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May

Check NOW if hackers have stolen your data after LinkedIn and MySpace hacks

There has been a spate of recent high-profile data breaches exposing millions of users' data

31 May 2016

EU referendum – one week to register to vote

EU referendum – one week to register to vote

31 May 2016

Sainsbury's £2.60 prosecco trick suddenly pulled – what you need to know

Sainsbury's has outrageously reneged on its £2.60 prosecco trick, after sending a mass email to customers

31 May 2016

Student loan hike petition set for parliamentary debate after hitting 100,000 signatures

Politicians are expected to debate a retrospective hike in the cost of student loans following a petition

31 May 2016

Eligible for carer's credit? You're putting your state pension at risk by not claiming

Up to 200,000 people are putting their state pension in jeopardy by not claiming carer's credit

27 May 2016

You can now opt out of cold calls with just one text

Mobile users plagued by annoying cold calls can now send a free text to join a register that blacklists your number

27 May 2016

Pension exit fees could be capped at 1% from next March

The amount charged to people who want to withdraw or transfer money from their pension early may be capped at 1%

26 May 2016

Payday loans and packaged bank accounts climb complaints league – but PPI remains top by a distance

Payday loans and packaged bank account complaints have skyrocketed during 2015/16, but PPI remains top of the league

26 May 2016

Travelling to a country with the Zika virus? Your refund and rebooking rights

If you've booked a trip to a country where Zika is rife and are pregnant you should be able to rearrange or get a refund

26 May 2016

3.2 million could have paid the wrong tax amid HMRC job cuts chaos

3.2 million could have paid the wrong tax amid HMRC job cuts

25 May 2016

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