The Treasury Committee is to investigate the student loan system and the financial implications of tuition fees, joining two other committees also looking into higher education finances. Lead by Nicky Morgan MP, the probe will examine the repayment threshold and...
Interest rates set to rise The Bank of England has hinted that a rise in the interest rates could happen sooner than expected. Currently sitting at 0.5 percent, some economists are predicting a rise could come as soon as May...
Dodging car tax after tax discs scrapped. According to government figures, the number of unlicensed vehicles on the road has increased threefold since the paper tax discs were retired. Last year alone, 755,000 unlicensed vehicles were on the road,...
One percent pay cap to be lifted on public sector workers. After mounting pressure to increase pay rises in the public sector, the government has decided to remove the one percent pay cap that has been imposed since 2013. Police...
Moving out of halls can be a financially complex endeavor, with rising demand fueling an increase in rental costs. The national rent average increased by eleven percent in 2016 alone, and the added burden of dealing with bills only...
Qatar stock market tumbles amid diplomatic row  After seven neighbouring countries cut diplomatic ties with Qatar amidst allegations of supporting militant groups and its ties to Iran, the nationís stock markets plunged. The severance of ties with Saudi Arabia, Egypt,...