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Millions could face an EARLIER deadline to reclaim PPI

If you think you may have been mis-sold PPI, don't assume you've got until the advertised 2019 deadline to reclaim

'I avoided debt thanks to £45,000 in PPI reclaims'

A self-employed IT consultant who was left without work has avoided going into debt after reclaiming £45,000 in PPI

High Court judge to consider bid for judicial review of PPI reclaim deadline

A PPI claims has applied to the High Court for a judicial review of the FCA's decision to set a time-bar on claims

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

PPI complaints dominate FCA data as clock ticks down to reclaim deadline

Consumers received almost £1.9bn in redress during the second half of 2016, with PPI topping the complaints list

Petition calling for recall of fire-risk Whirlpool dryers set to trigger parliamentary debate

The Government faces having to find time after the election to discuss the need to recall all faulty Whirlpool dryers

Legal challenge to PPI deadline launched

The FCA has been sent a letter kick-starting the legal process which could lead to a judicial review of the PPI deadline

PPI reclaim deadline: Martin's 5 must-knows

The regulator is cutting off PPI reclaims - if you HAVE or EVER HAD a loan, credit card, mortgage, etc. take note

PPI remains most complained-about product as claims deadline looms

Problems with PPI still make up more than half of all complaints received by the Financial Ombudsman Service

Delayed Southern Rail and Thameslink passengers wrongly denied compensation after 'technical issue'

Passengers hit by strikes and delays on services run by Govia have been wrongly told they won't get compensation

Energy customers owed £97m by their ex-suppliers – check if you're due a refund

Energy customers whose accounts were in credit when they closed them have been refunded almost £670 million since 2014

Households facing sharp rise in council tax bills over next two years – do you qualify for a discount?

Local authorities in England will be given the go-ahead to plug the gap in social care funding by raising council tax

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