The Bank of England has cut UK interest rates to a record low of 0.1% to protect the economy against coronavirus. Here's what it means for your money.
As Brexit looms ahead, the Bank of England faces pressure to cut the base rate. So how could Brexit affect your mortgage and savings interest rates?
The Bank of England has released the new £20 note into circulation today - but think twice before you hand in your old notes.
Interest rates on savings accounts are still worse than they were two years ago despite the Bank of England base rate being higher. How does your bank fare?
The Bank of England has revealed almost 250m paper £5 and £10 notes haven’t been returned since they stopped being legal tender. So how can you use them?
Which? assesses the Bank of England decision to increase interest rates and explains the impact this could have on your savings and mortgage repayments.
Speculation has been mounting that the base rate may rise in coming months - but when will it change and how high will it go? Which? examines the trends.
Which? assesses the decision to hold interest rates at 0.5%, and explains how further rate speculation could affect your savings rate and mortgage deal.
Ahead of an anticipated base rate rise, Which? looks at how rates were affected by the last increase - and what this may mean for your mortgage payments.
The latest CPI inflation figure could impact the Bank of England's May 2018 base rate change - we explain how they're linked, and where to put your savings