MoneySavingExpert News

November

Barratts Shoes in administration again: Q&A on your rights

Footwear retailer Barratts has gone into administration for the third time in five years, it's been announced today

11 November 2013

Blockbuster back into administration: What next for customers and staff?

Movie and gaming rental firm Blockbuster has gone into administration again, it's been announced today

11 November 2013

Ed Miliband backs MSE's call to ban payday loan ads from kids' TV

Labour's leader warns he will change the law if his party is elected and advertising watchdogs don't act

11 November 2013

Barclays to open bank branches in Asda stores

Barclays is to start testing out bank branches in Asda stores early next year

8 November 2013

Thames Water told it can't hike bills by 8%

Ofwat says Thames Water's 8% one-off increase to households' average bills of £354 can't be justified

8 November 2013

Lloyds launches Everyday Offers cashback: Is it any good?

Lloyds Bank has become the latest to introduce cashback on certain debit card purchases, but is its scheme any good?

7 November 2013

Share your data with consumers, utilities and finance firms told

Companies are being encouraged to share customer's information under the Government's 'midata' scheme

7 November 2013

Universal credit: Most claimants unprepared, Citizens Advice says

Most people who will be claiming the new universal credit aren't prepared for the changeover, Citizens Advice says

6 November 2013

British Airways' hand luggage-only fares: Do they beat Easyjet and Ryanair?

BA rolled out cut-price hand luggage-only fares last month, but are they cheaper than budget giants Easyjet and Ryanair?

5 November 2013

Payday lenders slammed at Select Committee

Martin joined other consumer groups, regulators and payday loan firms at a Select Committee hearing into the industry

5 November 2013