Andrew Bailey, Financial Conduct Authority chief executive, says it's working to stamp out contactless card fraud
An ongoing study by the Competition and Markets Authority has raised some concerns about how well sites communicate
The Prime Minister has been urged not to let consumer rights 'fall by the wayside' during negotiations
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Britain's iconic £1 coin is to be phased out after more than three decades in circulation by a 12-sided replacement
Supermarket heavyweight Tesco has announced it will be shutting down its product-testing website 'The Orchard at Tesco'
Brantano has called in administrators for the second time in just over a year
Waitrose is ending its free tea and coffee perk and has announced anyone wanting the drink offer must make a purchase
Airport customers travelling outside the EU can now claim a discount at Boots on items priced £5 or more
Nectar collectors have been dealt a blow after Sainsbury's confirmed it's cancelled its spring double-up event
A security glitch at Topcashback has caused hundreds of users to be 'partially' logged in to someone else's account
Mobile roaming outside the EU will be subject to UK VAT, the Chancellor has announced
No change to previously planned alcohol and tobacco duty rises - but an effective floor price on cigarette packs is set
Apple's running a deal which allows those buying a new iPhone, iPad, Mac or other device to pay for it over 12 months.
Plans to tackle unclear T&Cs and fine companies that mistreat consumers will be outlined on Wednesday
'Use by' dates on food and drink such as milk and yogurt could be downgraded to 'best before' dates to prevent wastage