Left out of pocket by the Tax-Free Childcare website problems? Here's how to claim
If you've been left out of pocket due to technical problems applying for Tax-Free Childcare, you can claim compensation
22 August 2017
Millions of travellers set to have better protection when booking holidays
An extra 10 million passengers who book package holidays could have better protection if new rules are approved
14 August 2017
£1,000 tax breaks dropped by Government will be back in new finance bill
Two tax breaks for online sellers and room renters worth £1,000 a year each are set to be introduced after the summer
14 July 2017
Guest Comment: WASPI campaign responds to Pensions Minister's advice to take up apprenticeships
Jane Cowley, a WASPI director, reacts to the Pensions Minister's suggestion that WASPI women become apprentices
7 July 2017
Over a million searches have been made on free online pensions tracing service
Over one million searches have been made on the Government's online pensions tracing service since its launch last year
30 June 2017
Letting fees ban and whiplash fraud crackdown in Queen's Speech - but no energy price cap bill
The Queen has laid out the laws that the Government hopes to pass
21 June 2017
Government childcare website dogged by technical issues continues to cause problems for parents
Users are still having technical problems with government childcare websites two weeks after MSE first reported it
23 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
Government drops £1,000 tax breaks for online sellers and room renters - for now
Two new tax breaks which were supposed to have applied to earnings from 6 April 2017 have been quietly axed
28 April 2017
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
25 April 2017
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13 May 2021The current ban in England on bailiff-enforced rental evictions, which was introduced at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, won't be extended further and will end on 31 May, the Government has announced.
13 May 2021Many are worried about the UK impact of the coronavirus on their ability to pay bills and even stay in their home. This guide tells you what help's out there if you can't pay bills or pay loans or credit cards back.
13 May 2021The coronavirus outbreak is causing major travel disruption around the globe
Barclays Blue Reward customers must register for online banking by August or risk having their membership cancelled12 May 2021Barclays customers with its Blue Rewards membership programme need to sign up to online or app banking by 3 August or risk having their membership cancelled. Separately, Barclays is also axing its cashback scheme for all of its current account customers from 22 June. Here's what's happening and what you need to do about it.
Queen's Speech 2021 round-up: student loans shake-up, increased rights for renters, leasehold reform & more11 May 2021Flexible 'lifetime' student loans were among the plans revealed by the Queen today during the state reopening of Parliament. Other measures include increased rights for renters, leasehold reform and more protection for those using the internet
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