There has been increasing difficulty for young adults in Britain to secure a place on the property ladder, causing many to be "locked out of the housing market". Recent studies from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has found in...
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...
The governor of the Bank of England (BoE) has called for elements of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to be regulated to tackle illegal activity. In a speech made earlier this month, Mark Carney highlighted how cryptocurrencies fail at fulfilling the...
As of January 2018, the pesky surcharges faced by consumers simply for paying by credit or debit card will be banned in the UK. The new directive, known as the Payment Services Directive (PSD2), comes from the European Union, and...
A California man has successfully sued Tinder, claiming the dating app discriminates against users over the age of 30 by charging them more to use the premium service Tinder Plus. Tinder Plus allows users to have Unlimited Likes, Rewind to...
Food price inflation expected to slow: After last year's high inflation in food prices, many will be relieved to hear that the rate at which the price of food increases will be slowing down over the next 6 months, according...