of their hotel will be undergoing major renovations

Pensions Minister: Tax returns could allow self-employed to build up a pension

The Pensions Minister is in favour of using self-employed people's tax returns as a way of deducting pension savings

Anti-waste charity calls for review into 'use by' dates on frequently wasted food

'Use by' dates on food and drink such as milk and yogurt could be downgraded to 'best before' dates to prevent wastage

New safety warning for Hotpoint fire risk tumble dryers – now owners told NOT to use them

Owners of affected Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda tumble dryers have been told to unplug them in U-turn on previous advice

MPs turn to MoneySavingExpert.com for report on ombudsmen effectiveness

MoneySavingExpert.com has been asked to write a report on the effectiveness of ombudsmen by a group of cross-party MPs

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