MSE News

April

Ryanair to pass on budget pain for flights from Spain

Ryanair customers on a flight from Spain this summer could be forced to pay more, even if they have a ticket already

20 April 2012

When is a tracker mortgage not a tracker?

Mortgage holders who believe their tracker rate is pegged to the Bank of England base rate could be in for a nasty shock

20 April 2012

Pension system 'too complex'

Pensions need to be made as attractive to consumers as saving into Isas, a report from the Institute of Directors says

20 April 2012

MSE and Which? launch 'reclaim for free' PPI campaign

We've joined forces with Which? to increase awareness of how easy it is for consumers to reclaim for free

19 April 2012

British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fuel compensation still possible, as BA fine halved

Millions of British Airways and Virgin passengers could be due refunds after the pair unfairly hiked charges

19 April 2012

Barclaycard introduces contactless 'PayTag'

Millions of Barclaycard Visa credit card customers will be able to make contactless payments using a PayTag sticker

19 April 2012

Compensation due after HomeServe fined £750,000 for silent calls

Ofcom has today fined HomeServe for making silent calls, but those affected can claim back £10 compensation

19 April 2012

Water users sold 'unnecessary' pipe insurance

Most of the UK's biggest water companies are promoting potentially unnecessary supply pipe insurance says Which?

18 April 2012

Building society breaks tracker mortgage deal to quadruple rates

A group of Manchester Building Society mortgage holders face an unprecedented rise in home loan costs of £1,000s

17 April 2012

2012 starters to pay 6.6% on student loans

Hundreds of thousands of students who start university this year are likely to face interest rates of 6.6%

17 April 2012

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