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From shoe-throwing to roller-skating, we round up the most weird and wonderful Christmas rituals from around the world.
From gruesome crashes to images of twisted bones, many of us will have seen examples of the shock-tactic advertising used by road safety campaigners. But do these adverts work?
Is our pension system beyond salvation? Should we bother saving for old age? Chris Torney, personal finance editor of the Daily Express, gives his view.
It's easy to buy essentials such as tea bags and toilet paper for less than the recommended retail price. Which everyday items do you refuse to pay full price for?
Gas and electricity bills are set to rise this winter. But do you know where the money you pay goes? Kate Rose, head of gas and electricity at Confused.com, explains.
A change in the law means police can now issue fines for careless driving. But what exactly is careless driving? Motor lawyer Jeanette Miller explains.
Workplace pension auto-enrolment launched one year ago and has led to more people saving for retirement. But why are some workers still holding out?
Ed Miliband's pledge to freeze gas and electricity prices for 20 months if Labour win the 2015 general election has highlighted the resentment and confusion that surrounds Britain's energy market.
You've parked your car in a car park, done your shopping – and come back to find it scratched or scuffed! The victim of shoddy parking by another motorist.
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