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What do you need to drive in the EU after Brexit rules change?

11 August 2021
What do you need to drive in the EU after Brexit rules change?

What do you need to drive in the EU after Brexit rules change?

11 August 2021

As travel rules relax more of us may begin thinking about taking the car to Europe once again, but what rules have changed for drivers since Brexit?


Supermarket staff welcome Boxing Day closure

10 August 2021
Supermarket staff welcome Boxing Day closure

Supermarket staff welcome Boxing Day closure

10 August 2021

One of the UK's largest supermarkets is set to remain closed on Boxing Day, a move being welcomed by many who say key workers deserve a break.


High demand for MOTs could leave millions without valid certificates and risking a £1,000 fine

09 August 2021
High demand for MOTs could leave millions without valid certificates and risking a £1,000 fine

High demand for MOTs could leave millions without valid certificates and risking a £1,000 fine

09 August 2021

Demand for MOTs is expected to surge next month and drivers are being told to book appointments now.


How to see this week's Perseid meteor shower

09 August 2021
How to see this week's Perseid meteor shower

How to see this week's Perseid meteor shower

09 August 2021

It's been described as the best display of the year and here's how you can catch sight of the Perseid meteor shower this week:


With energy prices rising here's how to find a cheaper deal

06 August 2021
With energy prices rising here's how to find a cheaper deal

With energy prices rising here's how to find a cheaper deal

06 August 2021

The price of gas and electric is to rise by almost £140 this winter. Here's how to begin looking for a better deal that could save you money:


Cost of driving tests and MOTs set to increase

05 August 2021
Cost of driving tests and MOTs set to increase

Cost of driving tests and MOTs set to increase

05 August 2021

The price of theory and practical driving tests, and MOT slot fees, are among charges the DVSA wants to increase as it faces a funding shortfall.


Supermarket launches back to school packs to help families

04 August 2021
Supermarket launches back to school packs to help families

Supermarket launches back to school packs to help families

04 August 2021

Morrisons has designed back to school 'pick up packs' for families struggling to meet the costs of getting children ready for the new term.


RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

04 August 2021
RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

04 August 2021

Petrol prices have risen for the ninth month in a row with the RAC warning the situation shows no sign of improving.


Could Tom Daley inspire us to dive into knitting?

04 August 2021
Could Tom Daley inspire us to dive into knitting?

Could Tom Daley inspire us to dive into knitting?

04 August 2021

For years diver Tom Daley has inspired others to try his sport. But after the Tokyo Olympics will he have persuaded us to all try a different hobby?


Supermarket becomes first to give free nappies to tiny babies

03 August 2021
Supermarket becomes first to give free nappies to tiny babies

Supermarket becomes first to give free nappies to tiny babies

03 August 2021

Free nappies for premature babies are available from pharmacies for the first time thanks to a partnership between Pampers and supermarket Asda.


Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day to ensure funding

03 August 2021
Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day to ensure funding

Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day to ensure funding

03 August 2021

With A-level results out in a week, the Student Loans Company is urging students to get finance applications in, even if plans remain unclear.


Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

02 August 2021
Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

02 August 2021

The cost of energy bills may rocket, if Friday's increase to the energy price cap goes ahead, but there are concerns for lower income families too.


Here's where kids eat free this summer

02 August 2021
Here's where kids eat free this summer

Here's where kids eat free this summer

02 August 2021

Keen to treat the kids without breaking the bank? Here's a round up of pubs, restaurants and cafes with 'kids eat free' deals this summer.


TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

31 July 2021
TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

31 July 2021

Thousands of people risk a £1,000 fine if they don't meet this weekend's TV licence deadline, here's why.


Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

28 July 2021
Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

28 July 2021

Travellers are being reminded to check passports are valid following confusion with post-Brexit rules and the government's own passport checker.


Met Office has 'good news' for hayfever sufferers

28 July 2021
Met Office has 'good news' for hayfever sufferers

Met Office has 'good news' for hayfever sufferers

28 July 2021

After weeks of very high pollen levels and unbearable symptoms there's some good news for hayfever sufferers this week.


Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

27 July 2021
Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

27 July 2021

A supermarket chain says it is installing the UK's largest charging network for electric cars under its expansion plans.


7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

27 July 2021
7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

27 July 2021

Are you trying to get children to pick up a book this summer? Here's some expert tips for keeping their reading going through the school break.


Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

26 July 2021
Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

26 July 2021

More than 300,000 people have less than a week left to renew tax credit claims or they risk payments being stopped, warns HMRC.


Are we heading for a cashless society?

26 July 2021
Are we heading for a cashless society?

Are we heading for a cashless society?

26 July 2021

Campaigners says millions would struggle to survive in a society that doesn't use cash, prompting the Post Office to launch a campaign.


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