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Passengers closer to victory in flight delays battle

26 February 2015

Airlines may find it harder to wriggle out of paying compensation for technical faults, following a court ruling today

Test case may force airlines to stop putting flight delay claims on hold

25 February 2015

A test case is being heard today to determine whether flight delay claims can be put on hold pending an ECJ decision

Airline ombudsman-style scheme set for launch next year

23 February 2015

Passengers with complaints about flight delays may be able to take them to an ombudsman-style scheme from 2016

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20 February 2015

Could you reclaim unfair private parking fines?

Drivers may have been illegally charged millions of pounds by overzealous private parking firms, according to the RAC

20 February 2015

Hopes of £1/litre petrol fading as prices start to rise again

The price of petrol at the pumps is slowly creeping up again, dashing motorists' hopes of an average price of £1/litre

28 January 2015

Avios and British Airways to slash points earned on cheap economy flights

Avios collectors could earn a quarter of the points they do now on BA flights from April, but there are winners

26 January 2015

Is it worth changing euros for the summer holidays now?

The euro has weakened even further over the last week and £1 can now buy you €1.34 at the spot rate

26 January 2015

Thousands make pothole damage claim

Almost 50,000 drivers made claims against councils for damage caused to their vehicles by potholes in 2013/14

20 January 2015

EE refunds £1m after mistakenly charging VAT on non-EU data

Thousands of EE and T-Mobile customers are sharing a £1 million refund after being charged incorrect VAT rates

20 January 2015

Car insurance prices set to rise 10% this year, following 2014 drop

The AA says the cost of insurance fell over the last three months, but warns current lows may be as good as it gets

13 January 2015

Young drivers save on car insurance thanks to telematics

Car insurance prices may be rising, but the use of pay-as-you-drive schemes is helping young drivers keep costs down

12 January 2015

Supermarkets cut fuel prices again after one Birmingham station goes under £1/litre

If you're planning on filling up your car at Asda or Morrisons, hold off until tomorrow as petrol prices will be cut

6 January 2015

Promises of cheaper self-service rail tickets overblown

The benefits of reforms to give commuters access to the cheapest train fares at machines have been vastly exaggerated

5 January 2015

Further supermarket petrol price cuts bring RAC's predicted £1 a litre closer

Asda and Morrisons will cut petrol prices at all forecourts by up to 2p/litre from tomorrow

2 January 2015

Rail passengers using self-service machines to get a better deal

Commuters will be told about the cheapest train fares available from March as part of a new rail fare code of conduct

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