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Property hunters from the city increasingly search for homes by the sea, with Margate, Skegness and Swansea proving popularResidents in half of Britain's biggest cities are...
Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. Find out how to contact him below.Ms J.D....
Local authorities across Britain are failing to take the lead to tackle their own air pollution levels with diesel models accounting for seven in ten local council cars, a new report shows.The study also found that the authorities...
FTSE LIVE: Mulberry blames House of Fraser for £3m profits hit; KPMG slapped with fine over Ted Baker audit; UK stocks up on the openBy This...
We round up the Sunday newspaper share tips. This week, Midas tips Drax, the Sunday Times looks at PureTech, and the Telegraph assesses the prospects of investment trusts with significant overseas holdings. ...
A new Care Isa excluding savings from hated 'death tax' is being mulled by the Government, says reportAny money left over would be passed to heirs...
Motorists could be fined for driving just 1mph over the speed limit under a zero-tolerance crackdown being considered by police chiefs.An official review is now under way into the 'buffer zone' that currently protects drivers from punishment if...
Rail passengers face a hike in fares of up to 3.2 per cent from January – but there are ways to fight back.Writing to your MP or joining a passenger campaign group are ways to vent frustration –...
Insurers increasingly lure customers into buying home and motor cover with a low initial price, then prey on fears and tempt purchasers to take out additional cover – charging extra for the privilege.Premiums for these add-ons are cleverly...
'The first thing I would do if I was the Chancellor would be to make sure the...

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