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Package holiday protection to be extended from 2017

Travellers who book holidays online from the end of 2017 will be better protected, according to the Government

London Tube and bus fares to rise by 1%

Tube and bus fares in London will rise by 1% on average from 2 January 2016

Crown Currency Exchange director jailed for three years over fraud

A Crown Currency Exchange director has been jailed for fraud after thousands of traders were left without their money

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

Parking campaigner fails to challenge 'excessive' charge at Supreme Court

A motorist who mounted legal proceedings against a private parking firm has lost the case at The Supreme Court

Mobile roaming charges will be scrapped in June 2017, confirms EU Parliament

Mobile users will pay exactly the same to talk, text or surf the web on their handsets in the EU as they do at home

The cheapest time to book millions of Easyjet summer 2016 seats?

It seems odd to talk about summer 2016 before we've got to winter, yet there are some urgent booking tips taking off now

Today's the day to bag the cheapest Christmas train tickets

To get cheap train tickets sadly involves tactics - one of those is timing it right, and now's the moment for Xmas

VW emissions scandal: what does it mean for you?

The owners of nearly 1.2 million cars in the UK have been told their diesel vehicles contain emissions cheating software

VW scandal: motorists 'won't pay more road tax'

Motorists won't have to pay more in road tax if their vehicles are fitted with software used to cheat emissions tests

Airline passengers to get ombudsman, but they may have to wait till spring to use it

Ombudsman Services has been approved to take on complaints about airlines and to deliver legally binding decisions

1.2m UK vehicles to be 'corrected' in Volkswagen emissions scandal

Volkswagen says it will contact affected UK customers 'step-by-step'