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November 2011

Don’t invest in ‘death bonds’, warns regulator

FSA warns against traded life policy investments (TLPIs), known as death bonds. Payouts depend on when a group of US citizens will die.

Hot money deals, 30 November 2011

Which? money experts round up the best financial deals, from savings and cash Isas to loans, credit cards and mortgages

Passengers braced for delays as airport staff strike

See the Which? guide to your flight rights if you are delayed by airport strikes

New mattress toppers promise sleep ‘heaven’

As luxury bed maker Vi-Spring unveils new a range of mattress toppers, Which? brings you advice on choosing the best mattress and the most popular mattress brands.

George Osborne won’t give back energy VAT

George Osborne did not use his Autumn Statement to announce help for struggling energy customers.

Autumn Statement: tax relief on business investments

The Government will increase tax rewards for investors putting money into start up businesses by extending its Enterprise Investment Scheme.

Tackling trader disputes should be simple

Which? welcomes proposals from the European Commission to help EU consumers resolve disputes with traders by improving access to alternative dispute resolution.

Autumn Statement: Train fare rises to be capped

Chancellor George Osborne has announced some good news for commuters as he delivers his Autumn Statement.

Autumn Statement: State pension rise for 2012

George Osborne today confirmed basic state pension would rise by 5.2% in 2012, from £102.15 to £107.45 per week. This is in line with CPI for September 2011.

Autumn Statement: The major announcements

George Osborne responded to the Office for Budget Responsibility's bleak economic forecasts by introducing a range of belt-tightening measures.

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