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New 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation – what you need to know

Britain's iconic £1 coin is to be phased out after more than three decades in circulation by a 12-sided replacement

Tesco Orchard product testing freebie site to close

Supermarket heavyweight Tesco has announced it will be shutting down its product-testing website 'The Orchard at Tesco'

Shoe store Brantano slides back into administration - what you need to know

Brantano has called in administrators for the second time in just over a year

Waitrose to axe free tea and coffee next month

Waitrose is ending its free tea and coffee perk and has announced anyone wanting the drink offer must make a purchase

Boots now giving VAT discounts at airports – but you'll need to show your boarding pass

Airport customers travelling outside the EU can now claim a discount at Boots on items priced £5 or more

Sainsbury's cancels spring Nectar 'double-up' promo

Nectar collectors have been dealt a blow after Sainsbury's confirmed it's cancelled its spring double-up event

Topcashback users logged in to wrong accounts after recurring security glitch

A security glitch at Topcashback has caused hundreds of users to be 'partially' logged in to someone else's account

Budget 2017: Cost of mobile roaming outside the EU set to rise

Mobile roaming outside the EU will be subject to UK VAT, the Chancellor has announced

Budget 2017: Smokers to be hit by new 'floor price' tax on cigarette packs

No change to previously planned alcohol and tobacco duty rises - but an effective floor price on cigarette packs is set

Buying a new iPhone, iPad or Mac? Apple deal lets you spread the cost over a year INTEREST-FREE

Apple's running a deal which allows those buying a new iPhone, iPad, Mac or other device to pay for it over 12 months.

Chancellor to set out plans to stop 'subscription traps' and simplify small print in Budget

Plans to tackle unclear T&Cs and fine companies that mistreat consumers will be outlined on Wednesday

Anti-waste charity calls for review into 'use by' dates on frequently wasted food

'Use by' dates on food and drink such as milk and yogurt could be downgraded to 'best before' dates to prevent wastage

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