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Court victory for reader who fought easyJet’s sudden cancellation

Court victory for reader who fought easyJet’s sudden cancellation

The family told about cancellation at the flight gate, and their holiday was over before it beganRegular Money readers may remember the appalling case of Nicola Eldridge, whose 2018 trip to Greece was
Working parents face £800 bill for summer holiday childcare

Working parents face £800 bill for summer holiday childcare

Survey shows provision in UK remains inadequate and prices have risen by 3% since last yearWorking parents face bills of about £800 for childcare over the summer holiday, according to research that
Young key workers in London spend more than half of pay on rent

Young key workers in London spend more than half of pay on rent

Harder for teachers, nurses and police to keep pace with England’s housing costs – PwCLondon and the southern regions of England are facing a dearth of teachers, nurses and police officers as rising
Food management: how to eat on a budget

Food management: how to eat on a budget

Shop late in the day and cook multiple portions to make the money go furtherHowever tempting the pizzas, cheese toasties and sugary alcoholic drinks are, there are plenty of ways to still aim for a
Navy ships are not to be played with | Letter

Navy ships are not to be played with | Letter

Commander Roger Paine takes issue with defence cuts, Jeremy Hunt and his ‘BGO’ admissionI had to admit a rueful smile as the foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, was forced to admit that “due to successive
When beans means a form of snobbery | Brief letters

When beans means a form of snobbery | Brief letters

Tinned food | Tommy Robinson | Air travel | Izal loo roll | Boris JohnsonI can think of many things “more depressing than a chef home-making baked beans when Heinz exist” (Yes you can: stop tinned
Car insurance bills set to rise, with younger drivers faring worst

Car insurance bills set to rise, with younger drivers faring worst

Premiums for young people could be £50 to £75 a year more after Ministry of Justice moveCar insurance is likely to become more expensive for millions of motorists, in particular young drivers, as a
'I tell a homeless 18-year-old he can't have a council house. I hate this part of the job'

'I tell a homeless 18-year-old he can't have a council house. I hate this part of the job'

My job as housing officer for a local authority in London keeps me awake with worry at night. I can see the system isn’t fairI work as a housing officer for a local authority in London. My job is to
We paid our deposit but the sellers are not ready to exchange

We paid our deposit but the sellers are not ready to exchange

Should we be worried that our conveyancer has our money even though we can’t yet proceed?Q I am writing to request your advice regarding the time difference between payment of our deposit and the
LV= shows the perils of late renewal of your car insurance

LV= shows the perils of late renewal of your car insurance

I was charged £544 instead of £397 as previously free features became chargeable extrasI received my latest car insurance renewal invitation from LV= in May. Just before the payment was due, I was
Finding dark patterns online: Chips with Everything podcast

Finding dark patterns online: Chips with Everything podcast

Jordan Erica Webber teams up with Science Weekly host Ian Sample to find out more about how companies use various techniques to trick us into buying something we may never have needed, or wanted
High street suffers 'summer slump' as Brexit and wet weather bite

High street suffers 'summer slump' as Brexit and wet weather bite

Footfall drops to seven-year low for June prompting fears UK economy is at a standstillShoppers deserted UK high streets during June as the washout weather and continuing Brexit uncertainty helped
New UK nuclear funding model could leave taxpayers liable

New UK nuclear funding model could leave taxpayers liable

Ministers are expected to announce plans to bolster nuclear industry this weekThe government will set out plans to resuscitate the UK’s struggling nuclear ambitions with a new scheme which would leave
A higher US minimum wage is inevitable – so businesses better be prepared | Gene Marks

A higher US minimum wage is inevitable – so businesses better be prepared | Gene Marks

A minimum wage increase will put pressure on everyone’s compensation, so businesses may have to cave and pay upOver the past few years many localities and cities, from New York City to Seattle, have
Five stars or fake? How to beat fraudulent online reviews

Five stars or fake? How to beat fraudulent online reviews

Internet sales are growing – and so is the threat of false endorsementsAs many shoppers search for bargains in advance of Amazon’s “Prime Day” sale this week, there is a growing scepticism about how
Summer holidays: how to get help with the childcare costs

Summer holidays: how to get help with the childcare costs

Government schemes cover more than nursery fees – they can also help pay for some camps and clubsSorting out childcare for the school summer holiday can be stressful and costly – but there is
How can I tend my allotment without visiting every day?

How can I tend my allotment without visiting every day?

I started to rent an allotment with great intentions, but it is now hopelessly overgrownEvery week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection
MPs demand investigation of ‘fake signatures’ claims

MPs demand investigation of ‘fake signatures’ claims

Alleged forgery at banks led to people being evicted from homes, say campaigners The UK’s National Crime Agency and the Financial Conduct Authority have been called on to investigate allegations that
Park homes: cheaper than bricks and mortar, but not trouble free

Park homes: cheaper than bricks and mortar, but not trouble free

Loved by pensioners, mobile housing is also fraught with rogues who prey on residentsDownsizing to a park home sounds like the ideal move for cash-strapped pensioners. Retirees can swap urban life for
‘I earn less than I did growing cannabis, but I have peace of mind’

‘I earn less than I did growing cannabis, but I have peace of mind’

Former career criminal Russell Zecanovsky on how a job at Timpsons turned his life aroundName: Russell ZecanovskyAge: 46 Continue reading...