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Cheap drains, trains & automobile (travel)

Whether you're Driving Home for Xmas or leaving your Home Alone, we've tips to cut travel costs and protect your home

Motorists filling up at Asda and Morrisons forecourts will pay under £1/litre for petrol

Drivers filling up at Asda and Morrisons will pay under the £1/litre mark for petrol from today

Average rail fares to rise by 1.1% from January

Rail commuters in England, Scotland and Wales face an average price rise of 1.1% for journeys taken from 2 January 2016

Autumn Statement 2015: What it means for you

Today's Autumn Statement saw a hidden retrospective hike in student loans repayments, a U-turn on cutting tax credits

Autumn Statement 2015: Compensation for 15-minute train delays planned

Commuters will be able to claim compensation for train delays of just 15 minutes, under new plans revealed today

Ryanair passengers to be able to complain to Ombudsman Services

Passengers flying with Ryanair will soon be able to get a legally binding decision on flight delay gripes

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