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Meet Britain's worst driver - Charlie DeFouncs

Charlie DeFouncs

Charlie DeFouncs is a 21 year-old property developer from the Cotswolds and has the dubious honour of being named Britain’s Worst Driver.

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New campaign to cut energy bills

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A new campaign has been launched to help millions of UK households cut their heating bills by adopting a range of energy-saving measures.

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Doggie deterrent: The world's loudest bark

Daz, the dog with the world's loudest bark
With 81 per cent of dog owners having never been burgled, Confused.com has enlisted the help of Daz, the proud owner of the loudest bark in the world to record a deterring howl you can play when you're out of the house.  Read More…

Win a break in Rome!

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Calling all travel bloggers: Tell us your favourite winter break and you could win a three night, five-star bed & breakfast trip for two adults to Rome!

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How to find a good letting agent

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If you’ve bought a property as an investment you may well not have the time to manage it by yourself. That means you will need to find a letting agent. We explain how to find a good one.

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Do I have to tell my insurer about parking fines?

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Clocked up some parking fines? Do you need to tell your insurer? Find out here.

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Confused.com brand takeover!

Brand Takeover Prizes

Re-invent the Confused.com brand with your own 15-second video, radio or print advert. Win an iPad, mixing desk or digital camcorder.

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Win 12 months gym membership

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Win 12 months gym membership and personal training sessions. Just compare life insurance with Confused.com to be in the draw for this great prize.

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Bloggers - Win a UK short break!

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Fancy winning a UK short break and feature spot in our fortnightly newsletter? Share a short post on your best money-saving tips for entertaining children for less in half term.

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MOT printouts 'not always reliable'

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Used car buyers should not rely on printed MOT documents, trading standards chiefs have warned. The paper certificates can be easily forged or altered so used car buyers should not take them at face value...

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