Govt Depts, Public Bodies & Associations
Food prices hold steady
The price of food stabilised last month, a retail survey said today, as the cost of raw materials declined
6 June 2012
Insurance lift for elderly, but don't expect cheaper prices
If an insurer can't offer cover to an older motorist or traveller, they will be referred to an alternative provider
6 April 2012
PPI sales to be curbed
From Friday, new rules mean PPI can't be sold at the same time you take out a mortgage, loan or credit card
3 April 2012
Open University payment with Tesco Clubcard points to end
Consumers hoping to use Tesco Rewards to fund study at The Open University should apply soon as the scheme ends in July
28 February 2012
SSE simplifies energy tariffs
From this morning, energy provider Scottish and Southern will offer just four core products, down from 68 previously
22 February 2012
Applications for 2012 uni starters fall as tuition fees set to rise
Applications for those hoping to start uni under the new higher tuition fees system are down compared with last year
30 January 2012
Jobs market 'set to get worse'
Firms are scaling back decisions on whether to recruit more staff amid global economic 'turmoil', a new report says
14 November 2011
Britain 'at risk of new recession'
Britain is at risk of another recession and the economy may already be shrinking, a senior Bank of England figure warns
25 October 2011
'We need war against student fee confusion'
New UCAS figures show applications to university down on last year with the fall attributed to a misguided fear over higher fees
24 October 2011
PPI consumer protection comes into force
The Competition Commission has issued new rules in a bid to ensure consumers have more information about PPI
4 October 2011
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