MSE News

October

Energy firms ordered to do more to help those in debt

Ofgem research has found energy firms are letting customers run up increasingly large debts before choosing to step in

16 October 2017

New fee-free overseas credit card to offer 0.5% cashback

App-based Tandem Bank is launching a top credit card for use abroad which also comes with 0.5% cashback on spending

16 October 2017

MPs to launch major new student loans inquiry

An influential group of MPs has launched a wide-ranging inquiry into the student loans system

14 October 2017

Yorkshire Building Society axes high-interest regular savings accounts

Yorkshire Building Society is shutting 66,000 high-interest regular savings accounts in December

13 October 2017

Court ruling opens door to flight delay claims for missed connections

Hundreds of thousands of travellers who have missed connecting flights with non-EU airlines could now be able to claim

13 October 2017

Ryanair wrongly denies passenger compensation for cancelled flight

Ryanair has apologised after a passenger caught up in the cancellation chaos last month was denied compensation

13 October 2017

Energy price cap legislation revealed

Draft legislation to bring in a price cap on standard variable energy tariffs has been revealed by the Government

12 October 2017

Regulator backtracks on replacement flights for inbound-only Monarch passengers

The regulator has backtracked on replacement flights for inbound-only Monarch passengers

11 October 2017

Energy regulator unveils price cap plans for 'vulnerable' households

Around a million households who receive the Warm Home Discount should save £120/year on their energy bills

11 October 2017

Millions of UK records hit by Equifax hack

More than 15 million British records were compromised by a hack earlier this year, Equifax has admitted

11 October 2017

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