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Tesco slashes value of its Clubcard rewards — and customers are furious

TESCO has upset customers by revamping its Clubcard scheme again – and cutting the value of rewards. Under the popular boost scheme, customers have been able to get four times the value of vouchers with partner firms like Pizza Express, Zizzi, Cafe

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Iceland becomes first supermarket in world to ban plastic packaging – as it goes to war on ‘scourge’ of the oceans

ICELAND has become the first major supermarket to completely ban plastic packaging. The retailer wants to do away with all plastic for own-brand products within five years – with recycled paper and pulp containers taking its place. It is the fir

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The debt epidemic that's striking those least able to recover - and the steps to get you closer to safety

As many as one in four of Britain's worst off are seeing debts drive them deeper into trouble

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Why are we still waiting for protection against dangerous products as millions sit in homes around the UK?

DESPITE millions of Brits being at risk from dangerous and potentially deadly appliances there is little protection. Hundreds of electrical gadgets have been recalled in recent years, including a total of 61 in 2016. Manufacturers rely on customers regist

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Whirlpool slammed for response to dangerous tumble dryers as ONE MILLION machines sit in homes around the UK

WHIRLPOOL has been slammed by MPs for its “woeful” response to potentially dangerous tumble dryers after it emerged that there are still one million in homes across the UK. The company is in the process of replacing and repairing 4.3million fa

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Massive 57% surge in council tax - how to check if you're overpaying

It's the one debt that can lend you in jail - and the bills are rising seriously quickly - so here's what to check to see if you can save on council tax

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'It looks like a real problem': 16% of Britain's poorest households are falling behind on debt repayments

Most of Britain's consumer debt pile is manageable, but poor households falling behind on bills and debt repayment represent a growing cause for concern.

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Take the top bloggers’ advice to beat January blues and plan the next holiday — plus find out how to get our Holidays from £9.50

YOU survived Blue Monday – get set for cheery Tuesday. This week, Sun Savers is teaming up with top bloggers to bring you savvy ways to save. Each day we will have top tips to beat the January blues without blowing your cash. Today is the turn of t

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Tesco makes big change to Clubcard vouchers Reward Scheme and customers aren't happy

People will now get three times the value of vouchers across the majority of partners - starting from today

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Stunning six-bed house with its own access to one of Britain’s beaches on sale for £3.75m

A RARE chance has popped up to own a stunning six-bedroom beachside house complete with its very own private access to one of Devon’s most popular beaches. Vention House sits on Putsborough Beach in Northern Devon and will provide its new owner uni

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Bitcoin's main technology opens up opportunities to profit from these 14 stocks, HSBC says

BI PRIME: Companies involved in cashless hardware, software, and platform could benefit from blockchain.

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Brits' top impulse buys revealed as study shows we spend £144,000 in our lives on unplanned purchases

The research also revealed Brits splurge an average of £19,204.34 on impulse purchases on tech, with toiletries and beauty product purchases adding another £10,029.10

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Millions still check emails and take calls despite phoning in sick because workloads are too large

Four in 10 have taken a day off work after falling ill, but have ended up replying to emails, talking to colleagues and even taking work-related phone calls

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Brits lose four days of annual leave every year because they're scared of looking like shirkers, shock study finds

More than a third of the UK's workers believe their bosses frown on employees taking a full two week break, according to a British Airways poll

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Martin Lewis slams ‘irresponsible’ Blue Monday sales which tempt shoppers into spending money

MARTIN Lewis has slammed Blue Monday sales as “irresponsible” marketing ploys which tempt shoppers into spending money. The third Monday in January has been dubbed Blue Monday and is known as “one of the most depressing days of the year

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Two more railcards just went digital - how you can now buy, renew and display your card straight from your phone

Forgetting your railcard can mean a hefty bill when the ticket inspector comes – or at least it used to

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Coca-Cola to cut bottle size but put up prices in bid to beat sugar tax

COCA-COLA is to make its bottles smaller and hike its prices in a bid to beat the sugar tax. The cost of some packs of the drink sold in newsagents and convenience shops will increase by more than ten per cent in March. Its 1.75ltr bottles will shrink to

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Basic income experts predict an important milestone for free money in 2018

Existing welfare programs like the earned-income tax credit could offer a foundation for bringing basic income to the public, experts agree.

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The pound climbed above $1.38 to hit another post-Brexit vote high

"Thin volumes left traders going merrily with the trend, which has turned decidedly bearish on USD."

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Is your Monopoly board worth up to £420? Some collector editions are selling for a tidy profit on eBay

IF you’ve never managed to finish a Monopoly game without a big family row breaking out, there might be a way to put an end to it and even make a tidy profit. Some limited-editions of the game are now fetching nearly £450 on eBay, so it might be

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20 electric cars you'll see on the road by 2025

Both new companies like Tesla and traditional car manufacturers like Ford plan to release electric vehicles in the near future.

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California's pain could be Colorado's gain as VCs shift investments outside Silicon Valley

The high cost of funding California startups is prompting venture capitalists to look elsewhere, according to a new PitchBook report.

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'Taxpayers can't bail out private companies': Government defends handling of Carillion collapse as Labour calls for 'serious investigation'

Transport Minister Chris Grayling has been criticised for handing Carillion a piece of a £1.4 billion HS2 contract just a week after its debt crisis emerged.

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New year, new bank? Natwest is giving new customers £125 cash when they join until February - how it compares

High street lender Natwest has launched its first switching deal in a decade - but how does it compare with every other bank?

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When does the old £10 note go out of use, why is it expiring and what happens after the deadline has passed?

THE Bank of England recently unveiled and launched its new state-of-the-art £10 polymer note. The old cotton paper notes will expire on March 1, 2018 and stop being accepted as legal tender – meaning you can no longer use them as a method of pay

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