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PPI – the banks are still braced for more claims. Here’s how to get back what you’re owed

When you think of PPI, you might think of irritating cold calls, spam emails and infuriating advertising jingles on radio and on daytime television.

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Holidays from hell? Here’s how to get something back from a rotten time away

It's that time of year again. The kids are off school, and millions of Brits are piling into cars, onto ferries and into planes for the annual summer getaway.

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Are energy companies making more from you than they should?

01/08/16 The Competition and Markets Authority has recently slammed the energy industry for making too much profit. It reckons that a margin of just 1.25 percent is more than enough.

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Holidays from hell? Here’s how to get something back from a rotten time away

Your summer holiday is a big deal, too. In fact, for many families, it's the biggest single expense of the year, equivalent to 2 months’ salary. And even if you've planned your break like a military operation, sometimes things can go wrong.

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Are your groceries trying to fool you?

19/07/16 - British fruit and veg... or is it really British-ish fruit and veg...?

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Rail fail

11/07/16 - In July, Southern Rail axed almost 350 timetabled services in an attempt to stabilise its strike-hit and delay-riddled network.

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Brexit – what’s going to happen to your consumer rights?

05/07/16 - On 23rd June, the UK voted to leave the European Union

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What happens when a holiday goes wrong?

27/6/2016 - How to complain about a holiday (and how not to)

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A summer of events

21/06/16 Euro 2016, Glastonbury kicking off festival season and Wimbledon: at this time of year, many of us will be heading off to one event or another. And you’ll be paying through the nose for the privilege, most likely.

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