Access to cash is especially important for people living outside of cities. Our guest author Stella Hurley describes what happened when her local ATM shut.
Buying a house and starting a family got me into a spiral of debt I thought I’d never escape from – but paying for most things in cash saved me, writes our guest author Katie Johnson.
We want people to be better protected from flammable plastic-backed fridge-freezers. Do you back our call for retailers to take fire-risk appliances off the shelves?
It’s been three years since we first published our concerns with Whirlpool’s tumble dryer safety fault affecting five million of its machines in the UK, yet we still have serious concerns with the company’s handling of the issue.
While there has been a decline in its use, cash remains immensely popular and important for many people. We’re worried there’s a growing tendency to overlook the important role that cash still plays.
New laws come into place today to make company directors accountable for plaguing people with nuisance calls. How soon could the Information Commissioner’s Office use their new powers?
We all have our own individual train horror stories, but is satisfaction with our railways declining across the board? Our research suggests it is…
VW Group has finally issued the recall of 75,000 VW and Seat cars affected by a potentially lethal car seat belt fault. But what took them so long?
Does cash hold a place in the future of money or are digital transactions now king? Our guest author Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, wants to know your thoughts.
Today, we’ve revealed that train companies are failing to deal with passenger complaints effectively or sometimes even politely. Given my own experiences, this doesn’t come as a surprise at all.
On Monday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP, will set out the UK Government’s proposals for tax and spending for the next financial year. Here’s what we want to see, based on our campaigning through 2018.
Our research has found that people are still losing life-changing sums of money to fraudsters exploiting bank transfer payments. So, how much longer should we wait for effective action from industry?
The first of four cuts to the ATM interchange fee, the fee that funds the free-to-use cashpoint network, have come into force. We’re concerned about the impact on communities’ and consumers’ ability to freely access cash. (more on free cashpoints…)
Today, the government has announced that it will roll out ‘one-click’ compensation across the rail network. It’s a welcome step forward, but we’re calling for more.