New Zealand delivers record rate hike, flags more to come
New Zealand's central bank on Wednesday delivered its biggest interest rate hike and outlined a more hawkish monetary tightening path in coming months as it tries to rein in stubbornly high inflation.
When is Martin Lewis next on TV?
Money-saving expert an increasingly reassuring figure to millions of Britons fretting over the cost of living crisis and the prospect of an expensive winter
Green energy helps with price, security and sustainability, says Ofgem boss
Jonathan Brearley said massive recent hikes in the price of gas have pushed down the relative costs of low carbon electricity.
Bail for student arrested on suspicion of egging Charles and Camilla
The 23-year-old was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence in York.
House prices and selling explained as property values set to plunge dramatically
Prices are set to drop by 10 per cent next near, some estate agents warn as Bank of England hikes interest rates again
Worried about bills? Here’s a financial survival plan
Experts advise what you should do if you are struggling to pay for mortgage, rent, energy or food
From going to the office to the cinema: creative ways to save on energy bills
You can wrap up and turn the heating down, but could you also make savings by going out?
How to make the most of rising rates
Savings rates have leapt to their highest level in more than a decade. Easy-access accounts are paying 2.35 per cent for the first time since 2012. But savers f
Liz Truss admits mistake over claim no one's energy bills will exceed £2,500
The Prime Minister acknowledged that she 'should have been more specific' when she incorrectly said that nobody would pay fuel bills of more than £2,500 - which is an average rather than a cap
Treasury deletes misleading claim about benefits of Kwasi Kwarteng’s budget
Claimed benefits for average earner would need someone to have a wealth of over £400,000
Energy bills rise to record-high levels as price cap lifted
Amount that household pays for each kilowatt hour of electricity it uses will rise to 34p
Growth Plan: Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng announces biggest tax cuts in half a century
Mr Kwarteng says tax cuts are “central to solving the riddle of growth”
Martin Lewis challenges Truss and Sunak to TV grilling on energy bills
Tory contest winner urged to join consumer champion on special programme ‘asap’
Top 10 most expensive areas for gas and electricity bills in UK
Amount customers pay on bills depends on where they live
People will die this winter due to high energy prices – Martin Lewis
The cap come into effect for around 24 million households in England, Scotland and Wales on default energy tariffs on October 1.
Cost of living crisis: Consumer champion Martin Lewis says some energy bills could top £10,000
Consumer champion Martin Lewis has said the rise in the energy price cap means some people will pay up to £10,000 a year in bills.
Owami Davies review must be public
COMMENT: Don't tell us lessons will be learnt, show that the system really is being reformed to deliver justice for the black community
Government urged to act now as Brits face 'financial emergency that risks lives'
Consumer champion Martin Lewis spoke out amid growing calls for the bickering Tories to pledge urgent support for struggling households. He said the country is facing a 'national crisis'
Martin Lewis is unhappy with phone companies over EU data roaming
The consumer champion wants phone companies to make their roaming rules clearer.
Can ‘social tariffs’ solve the UK’s looming fuel poverty cataclysm?
MPs and charities are supporting a new billing structure featuring subsidised lower-cost energy for people in need
Energy bills support scheme: who is eligible and when will it be paid?
The lowdown on the £400 discount as households in Great Britain come under more financial pressure
Amazon to raise Prime fees in Europe, cites rising costs
Amazon is raising its Prime fees in Europe, the company told customers on Tuesday, days ahead of its second quarter earnings report
This is who people really want as the next prime minister
Somebody needs to do something, people keep telling me – and one name keeps cropping up
Conservative Cost of Living Inertia – Byline Times
The absence of credible solutions to the economic crisis is one of the most galling features of the Tory leadership contest, says James Meadway
Telford: 'Cost of using oven' drives food bank cereal demand
A community hub says users seek more ready-to-eat items to help them avoid using electricity.