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January 2013

Consumer victories for airline delays and cancellations

Consumer rights have been given a boost by two court rulings about delays and cancellations involving Ryanair and Thomas Cook

Final deadline for self-assessment taxpayers

Self-assessment tax returns submitted to HMRC after today's 31 January deadline will incur an automatic £100 fine.

Savings deals of the week, 31 January 2013

Which? Money takes its weekly look at the best savings deals to help you put your cash in the right account

Barclays most complained about company in 2012

Not content with being Britain’s least trusted brand, Barclays was also the financial company that members most complained about in 2012.

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Hot Car Deals – Volkswagen Tiguan

Which? Car deals: The Tiguan is one of many compact SUVs available, but these deals make it one of the more tempting purchases.

Most reliable new medium car revealed

Which? Car news: We reveal the best new medium car for reliability, plus five models to stay clear of if you want a car you can depend on.

Petrol market ‘working well’ says OFT

A new report by the Office of Fair Trading on petrol prices says major action is not required as the UK fuel market is 'working well'

University applications rising, latest figures reveal

There has been an increase of almost 3% in UK university applications on last year, despite pre-Christmas figures showing a drop in demand - but numbers are still down on the previous year.

New cheap energy deal doesn’t stay cheap

SSE's new two-year tarriff will see the price rise halfway through, which could lead to a £103 increase.

Price fixing companies forced to repay consumers

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has changed the rules for collective redress on competition cases, which will make it easier to claim.

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