Easyjet to cut free hand luggage allowance in February
Easyjet passengers will soon only be able to take a single small bag which fits under the seat in front of them into the cabin unless they pay extra for priority seating, as the airline's slashing its hand luggage allowance
1 December 2020
Hackers access nine million Easyjet customers' details
Hackers have accessed the travel details of nine million Easyjet customers
19 May 2020
Government warns against non-essential travel to Italy – here's what you need to know
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has extended its coronavirus travel advice to warn against all but essential travel to more areas in northern Italy, after the Italian authorities imposed a lockdown on more than 16 million people. We've full help if you have an upcoming trip to an affected area
10 March 2020
Airlines to be investigated over charging for allocated seats
Almost a fifth of airline passengers were separated from the rest of their group as they didn't pay extra, the CAA found
5 February 2018
Credit and debit card charges banned from Saturday - what you need to know
You should no longer be charged a fee for opting to pay by credit or debit card – but admin fees are still allowed
9 January 2018
Fury as Ryanair seats passengers 'rows apart' unless they pay to sit together
Irate passengers have accused Ryanair of routinely allocating groups of travellers seats in different rows
1 June 2017
Easyjet passengers with summer bookings told they'll have to fly on Latvian airline's planes – your rights
Passengers due to fly with Easyjet this summer may end up flying on aircraft operated by Latvian-based carrier SmartLynx
16 March 2017
Easyjet axing its free refund trick – check NOW if you can still use it
A trick that lets you claim a voucher if your flight drops in price after booking is to be axed for most
21 February 2017
20 airlines now signed up to ombudsman-style schemes for flight delays
Those denied compensation for flight delays are now more likely to be able to appeal to an ombudsman-style scheme
11 August 2016
Turkey crisis – your travel rights
The crisis in Turkey means thousands of holidaymakers have had their travel plans thrown into chaos
16 July 2016
20 October 2021
Martin's mortgage heads-up
'Can you lock in cheaply now to save £1,000s?'
Breakdown cover for TWO £54/yr
Beware Klarna's new 'pay now' service
You may lose vital protections
17 Netflix hacks
Watch Squid Games etc for less
Martin's scam ads broadside
'It's a ludicrous plan'
Ciate £148 of nail polish for £35
Via Advent calendar code
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Autumn Budget 2021: From minimum wage increases to national insurance hikes - here's what to watch out for26 October 2021Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his Autumn Budget to the House of Commons on Wednesday 25 October, where he'll set out the Government’s financial strategy.
26 October 2021Ocado and Waitrose have begun taking bookings for food deliveries over the Christmas period and so we have compiled a full breakdown of what the other leading supermarkets are doing - but you may need to act quickly as many slots have already been taken.
25 October 2021The national living wage paid to workers aged 23 and over will rise from £8.91/hr to £9.50/hr from 1 April, the Government has announced. The national minimum wage for workers aged under 23 and apprentices will also rise.
25 October 2021Full-time students studying for an undergraduate degree at a university in England will be charged no more than £9,250/yr in tuition fees in the 2022/23 academic year, the UK Government has confirmed.
25 October 2021If you're submitting a paper version of the self-assessment tax return, then the deadline to file is just days away. And if the tax office receives it later than this Sunday you will liable for a £100 fine.
21 September 2021There are more myths and misunderstandings about student finance than any other subject. So in this blog is my updated 2021/22 version of the must knows, with links to far more info.
14 September 2021Update September 2017: It’s eight years since I first braved this subject, expecting a snowstorm of protest. Instead, year after year more join in, like Julia who recently tweeted me, “@MartinSLewis, finally took your advice and told my family I can’t afford Christmas presents. What a weight off my mind. Thank you.” One year even the Archbishop of...
12 October 2021
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