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Stop GPs charging people in debt crisis up to £150 for mental health paperwork!

Money and Mental Health wants doctors to stop charging people with mental health problems to fill in debt help forms

Money Advice Service and pension advice services to be replaced by new single body

The Money Advice Service and two existing pension advice services will be merged into a new single body

Mobile networks agree to scrap unlocking charges

All major mobile networks have dropped unlocking charges for pay monthly customers outside their minimum contract term

Refunds for packed trains and broken toilets now a possibility following legal extension – what you need to know

Train passengers may now be able to claim a refund for issues other than delays – such as overcrowding and broken loos

'Mum was living with someone with dementia so she got £3,000 council tax back.' Can you reclaim?

10,000s of people who've lived with someone with a 'severe mental impairment' may be able to reclaim council tax

Revealed: Hidden 27% rise in university costs for parents of new starters in England

Parents of students going to university are facing a large hidden hike in the amount they are expected to contribute

Council gives parents temporary reprieve on some term-time holidays

Derbyshire County Council is thought to be the first in the country to temporarily scrap many term-time holiday fines

Pension minister vows 'no concessions' for WASPI - so is this the end of the road?

Women battling against increases in the state pension age have been told they won't succeed in forcing a compromise

First-time buyer bonuses under Lifetime ISAs to come at exchange, after Help to Buy controversy

First-time buyers will be able to get a state bonus towards a first home when they exchange under the LISA scheme

Lifetime ISA on track for April 2017 launch

The Government is sticking by previous proposals to launch a Lifetime ISA in April 2017

Martin Lewis urges Government to treat students as 'citizens, not just consumers' during Commons evidence session

Martin Lewis has today implored the Government to treat students "as voters and citizens, not just consumers"

Cheaper train fares on the way with planned ticket overhaul

Train travellers should be able to more easily pick the cheapest fares for their journey under proposals for a shake-up