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Drivers face further insurance price hikes as insurers backtrack on premium reduction promise

Car cover premiums are expected to rise after insurers backtracked on previous promises to reduce rates

Savers to lose out as Premium Bond prizes are slashed

Cuts to premium bond prizes are to be rolled out in May by National Savings and Investments

At uni in England between 1998 and 2012? If so, the Govt is about to sell off your student loan

The Government has promised the upcoming sale of student loan debt will not impact graduates in any way

Tax credit claimants who didn't appeal Concentrix decisions will have cases reviewed by HMRC

People who didn't appeal decisions made by Concentrix to amend or cancel their claim will have their cases reviewed

Future widowed parents face being 'pushed onto the breadline' by bereavement payout changes

A new Government payment scheme for widowed parents could end up pushing parents "onto the breadline"

Bereavement changes leave future widowed parents with less support

Future widowed parents of young children could miss out on £1,000s once changes to a Government scheme are rolled out

Stop the charge VICTORY: PM to end 'unfair' GP charges for mental health debt forms

The Government is to review the practice of NHS doctors charging people with mental health problems for debt help forms

Energy bills to rise £30/year by 2020 to ward off winter blackouts, MPs warn

Energy customers may have to fork out £30 more a year on their bills by 2020 to prevent winter blackouts

Households facing sharp rise in council tax bills over next two years – do you qualify for a discount?

Local authorities in England will be given the go-ahead to plug the gap in social care funding by raising council tax

Chancellor says the retrospective hike in student loans is to help sell them off

The potential sale of student loan debt has been cited by the Chancellor as a reason not to stop retrospective changes

Improvements to help rail passengers find cheaper tickets on track for next year

A raft of measures to help passengers find cheaper train tickets have been unveiled today

MP campaigns for child funeral costs to be paid by Government

Labour MP Carolyn Harris believes grieving families should no longer have to pay £1,000s to lay their children to rest

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