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Reform of Section 75 credit card protection mooted as more caught out by loophole

A loophole in Section 75 consumer credit card protection could be reviewed in the next Parliament

24 May 2017

Cancelled flight? Airlines must now tell you DIRECTLY

Airlines now have to tell passengers directly if their flights are cancelled.

24 May 2017

Travelex to scrap Supercard due to 'higher than anticipated' costs

Currency bureau Travelex is to axe the Supercard, with cardholders told they won't be able to use it after 24 July

24 May 2017

Government childcare website dogged by technical issues continues to cause problems for parents

Users are still having technical problems with government childcare websites two weeks after MSE first reported it

23 May 2017

Midnight deadline to register to vote in the general election

Want to vote in next month's general election but not yet on the electoral roll? You have to register by 11.59pm Monday.

22 May 2017

Mobile phone customers could switch network with a single text to their old provider, Ofcom suggests

New proposals from Ofcom would allow mobile phone customers to switch suppliers with just a single text if adopted

22 May 2017

Admiral auto-renewal letters over-stated how much customers paid

Admiral has sent auto-renewal letters showing 'last year's premium' as the amount quoted, instead of that actually paid.

19 May 2017

Car giant Ford gears up to launch market-leading regular savings

New savings provider Ford Money, owned by the US car manufacturer, is turning its focus to regular savings

18 May 2017

Tories promise energy price cap and 'fair markets for consumers' as parties unveil manifestos

The Conservative Party has launched its General Election manifesto which includes a range of measures to help consumers

18 May 2017

Halve broadband costs or treble the speed

The key to cheap broadband is to snap up short-lived promo deals, and right now there are two corkers.

17 May 2017