Cold Weather Payments
More cold weather payments triggered in England and Wales – can you get £75 towards your energy bills?
Cold weather payments worth £25 have now been triggered for residents in over 500 postcode areas in England and Wales, as last week's cold snap continues.
23 January 2023
Councils awarded £100m to deal with potholes and other weather damage
Councils are to share an extra £100 million to help them repair potholes and other storm damage
26 March 2018
Almost two million to receive cold weather payments - check if you're eligible
Almost two million households will receive cold weather payments of £25 each
7 March 2018
Commuters and holidaymakers in meltdown as snow hits the UK – your rights explained
Heavy snow and high winds sweeping large parts of the UK are likely to cause travel chaos
12 January 2017
Hidden British Gas £270-a-year saving
Is your energy company screwing you? Slashing the amount you pay really isn't difficult -it takes just minutes
4 November 2015
The Winter MoneySaving Checklist
12 essential must-dos NOW to insulate you and your wallet
29 September 2015
Winter chill sparks cold weather payments
Those eligible for cold weather payments get £25 for each seven day period of bitterly chilly conditions
13 December 2012
More help urged over fuel poverty
Poor families struggling to heat their homes are not getting the help they need from energy suppliers, a charity warns
4 January 2012
Brace yourself for record winter energy bills
16 December 2010
Cold weather payments: who qualifies?
The freezing temperatures across the UK have triggered the benefit payout, but how does it work?
2 December 2010
Martin: Perfect couples' banking
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Car insurance costs set to rocket
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