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Motor insurance rates expected to rise yet further as 'whiplash reforms' are axed

Car insurance rates could be put into overdrive following the decision to scrap plans to introduce 'whiplash reforms'

Probate fee hike ditched by Government - but plan could be revisited after election

Proposals to drastically raise probate charges have been ditched - however the controversial plans could resurface

Probate fees set to skyrocket from next month, despite parliamentary challenge

The cost of sorting out someone's property, money and possessions after they've died are set to increase by up to £20k

Inheritance tax changes to be rolled out from tomorrow - what it means for you

Parents will be able to leave homes worth up to £850,000 to their children without them paying inheritance tax

Less than half of providers will offer free 30 hours of weekly childcare, survey finds

Parents may struggle to take advantage of a Government scheme to deliver 30 hours of free childcare a week

Over 64? This is your LAST CHANCE to boost your state pension

If you're a woman aged 64 or a man aged 66 or older, urgently check if it's worth topping up your state pension

State pension age should go up again, report recommends

Millions of workers in their early 40s face having to wait an extra year to collect their state pension

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

Government considers providing poorest schoolgirls with free sanitary products

The Government is to consider whether to supply the UK's poorest schoolgirls with free sanitary products

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

Cost of NHS prescriptions and dental care to rise next month

The charge for an NHS prescription and NHS dental care in England will rise from 1 April, the Government has announced

National insurance hike for self-employed axed in Budget U-turn

Plans to raise national insurance rates payable by the self-employed have been scrapped by Chancellor Philip Hammond

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