Motorist takes landmark parking challenge to the Supreme Court
Today is 48-year-old Barry Beavis from Billericay's final chance to persuade judges to rule his fine as excessive
23 July 2015
Martin Lewis: The 10 changes I'd make to Britain
What would you tweak about the UK? I'm not talking about big contentious change – but quick fixes for life glitches
22 June 2015
Motorist takes parking charge challenge to highest UK court
A motorist who vowed to fight on after losing a private parking case has today filed appeal papers to the Supreme Court
3 June 2015
Judges rule excessive fine is fair in landmark private parking case, but it doesn't stop you appealing unfair tickets
The Court of Appeal has today ruled against a motorist who challenged what he believed to be an excessive parking fine
23 April 2015
Motorists to be given 10 minute leeway when parking tickets run out
A change in the law is planned to take effect in the next few weeks which will see the leeway applied to council parking
6 March 2015
Private parking 'fines': Test case could open reclaim floodgates
A case is being heard at the Court of Appeal today, which could set a precedent on reclaiming excessive parking fines
24 February 2015
Could you reclaim unfair private parking fines?
Drivers may have been illegally charged millions of pounds by overzealous private parking firms, according to the RAC
20 February 2015
'Don't pay unfair private parking tickets'
MoneySavingExpert.com is shouting louder than ever about your right to dispute unfair private parking charges
4 August 2014
Government to ban CCTV parking 'spy cars'
The Government is clamping down on trigger-happy parking wardens and banning CCTV 'spy cars'
23 June 2014
'Bailiffs harassed me over somebody else's £1,200 parking fine'
A Londoner has been threatened with having goods seized from his home for over £1,000 of somebody else's parking fines
28 August 2013
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