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Autumn Statement 2015: Hidden retrospective hike in student loans repayments a 'disgrace'

Millions of graduates will have to repay more of their loans as the Government's U-turned on a promise it made

Autumn Statement 2015: 'Homes to save £30 on energy bills'

The current Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme will be replaced by a new energy efficiency scheme from April 2017

Autumn Statement 2015: Chancellor cancels planned tax credit cuts

The Government has today announced a U-turn on major tax credit cuts proposed in the Summer Budget

Autumn Statement 2015: Stamp duty hike on buy-to-let and second homes

People buying additional property face a 3 percentage point surcharge on stamp duty rates

Autumn Statement 2015: ISA limits frozen

Today's Autumn Statement reveals the ISA, JISA and CTF thresholds will be frozen next year

More providers to offer Help to Buy ISAs

HSBC, Aldermore, Clydesdale Bank, and Newcastle Building Society are the latest to say they'll offer Help to Buy ISAs

Flights between the UK and Sharm el-Sheikh suspended: your rights

Holidaymakers have been left in the lurch after UK flights to and from Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt have been suspended

Households to get second £12 electricity rebate

Electricity customers will get a £12 rebate off their energy bill this winter as a result of Government green levy moves

Voluntary Living Wage set to rise next year

Workers receiving the Living Wage will see an increase in pay when the UK rate rises by 40p/hour to £8.25/hour

Car insurance prices set to spiral by 15% this year, says the AA

The news comes as the AA publishes its latest British Insurance Premium Index

State pension to rise by at least 2.5% next April

Today's inflation announcement means the basic state pension will rise by at least 2.5% next April

The state pension top up – Martin's three-minute 'should you do it?' briefing

On Monday, a scheme launches allowing millions of people to buy a top up to boost their pension by up to £25/week