A new report from the Highways Agency shows many drivers don’t know when they can use the hard shoulder. We look at other grey areas of motoring law.
New lending rules means the banks have more excuses than ever to turn down home-loan customers. We explain how to avoid being caught out.
Insurance companies are increasingly likely to pay claims with high-street vouchers rather than cash. But is this fair?
A lack of top-quality used cars means anyone with a good-condition vehicle to trade in may be able to bag a bargain. We explain how to take advantage.
New pension rules will give savers more freedom over what to do with their retirement funds. But many just plan to stick the money in the bank.
The UK's insurance companies say they are planning to give customers a clearer picture when it comes to renewing motor and home policies.
A cross-party committee approves plans to limit compensation and ban solicitors from offering inducements such as cash and iPads to motor accident victims.
Introduced in the 1700s, travellers’ cheques have served holidaymakers well. But as they become harder to cash, we look at the modern-day alternatives.
Two recent Court of Appeal rulings have given delayed passengers much greater chance of claiming significant amounts of money back from tardy airlines.
Ministers plan a total block on compensation for accident victims found to be exaggerating their injuries – and honest motorists are set to benefit.
Chris is personal finance editor at the Daily Express. He's been a journalist for more than 10 years and contributes to a wide range of finance and business titles.Read more from Chris
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