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Want to vote in the general election? You MUST be registered by Monday

Anyone planning to vote in June's general election who isn't on the electoral roll has to register by Monday 22 May

16 May 2017

MSE investigation reveals John Lewis IS 'knowingly undersold'

John Lewis's famous 'Never Knowingly Undersold' policy has been called into question after it failed to reduce prices

16 May 2017

Banks still failing to protect customers from losing 'life-changing sums' to fraudsters, consumer body claims

Research by a consumer group suggests banks are still failing to protect customers from bank transfer fraud

16 May 2017

Ofgem postpones energy 'switching database' plans

The energy regulator has put back plans to introduce a 'switching database'

15 May 2017

Potholes and ruined roads cause car misery for thousands

The RAC reports a spike in vehicles damaged due to potholes in the first quarter of 2017 despite mild weather

15 May 2017

Sainsbury's second supermarket to cut price of cosmetic cotton buds after MSE investigation

Sainsbury's has followed Tesco in cutting the price of its own-brand cotton buds after an MSE investigation

12 May 2017

Tax-Free Childcare website hit by 'intermittent' technical issues

Parents applying online for a Government scheme to help with childcare costs have been unable to log in multiple times

12 May 2017

Three to extend 'Feel At Home' offer – but some WILL still pay to use data in EU after roaming charges 'ban'

Three is adding to its list of countries with free roaming, but you'll still face a limit on your data use in the EU

12 May 2017

New energy heavyweight promises to 'roll over' customers onto cheapest deal when tariff ends

New energy heavyweight launches deal to switch existing customer to its cheapest tariff when an offer ends.

12 May 2017

Cold-calling firm Keurboom fined record £400,000 by watchdog

A cold-calling firm has been fined a record £400,000 after it made nearly 100 million nuisance calls in just 18 months

11 May 2017