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They say price limits would be flexible and consumers would pay less if oil prices dropped.
How wealthy your parents are is likely to matter more for young adults than it did for older generations.
The regulator is concerned about the motor finance industry - so should car buyers also be worried?
A tumble dryer firm's ex-safety chief tells an inquest that material in the drum burst into flames.
Guidelines on dress codes will be introduced instead of the law being changed, says the government.
Experts point out that the 0.89% deal comes with significant upfront costs.
Who are 'the rich'? These MPs think it's not the right question to ask.
The snap election means the controversial legislation cannot go through in time, ministers say.
The average UK car insurance premium rose by 8% in the past year to £462, the ABI says.
UK households spent the equivalent of $5,900 (£4,611) using payment cards online in 2015.
Mortgage lenders say the steady UK housing market will not be affected by the general election.
A biometric sensor on the card will be used to verify users' identities when making purchases.
A Which? survey finds high levels of dissatisfaction with many UK broadband providers.
Bernard Hender, 19, and Doug McTavish, 39, died in the flat fire above a funeral director's in Llanrwst.
The block of four was sold to a private collector in Australia, setting a record for Indian stamps.
Business secretary says firms "milked" their loyal customers with rising variable energy tariffs.
The Financial Conduct Authority move follows a surge in consumer credit led by car dealership finance.
Royal Bank of Scotland shares are worth less than half what the government paid for them in 2008.
High Street bank TSB says consumers lose out owing to the way lenders mark people's credit files.