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What you need to know to get your money back

Energy bills to soar by up to £400 for millions of households by September

 

Average increase will be £269 per affected household, but those supplied by iSupply, Ovo and Green Network Energy will see even greater hikes of £439, £367 and £342 respectively

One in seven British adults admit to committing fraud

 

Millions think common frauds are 'reasonable'

The best value holiday destinations revealed

 

The average cost of a family holiday has dropped by £76 with six out of ten popular holiday hotspots seeing a reduction in price over the last year, according to research by M&S Bank.

MARKET REPORT: Grainger bullish despite threat of rent controls from London mayor Sadiq Khan

 

The company, which is the UK's biggest owner of residential rental properties, has insisted Khan's proposals would have a limited effect on its performance.

Liberty offloaded by private equity firm Blue Gem Capital to investors led by Glendower

 

Blue Gem bought the department store for £32m in 2010 and is understood to have raked in around £300m from the sale. Under its control, Liberty sales at in the West End rose from £36m to £94m.

Panicking investors send gold prices surging to six-year high after tensions flare

 

Jitters over the growing risk of a conflict between the US and Iran pushed the value up to $1452.60 per ounce - its highest level since May 2013.

BMW appoints company insider Oliver Zipse as chief executive

 

The 55-year-old will take the job next month when boss Harald Kruger leaves after four years. Zipse joined BMW in 1991 as a trainee before working his way up to various management roles.

Departing boss of Royal Bank of Scotland takes a £5.4m-a-year job in Australia

 

Ross McEwan, who wrestled bailed-out RBS back to profit after the financial crisis, will be chief executive of the National Australia Bank once his replacement has been found.

Boeing faces a hit of almost £4bn after its 737 Max planes were grounded around the world

 

Profits are expected to be wiped out during Boeing's second quarter as it compensates airline customers for disruptions and delays to flight schedules as a result of the scandal.

ALEX BRUMMER: Audit should be based on hard numbers: money in and money out

 

Guesses are made for income recognition and there are standard ways of measuring pension deficits in spite of a variation in the quality of assets. But accounts are signed off as a 'true and fair' view.

What does a no-deal Brexit mean for my finances? - This is Money podcast  

 

Could no deal really happen? What would it mean for your money? The Office of Budget Responsibility's verdict is that it would cost us billions, sink the pound, and cause job losses.

Supply of new electric cars could 'trickle' to UK customers after Brexit

 

If Britain leaves the EU without an agreement, Transport & Environment warned that manufacturers would prioritise other markets as part of efforts to hit strict air pollution targets set for 2021.

More than 1.5million households could see energy bills rocket by up to £439 

 

A massive 276 fixed price energy deals from 37 UK energy suppliers will end between July and September, according to new research from uSwitch.com.

Best mortgage rates: Compare fixed rate and tracker rate mortgage deals

 

Two-year fixes have plateaued in price over the past few months, following a prolonged period of falling rates thanks to fierce competition among lenders.

SSP warns it will lose airport sales in wake of Boeing's 737 Max jet crisis

 

Boeing's 737 Max planes were grounded after one crashed in Indonesia in October, and another in Ethiopia in March, killing 346 people.

Savers pay £1million in Lifetime Isa withdrawal penalties

 

More than 1,500 savers have had to pay an average of £695 to the taxman as punishment for withdrawing money from their Lifetime Isa, official figures have revealed.

Asos and Van Elle have been united by their repeated failures 

 

Asos and Van Elle may come from the vastly different worlds of online fashion retail and construction engineering but this week the pair were united by their repeated failures.

TV fans will have to pay £5.99 a month for the BBC and ITV's new streaming service, BritBox

 

The new service, which has been described as being 'truly British', will launch in the UK between October and December and will focus on providing a backlog of classic British boxsets.

House prices are on a rollercoaster, what will happen to your home?

 

Just this week, official figures revealed that in London, once the darling of the housing market, prices are now falling at their fastest rate since the financial crisis of 2008.

Fears Britain's next PM will rip up of the budget rule book

 

When George Osborne launched the OBR in 2010, the goal was to establish independent oversight of economic forecasting, he never would have imagined what's happening now.

French police demand details for 210,000 British drivers in 2019 already

 

Under an agreement called Mutual Legal Assistance, European police forces can request details of British drivers who committed motoring offences overseas from the DVLA to issue fines.

Why women had no idea their state pension age was rising

 

Maggie Briley, 64, of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, said she had no idea her pension age was rising and by the time she learned she would have to wait til 65 she had already quit her full-time job.

I bought a £16 dress it costs £13.50 to return it to China - is this lawful?

 

I recently bought a dress from the website SheChic. I didn't like it when it came and discovered to my horror that it had to be returned to China at a cost of £13.50.

Demand for second-hand clothes and antiques helped High Street bounce back in June

 

Retail sales were 3.8 per cent higher in the month than they had been a year earlier, a study found. Demand for hand-me-downs at charity shops and auctions of antiques helped drive sales.

ALEX BRUMMER: Choosing the next IMF boss is too important to leave to France and Germany alone

 

The IMF played a key role in steering the world out of financial crisis, was central to the bail-out of crisis-hit eurozone nations and is engaged in rescue operations from the Ukraine to Argentina.

Facebook's digital currency could wreak havoc on financial markets, finance ministers warn

 

At a meeting in France, the G7 group of developed nations said the social network's proposed cryptocurrency, Libra, must meet the highest standards before it is allowed to go ahead.

Netflix loses £13bn as it fails to attract new viewers ahead of losing key shows

 

The streaming service's shares sunk by 11.4 per cent in early trading after it reported having 151.6m paying customers at the end of the second quarter, 2m short of its own forecast.

Desperate Debenhams to plead to its lenders for a £50m lifeline as it heads toward Christmas

 

It comes at a difficult time for Debenhams as it prepares to close around 50 of its 166 stores with a cost of 4,000 jobs. The additional borrowing will add to a £200m loan secured in March.

Private equity firm behind £2.5bn takeover of Inmarsat vows to keep its  key operations in the UK  

 

In a legally-binding agreement with the Government, private equity group Connect promised to protect the satellite firm's base in London and maintain its engineering expertise.

Beware dipping into an old pension without telling your current provider

 

Once you tap a pension, you can only pay in £4k a year and get tax relief. You can also be fined if you dip in and fail to tell your current scheme. HMRC won't say how many fines it has levied since 2015.

Vehicle thefts from train station car parks have TREBLED in 4 years

 

Some 414 vehicles - including cars, motorcycles and scooters - were pinched from train stations between April 2018 and the same month in 2019, it has been revealed.

Bump in the road: Motorists face more than 42,000 speed humps in the UK

 

Local council data suggests there has been a 5% rise in the number of speed bumps on UK roads in 3 years. According to recent studies, 22% of drivers say road humps have damaged their cars.

How do I stop my children's spouses getting my estate in a divorce?

 

Can I ring fence my children's inheritance in my will should they divorce in the future so the in-laws do not gain anything from my estate? Lawyer James Ward of Kingsley Napley (pictured) replies.

O2 charged us £7 a month for a Sim card my autistic son never received

 

An O2 customer has revealed how she found the phone giant had been taken money from her autistic son's bank account for the last seven months, even though he had never received the Sim card.

London Transport Museum furniture range to recreate London Underground at home 

 

Items range from £10 mugs showing the colours of the London Underground, to an entire sofa covered in the same fabric designs used on your favourite tube lines.

What kind of property can you rent across the UK for £1,000?

 

The average UK rent currently stands at £934, but what you get for that money varies widely from region to region.

Do I have to give back engagement ring after I called off our wedding?

 

I have recently called off an engagement after deciding that things were no longer working with my ex-fiancée. However, he is now asking for my engagement ring back.

How do I sell US share certificates in the UK? Disposing of old paper shares

 

I bought 100 shares in Microsoft 20 years ago and received a certificate. They have only just risen in value but now I am struggling to sell them. Stephen Wolstenhulme replies.

How the stock market and house prices have changed in ten years

 

I took a trip down memory lane to This is Money as it was a decade ago, when Britain was worried about a double-dip recession and bank bailouts were fresh - but optimism would have paid off.

London's house prices fall fastest since 2009 but expert tips a pick-up

 

London house prices fell 4.4 per cent over the year to May - the fastest pace since the 7 per cent drop recorded in August 2009.

Capital gains tax rule change could cost accidental landlords thousands

 

HM Revenue and Customs has confirmed measures announced in the Spring Statement to curb private residence relief for landlords who once lived in their rental property.

Experts call for heat networks to be regulated 

 

Citizens Advice has called on the Government to extend Ofgem's powers so that it can regulate the industry by July 2022.

 

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