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Monarch Airlines collapse leaves 110,000 travellers stranded overseas

More than 100,000 British holidaymakers could be left stranded abroad following the collapse of Monarch Airlines.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Monday 2nd October 2017

'Outdated attitudes' are keeping disabled people out of work

Disabled people are being overlooked for jobs thanks to employers’ outdated attitudes towards disability, a new report shows.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Monday 2nd October 2017

Brits choose second hand gadgets over new, study suggests

As the prices of high tech gadgets rise, people across the UK are turning to second hand devices to save money, new research has found.

Oprah
Oprah Flash
Friday 29th September 2017

Tesco reacts to 'rapidly changing world' with launch of mobile payment app

Tesco has launched its new mobile payments app Tesco Pay+, replacing the PayQwiq service it has run since 2015.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Thursday 28th September 2017

Men pay £172 more for car insurance than women

Men are still paying significantly more for car insurance than women despite the EU banning the use of gender when calculating premiums.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Thursday 28th September 2017

Are McVitie's taking the biscuit? Jaffa Cakes the latest snack hit by 'shrinkflation'

Shoppers across the UK will have noticed they are getting less bang for their buck when filling their trolleys at the supermarket.

Oprah
Oprah Flash
Wednesday 27th September 2017

Drone taxi makes first flight in Dubai

The first test flight of a drone taxi has taken place in Dubai.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Wednesday 27th September 2017

'Demanding' shoppers ready for stores to use new payments technologies

High street stores should start allowing shoppers to pay for goods using biometric technology, according to a new report.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Tuesday 26th September 2017

Start planning now to avoid the 'unexpected costs' of Christmas

In news that is sure to excite some and elicit a bored-of-this-already groan from others, it is now three months until Christmas Day.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Monday 25th September 2017

Uber boss says sorry and vows to appeal London ban

The chief executive of Uber has apologised for “the mistakes we’ve made” and said the company will appeal the decision to remove its private hire licence in London.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Monday 25th September 2017

British men shun the standard 9 to 5 work day

“Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’ ”. It worked for Dolly Parton but its seems a 9 to 5 job no longer works for 87% of the UK.

Oprah
Oprah Flash
Friday 22nd September 2017

Nissan takes first step towards autonomous driving with new X-Trail

Nissan has unveiled the latest version of its popular X-Trail – and it includes what Nissan calls its first step towards autonomous driving.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Friday 22nd September 2017

Rising costs leave millennials 'at the sharp end' of Britain's housing crisis

Young people spend more than three times as much on housing as their grandparents did, new research shows.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Thursday 21st September 2017

Consumers warned not to buy 'fire risk' fridges and freezers

Consumers are being warned not to buy fridges and freezers with flammable plastic backs as they can accelerate the spread of a fire.

Phil
Phil Wilkinson-Jones
Thursday 21st September 2017

High street banks worst for customer complaints, says Which?

Well known banking brands such as Lloyds and Barclays are the poorest performers for customer service and complaints handling, analysis by Which? has found.

Oprah
Oprah Flash
Wednesday 20th September 2017