Posts for Consumer

Busiest time of the year for debt advice at Citizens Advice

The last week of January is the busiest time for debt advice at Citizens Advice. Analysis of last year’s data revealed that on a single day, 29 January 2019, Citizens […]

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Petrol prices due to go down says RAC

A sudden fall in demand for oil due to the coronavirus outbreak in China means drivers in the UK should expect a cut in the price of fuel this week, […]

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22% of parents and grandparents admit to not always using child car seats

More than a fifth (22%) of parents and grandparents who transport children by car admit to not using a child car seat all of the time putting lives at risk, […]

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Have you done your tax return?

More than 3 million customers are yet to send in their 2018 to 2019 tax returns and have just one week left to the deadline, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) […]

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A new Veteran Railcard to be introduced

Military veterans will get cut-price train travel to help boost job prospects and bring them closer to family and friends, with a new railcard on sale from Armistice Day, Transport […]

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Check your car before you travel …

Putting off your MOT to save money in January might be tempting, but alongside carrying out the road safety checks, DVSA is urging drivers to make sure their car has […]

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19th January is Quitters Day

5,580,587 Britons will have abandoned their 2020 New Year’s Resolutions by the end of Quitters Day, new research has found. Research by Strava recently found that in 2020, Sunday 19th […]

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Retail sales drop in December

In the three months to December 2019, the quantity bought in retail sales decreased by 1.0% when compared with the previous three months. All sectors except household goods stores and […]

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High street names struggle as retail sales drop

It seems like retail is in a bit of a mess. This morning’s news indicates that Marks & Spencer shares are on the slide, while John Lewis profits have dropped, […]

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How sales shopping is killing the planet

Kokho Jason Sit, University of Portsmouth Christmas has passed and New Year is just around the corner. And the sales continue. Things started six weeks before Christmas with Singles Day, […]

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