There were almost half a million complaints to councils last year about noisy or inconsiderate neighbours. We explain how to stand up for your rights.
Probes into half of all property crimes in the capital, including robberies and break-ins, were dropped by Scotland Yard in 2013, new figures have shown.
Oxfam is calling for more to be done to protect vulnerable households from the devastating effects of climate change.
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Names like Fanny Street and Slag Lane may make us laugh but rude street names can knock thousands of pounds off the value of your home, finds new research.
More than £446 million will be paid out to victims of the severe winter floods, it is claimed.
One in five homes lack contents insurance with 18 to 35-year-olds more likely to shun cover. But as burglary rates fall, is cover necessary? We take a look.
Only one severe warning remains in place as the worst flooding of recent years continues to ease.
Money – or the lack of it – is causing couples to fast-forward relationships, as 21% admit finances caused them to move in together sooner than planned.
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