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Coronavirus: how to shop safely at the supermarket

Coronavirus: how to shop safely at the supermarket

From floor markers to NHS ‘bonus hours’, supermarkets around the UK have adapted to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Now the gym is open again, can I quit?

Now the gym is open again, can I quit?

Major gyms will resume payments automatically from Saturday 25 July, meaning members who don’t want to return must act fast.

Student loan repayments go online: five things you need to know about your student loan

Student loan repayments go online: five things you need to know about your student loan

Read through our rundown of the five things you need to know about your student loan, to make sure you make the most of your new online account.

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One issued every four seconds: how parking tickets became big business

One issued every four seconds: how parking tickets became big business

Private parking firms handed out 8.4 million tickets in the last financial year, a year-on-year increase of 24%.

Summer Statement: what it means for your money

Summer Statement: what it means for your money

A stamp duty holiday, jobs for under 24s, eating out vouchers and a VAT cut have all been announced in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Summer Statement.

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Mortgage prisoners: is capping rates the answer?

Mortgage prisoners: is capping rates the answer?

Hundreds of thousands of homeowners trapped with mortgages they can’t afford could face relief under new proposals from a cross-party group of MPs.

Wirecard goes bust: what it means for prepaid card and Curve customers

Wirecard goes bust: what it means for prepaid card and Curve customers

UK customers of Curve, Fair FX, Pockit, Anna Money and Dozens are now able to access their money again after a weekend freeze. But is your money safe?

Brits pay off £7.4bn of debt during lockdown: how to manage yours

Brits pay off £7.4bn of debt during lockdown: how to manage yours

With no pubs, no restaurants and no holidays, many UK consumers spent their money repaying billions in personal loans and credit card balances in April.

Wales and Scotland announce shop reopening dates

Wales and Scotland announce shop reopening dates

Which? explains the current shopping guidelines throughout the UK and how shopping will be different in our new, socially distanced world.

Car insurance: are you paying more to drive less?

Car insurance: are you paying more to drive less?

Over 19 million drivers are being overcharged for their car insurance, thanks to the 'low mileage penalty', according to new research.

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