MSE News

July

Uni fees cap to rise to £9,250 next year

English and Welsh universities have been given the go-ahead to hike maximum tuition fees to £9,250 from next August

21 July 2016

Lite version of Santander 123 account is launched – how does it stack up?

Santander has launched a 'lite' version of its 123 current account in a bid to attract lower-earning customers

21 July 2016

Voice recognition to replace passwords for 1.3 million First Direct customers 'within two months' – what to expect

If you're a First Direct customer you'll soon be able to access your account details without having to give a password

21 July 2016

14 ways to make quick cash

Tricks and tips to make £100s or even £1,000s, some within weeks

20 July 2016

Cheapest energy deals disappearing – is now your last chance to save £300/year?

Super-cheap energy deals are starting to disappear, exclusive MSE research has found

20 July 2016

Fewer than 1% of current accounts switched in 2016

Switching is rising, but from a tiny base as just 0.8% of the 68m accounts were switched in the first half of 2016

20 July 2016

Britain's biggest bank tarts revealed: 'We made £1,565 switching'

MoneySavers who've racked up £100s by switching banks have battled it out for the title of Britain's biggest bank tart

19 July 2016

Savers could get texts or email alerts when rates drop

Digital reminders about interest rate changes have been given the thumbs up by consumers

19 July 2016

MPs debate retrospective student loan changes in Parliament

The long-awaited parliamentary debate on retrospective changes to the student loans agreement is taking place today

18 July 2016

Turkey crisis – your travel rights

The crisis in Turkey means thousands of holidaymakers have had their travel plans thrown into chaos

16 July 2016

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