TODAY is the start of Water Saving Week, urging us to cut bills and save money. The standard UK water charge is expected to rise by two per cent this year, meaning households are paying £405 on average. Tim Robertson, of specialist water saving firm Save
THE company behind popular high street off-licence chains Bargain Booze and Wine Rack is reportedly scrambling to avert collapse. Drinks giant Conviviality is now said to be putting together a new business plan that will form the basis for emergency fundr
ONLINE retailer Amazon has confirmed when its Easter sale will begin and how long it will last. It has a variety of deals lined up that bargain hunters will want to be aware of and Amazon Prime members will be able to take advantage of early access to dea
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FREEZING winter weather is still making the daily commute miserable for millions. But what are your rights when it comes to taking the day off work if the temperature really drops? Your employer must follow a set of regulations when the weather gets too c
The heavy recent inflows to equity funds don't match up with what Bank of America Merrill Lynch calls "lackluster" cross-asset returns.
One Wall Street expert thinks the stock market can recover and even hit new highs in the coming months.
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GRAPES are a surprisingly versatile fruit. Plus if you wrap them up in the fridge they will keep fresh for a couple of weeks. They are great just added to savoury or sweet fruit salads. But a bunch of succulent, sweet grapes can pep up everything from cas
Mayors and businesses call for action on young people quitting regions after completing degreesBritain’s regions are suffering a “brain drain” to London as about a third of departing graduates head to the capital each year, analysis has revealed. Mi
New criminal offence of neglecting pension responsibilities to be announced this weekRogue bosses will face fines or prosecution for putting the pensions of their workers at risk under new laws to be unveiled by the government.Ministers will confirm this
THE dazzling white marble is still cool to the touch as I step barefoot on to my balcony and feel the warmth of the sun on my face. Below, the swathe of soft sand is dotted with loungers as gentle waves lap the shore. The hardest decision? Whether to take
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Charlotte Crosby has shared a sexy photo of her boyfriend Joshua Ritchie as her woes with her ex Stephen Bear rumble on.
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Spotify's public filings revealed the company is spending most of its money on fees for licensed content and music royalties.
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THE Lotto draw can change lives and introduce winners to a life of luxury. While the prize fund will evidently transform a lucky punter’s lifestyle, a portion of money spent on the draw supports a whole range of charities and projects around the UK.
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Is it worth paying for private cover and will premiums leap up?Every week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection of the best answers will appear in next Saturday’s paper.This week’s ques
The Artist Pension Trust, which holds one of the biggest collections of contemporary art in the world, is facing a legal bust-upA unique initiative, designed to provide artists with a “pension”, is at the centre of a row after it emerged that some mem
Landlords carving up a home into micro-flats can net £50,000 a year. And it’s taxpayers who foot the billEvery day 64-year-old former boxer, Ian Ford*, who suffers from crippling arthritis, climbs three flights of stairs to his tiny cell-like flat over
Research shows just 29% of UK homeowners’ disposable income is being eaten up by home loan paymentsThe proportion of homeowners’ income being swallowed up by mortgage payments is now one of the smallest since the mid-1990s, according to the Halifax. I
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MAJOR retailers are fobbing-off consumers with incorrect or unclear information about their refund rights, an investigation has revealed. Almost 50 major firms – including Iceland and Morrisons – failed to offer completely accurate information