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June

Only one third of pupils understand the new tuition fees system

Only one third of pupils correctly understand the 2012 fees system for universities in England, a new survey reveals

27 June 2011

Online shoppers to get better protection under new EU rules

New rules to better protect EU consumers shopping over the internet have been approved by European Parliament

24 June 2011

Ocado disappoints thousands of shoppers

Ocado left thousands of users disappointed after offering a '£20 off £40' code and pulling it before many could use it

24 June 2011

Olympic tickets re-sale Q&A with Martin Lewis

Those who applied for London 2012 Olympic tickets and didn't get any can rebid today, Martin Lewis explains what to do

24 June 2011

Olympic tickets can be re-sold to friends or family

The second batch of London 2012 tickets went on sale today - but you can also re-sell tickets to friends & family

24 June 2011

Mortgage lenders fail to pass on base rate cuts

A Which? survey shows that 95% of lenders failed to fully pass on cuts in base rate to consumers

23 June 2011

Tesco Bank online log-in pain 'now over'

Tesco Bank has promised savers they should have access to their accounts soon, following a week of online problems

23 June 2011

Single mothers 'worst hit by cuts'

Single mothers will be hit the hardest by the Government's programme of benefit cuts and tax rises states new research

23 June 2011

Ofgem plans energy market overhaul & probes Scottish Power

Regulator Ofgem wants more competition and fewer tariffs to keep prices down and encourage switching

22 June 2011

Overpaid your council tax? See you in court

A London council planned to take three of its residents to court because they paid too much council tax

22 June 2011

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