A petition calling for the end of retrospective changes to the student loans agreement has sparked a Westminster debate
The Government's U-turn on a promise to increase the threshold of student loan repayments has been debated in Parliament
Travellers have been unable to apply for or renew their European Health Insurance Card following a technical fault
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If you want to vote in tomorrow's EU referendum, you can do so even if you've lost or didn't get a polling card
Victims of data breaches may soon find it easier to claim compensation following a parliamentary report
The Government has rejected a petition on the retrospective hike in the cost of loans for more than two million students
There's fresh hope for so-called 'mortgage prisoners' after one MoneySaver agreed a £3,600 saving thanks to our campaign
The Department for Education has promised to fund further legal hearings to appeal a term-time holiday High Court ruling
David Cameron has urged people to continue registering to vote after technical problems meant some missed the deadline
Stark survey results showing the poor treatment of people in debt have reignited calls for a 'breathing space' scheme
Parents should be able to pull their kids out of school to go on holiday, according to 79% of our poll respondents
Politicians are expected to debate a retrospective hike in the cost of student loans following a petition
The deadline to register to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June closes in one week – do you need to register?
Mobile users plagued by annoying cold calls can now send a free text to join a register that blacklists your number
The amount charged to people who want to withdraw or transfer money from their pension early may be capped at 1%