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Contactless spending limit raised to highest amount yet

15 October 2021
Contactless spending limit raised to highest amount yet

Contactless spending limit raised to highest amount yet

15 October 2021

Shoppers can buy more using contactless card payments from today, as limits rise as part of efforts to help the economy recover from the pandemic.


Drivers could face £100 fine after motorway camera upgrade

14 October 2021
Drivers could face £100 fine after motorway camera upgrade

Drivers could face £100 fine after motorway camera upgrade

14 October 2021

Drivers flouting the law and driving in closed motorway lanes can now be picked up by new auto-detection cameras with fines and points for offenders.


Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

13 October 2021
Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

13 October 2021

Road repairs must focus on residential and rural streets says the AA, as councils face £400m pothole blackhole.

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Could your old paper car tax disc earn you a fortune?

12 October 2021
Could your old paper car tax disc earn you a fortune?

Could your old paper car tax disc earn you a fortune?

12 October 2021

The value of old paper car tax discs is now at an all time high, say collectors, with some fetching more than £1,000.


Biggest ever lottery jackpot up for grabs

12 October 2021
Biggest ever lottery jackpot up for grabs

Biggest ever lottery jackpot up for grabs

12 October 2021

A single ticket holder could become Britain's biggest ever lottery winner if they were to scoop tonight's record-breaking £184m Euromillions jackpot.


9 easy ways to make your pumpkin last longer

08 October 2021
9 easy ways to make your pumpkin last longer

9 easy ways to make your pumpkin last longer

08 October 2021

If you've picked the perfect pumpkin and want to make it last until Halloween, we've some top tips:


Supermarket pharmacies to begin Covid booster roll-out

08 October 2021
Supermarket pharmacies to begin Covid booster roll-out

Supermarket pharmacies to begin Covid booster roll-out

08 October 2021

A supermarket is to begin delivering Covid-19 booster jabs - as health officials reveal concerns about flu and coronavirus circulating together.


12,000 women with undiagnosed breast cancer, warns charity

05 October 2021
12,000 women with undiagnosed breast cancer, warns charity

12,000 women with undiagnosed breast cancer, warns charity

05 October 2021

Breast cancer screening services are overwhelmed and under-funded, says Breast Cancer Now, which estimates 12,000 women haven't been diagnosed.


'59.6 million nuggets for my friends': how Twitter responded to Facebook blackout

05 October 2021
'59.6 million nuggets for my friends': how Twitter responded to Facebook blackout

'59.6 million nuggets for my friends': how Twitter responded to Facebook blackout

05 October 2021

As Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp plunged into darkness, social media fans took to Twitter with some comical consequences.


What is COP26 and why does it matter?

05 October 2021
What is COP26 and why does it matter?

What is COP26 and why does it matter?

05 October 2021

The UK is about to host the world's biggest summit on climate change. But why is COP26 so important and what can it hope to achieve?


Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down

04 October 2021
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down

04 October 2021

Two of social media's biggest hitters, and a popular messaging service, are all down after more than 100,000 people report problems.


Bank of England issues £20 and £50 note warning

01 October 2021
Bank of England issues £20 and £50 note warning

Bank of England issues £20 and £50 note warning

01 October 2021

The old-style £20 and £50 notes are being withdrawn and the Bank of England is telling people to spend any they have. Here's all the details:


£500m winter fund is an 'admission' current support isn't enough, say charities

30 September 2021
£500m winter fund is an 'admission' current support isn't enough, say charities

£500m winter fund is an 'admission' current support isn't enough, say charities

30 September 2021

A £500m fund to help struggling families through winter is an 'admission' the country's benefits system can't support households, say charities.


Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

29 September 2021
Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

29 September 2021

Problems at the petrol pumps, and a rise in fuel costs, is encouraging people to consider new technology say those leasing and hiring plug-in cars.


Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

29 September 2021
Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

29 September 2021

For 111 years GB car stickers have been used to identify UK-registered vehicles in international traffic, but now the rules have changed.


Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

28 September 2021
Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

28 September 2021

There has been a dramatic rise in the number of drivers 'misfuelling' their cars since panic buying at the pumps started, says the AA.


9 ways to help save the fuel in your car

27 September 2021
9 ways to help save the fuel in your car

9 ways to help save the fuel in your car

27 September 2021

Looking to make the petrol or diesel in your car last longer? Motoring experts say there is plenty drivers can do. Here's some top tips:


Fireworks hit by supply issues ahead of Bonfire Night

24 September 2021
Fireworks hit by supply issues ahead of Bonfire Night

Fireworks hit by supply issues ahead of Bonfire Night

24 September 2021

The UK's stock of fireworks is the latest item to be hit by supply issues, which may lead to less availability and higher prices.


Scammers posing as court bailiffs prompts warning

24 September 2021
Scammers posing as court bailiffs prompts warning

Scammers posing as court bailiffs prompts warning

24 September 2021

Fraudsters pretending to be from the courts service are attempting to scam people out of money they're told they owe, say government officials.


Car prices rising faster than earnings

22 September 2021
Car prices rising faster than earnings

Car prices rising faster than earnings

22 September 2021

The financial pressures on motorists continue as it is revealed the prices of some of our most popular cars are rising faster than wages.


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