Let's face it, the last thing any student wants to do is have to fork out hundreds of pounds a year on rail travel just to be able to travel home from uni a few times a year. But...
UK borrowing falls to lowest level in 11 years It is good news for the UK economy. Government borrowing has fallen by £3.5bn in the past year, making last year the lowest year of borrowing for 11 years. It means...
The introduction of a new sugar tax on soft drinks has meant that consumers could end up paying more for their favourite fizzy drinks. The ‘Soft Drinks Industry Levy’, or ‘sugar tax’, was first announced in 2016 in the hopes...
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 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...
Train fares across the UK went up by an average of 3.4 percent in the New Year, the largest rise in rail fares for five years. The amount is slightly below July's Retail Prices Index (RPI) of 3.6 percent which...