Average rail fares to rise 2.2% from January
Hard-pressed rail commuters in England, Wales and Scotland face average price increases of 2.2% from 2 January 2015
5 December 2014
Travelling by train in the new year? Book your tickets tonight
The price of some train tickets in 2015 will rise at 11.59pm tonight, so book now if you plan to travel in the new year
4 December 2014
Guest comment: How banking bonuses have hit student loan repayments
Freelance higher education writer Andrew McGettigan explains how banking bonuses have affected the new deferment rate
22 October 2014
Rail fares to rise 3.5% in January
Regulated rail fares will rise by an average 3.5% in January, although some fares could rise by as much as 5.5%
19 August 2014
O2 to hike its prices by 2.7% - what can you do about it?
O2's eight million pay monthly customers will be hit by a price rise of 2.7% from March
23 January 2014
Commuters hit by 3.1% train fares hike today
The increase to rail fares sees some commuters paying more than £5,000-a-year from today
2 January 2014
Autumn Statement 2013: Rail fare hike pegged back to 3.1%
Rail passengers in England will face average rises of 3.1% on fares next month, less than expected
5 December 2013
Petrol price falls help inflation slip down
Inflation dropped to 3.2% last month as petrol prices fell, the Office of National Statistics says
15 October 2013
Food price hikes push inflation up
Inflation rose over the year to August to 3.3% - up from 3.1% in July, the Office of National Statistics says
17 September 2013
Rail commuters face fare hikes – but you can beat the rises
Cash-strapped commuters face regulated rail fares rises of 4.1% on average in England next year
13 August 2013
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