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Brexit’s biggest price rises?

Which? today shines a light on the companies that have been hiking prices for groceries, cars and other goods since last year’s vote to leave the EU. Inflation (the Consumer...

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New Jane Austen £10 note released today – could yours be worth thousands?

If you go to the ATM today, you may find yourself with a new polymer £10 note, featuring beloved author Jane Austen. With any new banknote design, certain notes are...

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Final Beatrix Potter 50p coin released: how valuable is it?

The final commemorative coin in the popular 2017 Beatrix Potter series has been made available for sale by the Royal Mint. The 50p coin, depicting Benjamin Bunny, is available to...

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£5 note sells for £16,800: how to spot a valuable note

Your wallet could be holding a fortune, with a rare £5 note selling at auction in May for £16,800. But how can you spot a valuable banknote – and what...

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Pound nears an all-time low: should you lock in your travel money now?

The pound hit a 10-month low against the euro this week – with £1 buying you just 1.09 euros. In fact, sterling is almost at its lowest-ever rate against the...

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Could this become the most valuable 50p coin?

The Royal Mint will launch a coloured 50p coin depicting Tom Kitten from the beloved Beatrix Potter books on 7 August – and if it’s anything like the other coins...

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These five simple tips can save you an extra £1,300 a year

Which? lists five money-saving tips that can save you more than £1,300 a year on average. We've crunched the numbers to reveal how much you can actually expect to save for each of them.

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11 ways to save on your UK summer holiday in 2017

Just over half of Brits are planning to stay in the UK these summer holidays. Here are 11 ways to keep costs down when taking a trip in the UK.

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One in four tickets touted on resale sites

As many as one in four tickets to popular music, theatre and sporting events are for sale on secondary ticketing websites, according to a new Which? investigation. Hundreds or even thousands...

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Do you have a ‘Jane Austen’ £2 coin? New release from Royal Mint

The Royal Mint has today launched a new £2 coin to mark the 200th anniversary of the death of much-loved author Jane Austen. The coin recognises the legacy of Austen, who died...

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