MSE News

October

UK escapes recession

The UK climbed out of the double-dip recession with a bang between July and September as the economy returned to growth

25 October 2012

How cheap is the iPad Mini?

A cheaper version of the iPad appears next week, which may appeal to those who can't afford a standard Apple tablet

25 October 2012

Hope for 'mortgage prisoners' amid lending clampdown

Mortgage holders trapped on expensive deals because lenders are stricter have been given some hope under new rules

25 October 2012

Asda, Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury's cut petrol prices

The big four are cutting prices at the pumps, but the supermarkets aren't necessarily the cheapest for fuel

24 October 2012

Funding concerns over elderly care

The Government is failing to adequately plan for the care needed by our rapidly ageing population, says a new survey

24 October 2012

PPI reclaiming bill tops £6bn

The FSA's latest figure brings the total amount paid out for mis-sold PPI since January 2011 to £6.5 billion

24 October 2012

Flight delay compensation floodgates open

The European Court of Justice has today ruled passengers can claim compensation for three-hour delays

23 October 2012

ALL borrowers should benefit from lower mortgage rates, says Which?

Lower borrowing costs should be passed on to all borrowers, not just those with significant equity, it is claimed

23 October 2012

Car insurance down but home insurance up, says AA

Car insurance prices fell over the last three months, while home insurance premiums rose, according to the AA

23 October 2012

EE reveals 4G mobile prices... which aren't cheap

Mobile users who want to use the new superfast 4G mobile network face steeper costs when it launches next week

23 October 2012

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