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Boost for broadband users as Government plans 10Mbps minimum speed

Broadband users have received a boost in the form of plans to introduce the legal right to a "fast broadband connection"

Chancellor writes to lenders after 'mortgage prisoner' meeting with Martin Lewis – but more must be done

George Osborne has written to lenders following a meeting with Martin Lewis about the plight of 'mortgage prisoners'

Lack of home phone usage among under-65s fuels calls to end line rental charge

The vast majority of MoneySavingExpert.com users aged under 65 would appear to be hanging up their home phones for good

Regulator admits 'mortgage prisoner' problem as Martin meets George Osborne

The FCA admits mortgage lenders "could be more proactive" in making sure homeowners don't become 'mortgage prisoners'

PPI victims handing over £5bn to claims sharks – reclaim £1,000s yourself for free

Opportunistic claims management companies are siphoning off up to a third of compensation cash paid to consumers

Warning: TV licence loophole could close this autumn

Viewers who watch the BBC online may have to pay for a TV licence from this autumn, amid funding changes

Google bans payday loan ads to protect users from 'harmful financial products'

Payday lenders will no longer be able to advertise on Google from 13 July

Mega merger between Three and O2 blocked amid price rise concerns

A multi-billion pound merger between O2 and Three has been blocked over concerns about potential customer price rises

Have you lost a pension worth £10,000s? Use a new online tool to track it down

Millions of people who’ve lost track of private pension savings can now be reunited with their hard-earned cash

Guest comment: Vulnerable prepay energy customers must be first to receive smart meters

Labour MP Dawn Butler accuses the big six of lining their pockets by "taking money from the poorest customers" on prepay

Options to improve tipping practices laid out on the table – have your say

Restaurants could be forced to take automatically applied discretional service charges off the menu

Nuisance callers banned from hiding behind withheld numbers

Cold callers who continue to bombard people with unwanted calls via withheld numbers face fines of up to £2.5 million