As pump prices fall, the proportion we give to the government in fuel taxes is rising. Campaigners are calling for a cut in duty – but is this realistic?
2014 surprised many people, with no sign of the long-awaited interest-rate hike and a drastic fall in the price of oil. So what does 2015 have in store?
The wholesale costs of petrol and diesel are practically the same. So why are diesel owners being charged so much more for fuel? Rob Griffin investigates.
New figures show that claims for compensation for damage to vehicles caused by potholes have risen by a factor of 10 in parts of the UK.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has admitted that steps could soon be taken to cool Britain's surging housing market.
People who have been unemployed for more than a year are to be subject to a range of new measures such as intensive coaching and community work.
Home buyers are now paying nearly 97% of the asking price of a property, marking the highest average percentage seen in nearly 12 years, property analyst Hometrack has reported.
The number of cars manufactured in the UK last month was 12% higher than in the corresponding period of last year, according to official figures.
Inflation fell for the sixth month in succession in March paving the way for an end to the prolonged squeeze on wages, official figures showed on Tuesday.
Flexible pension rules mean people will be able to take more risk with their cash at retirement. But research suggests annuities will remain popular.
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