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June

EHIC application system crash 'in no way connected' to referendum result

Travellers have been unable to apply for or renew their European Health Insurance Card following a technical fault

27 June 2016

Energy firms to be allowed to contact rivals' customers to offer better deals

The competition watchdog has said its new database to help boost energy switching won't lead to customers getting spam

24 June 2016

Martin's Brexit Q&A: Mortgages, savings, the pound - what it means for you

Martin answers initial questions thrown up in the wake of Brexit – covering topics from interest rates to Eurovision

24 June 2016

Get up to 6% savings interest TAX-FREE

Many accounts pay a pittance – urgently shift to boost interest

22 June 2016

You DON'T need a polling card to vote in the EU referendum

If you want to vote in tomorrow's EU referendum, you can do so even if you've lost or didn't get a polling card

22 June 2016

Data hacking victims should have help claiming compensation, report finds

Victims of data breaches may soon find it easier to claim compensation following a parliamentary report

20 June 2016

Rewards scheme unveiled for Android Pay users – could you benefit?

Android Pay app users will soon be able to access monthly deals on treats ranging from frappuccinos to food deliveries

20 June 2016

Airlines' extra fees on regulator's radar – how you can swerve these charges

The practice of airlines charging extra fees will be reviewed by the regulator to see if they're unfair on passengers

20 June 2016

Student loans petition could be debated despite Government rejection

The Government has rejected a petition on the retrospective hike in the cost of loans for more than two million students

17 June 2016

School dinners chaos after parents caught out by revamp of ParentPay system

An overhaul of school payment system ParentPay has caused mass confusion among many of the 2 million parents who use it

16 June 2016