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Food price rises slow but 'dark clouds on horizon' - what's falling at what's at risk?

The price of goods in the shops has slowed to its lowest rate since October but "dark clouds" are on the horizon, experts have warned.

Personal Finance

Tesco and Sainsbury's issue loyalty card points warnings

Tesco and Sainsbury's are both urging customers to act as they risk losing out on points earned on Clubcard and Nectar cards.

Motor Insurance

How to claim for pothole damage as breakdowns soar by 20 percent

Potholes are so bad they could be fatal to some on Britain's roads, the AA said.

Savings Accounts

Best banks for customer satisfaction named - where does yours rank?

A bank which only began operating eight years ago has topped the table for customer satisfaction for the second year running.

Home Insurance

Fifth of holidaymakers return to burgled home, poll says

Almost a fifth of travellers have returned from holiday to find their house has been burgled, a new poll suggests.

Personal Finance

Ofgem issues warning about fixing energy tariffs ahead of price cap announcement

Ofgem has issued a warning to energy customers to scrutinise deals before they fix their tariffs as they could lose out in the long run.


Net closes in on banks not offering fair interest rates to savers as only 28% of rises passed on

Investigators are circling banks that fail to pass on interest rate rises to customers, with the Bank of England governor now backing...

Home Insurance

House prices plummet with one area falling 60% more than average - how has your region fared?

UK house prices have fallen for the fourth consecutive month according to new figures, with only one area avoiding the plunge.

Business Loans

Small businesses ‘run out of rope’ as company insolvencies hit 14-year high – NimbleFins’ loan guides explain options

The number of businesses filing for insolvency has hit the highest level in 14 years as organisations "run out of rope", new figures show.