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Pension minister vows 'no concessions' for WASPI - so is this the end of the road?

Women battling against increases in the state pension age have been told they won't succeed in forcing a compromise

First-time buyer bonuses under Lifetime ISAs to come at exchange, after Help to Buy controversy

First-time buyers will be able to get a state bonus towards a first home when they exchange under the LISA scheme

Lifetime ISA on track for April 2017 launch

The Government is sticking by previous proposals to launch a Lifetime ISA in April 2017

Martin Lewis urges Government to treat students as 'citizens, not just consumers' during Commons evidence session

Martin Lewis has today implored the Government to treat students "as voters and citizens, not just consumers"

Cheaper train fares on the way with planned ticket overhaul

Train travellers should be able to more easily pick the cheapest fares for their journey under proposals for a shake-up

Uni fees cap to rise to £9,250 next year

English and Welsh universities have been given the go-ahead to hike maximum tuition fees to £9,250 from next August

MPs debate retrospective student loan changes in Parliament

The long-awaited parliamentary debate on retrospective changes to the student loans agreement is taking place today

Student loans petition given the go-ahead for parliamentary debate

A petition calling for the end of retrospective changes to the student loans agreement has sparked a Westminster debate

Student loans repayment threshold discussed in Parliament – but petition could spark bigger debate

The Government's U-turn on a promise to increase the threshold of student loan repayments has been debated in Parliament

EHIC application system crash 'in no way connected' to referendum result

Travellers have been unable to apply for or renew their European Health Insurance Card following a technical fault

You DON'T need a polling card to vote in the EU referendum

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

Data hacking victims should have help claiming compensation, report finds

Victims of data breaches may soon find it easier to claim compensation following a parliamentary report