Parents face higher fines for taking their children out of school without permission as the government steps up its crackdown on attendance.
The 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings takes place in June and the government has begun to unveil plans for national events to commemorate it.
Virgin Media O2 customers face a ‘lose-lose choice’ between huge bill increases in April or ‘exorbitant’ exit fees warns consumer group Which?
Cash-strapped drivers need support from the Chancellor in next week’s budget, says the AA, which has put forward the policies it says would help.
Fans of George Michael and Wham! are clamouring to get their hands on specially-released coins celebrating the singer that are on sale this week.
There could be some relief for households with new energy bill predictions forecasting a drop in the price of gas and electricity by the spring.
Lidl is removing more snacks from its shelves amid fears the biscuits are unsafe because they could contain pieces of metal.
Schools have been told they should ban mobile phones completely but what exactly do the new rules mean for teachers, parents and pupils?
A supermarket is recalling various packets of cookies amid fears that the snacks could contain pieces of metal.
Drivers who bought a vehicle before January 2021 using a car finance agreement could be entitled to make a claim for compensation and here’s why.
By 2050 workers may need to be 71 before they retire, suggests a new report, but why is the state pension age becoming such a big issue in the UK?
A Covid-19 booster jab will be offered to millions of patients in the spring and for the first time more children will be offered an extra vaccine.
Thousands of unmarried parents who have lost a partner may be missing out on vital help as a deadline for restrospevtive bereavement payments closes.
Nestle says it will no longer make two biscuit bars in its range because of declining sales, just months after Caramac bars were discontinued.
As increasing numbers of manufacturers ditch spare wheels in newer vehicles the AA says drivers without one must consider buying an extra tyre.
A union is warning of shortages of two popular drinks and the possibility of empty shelves because of industrial action by factory workers.
Learner drivers are facing more disruption as test examiners prepare to go on strike in a row over their increasing workload.
Prescriptions for seven common illnesses, including earache and a sore throat, will now be available to many patients without the need to see a GP.
Amazon Prime is to begin adding adverts to its television and film streaming service unless customers upgrade subscriptions and pay to remove them.
Free tickets to some of the UK’s top summer music festivals including Glastonbury, Latitude and Reading are being offered by Oxfam and here’s why.