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Budget 2020: stamp duty changes and extra funding for affordable housing

Budget 2020: stamp duty changes and extra funding for affordable housing

Find out what the Chancellor's 2020 Budget held for housing including stamp duty changes and pledges on new homes and unsafe cladding.

The true cost of cheap flights: airline essentials compared

The true cost of cheap flights: airline essentials compared

Ryanair passengers are being sucked in by low fares only to be charged a premium for add-ons, Which? Travel has found. While the Irish carrier offered the lowest airfares in our snapshot research, it was the priciest for extras when we purchased baggage, seat selection and in-flight food. A £48 flight from London to Alicante soared to £170 – more than tripling in price.

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Ryanair launches frequent flyer scheme: But at £199 a year, is it worth it?

Ryanair launches frequent flyer scheme: But at £199 a year, is it worth it?

Ryanair has launched a new frequent flyer scheme in a bid to spark loyalty from budget travellers. The low-cost carrier promises that flyers will be able to choose their seats,...

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Students struggling to juggle university living costs

Students struggling to juggle university living costs

Where students choose to study in the country might set them back over £5,000 in living costs, according to new findings from Which? University. Unsurprisingly, London was pegged as the...

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Autumn Budget 2017: state pension to rise by 3%

Autumn Budget 2017: state pension to rise by 3%

The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, today declined to make substantial changes to pensions in his Autumn Budget. Most significantly, he avoided tinkering with the tax relief system, contrary to widespread speculation...

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