Big six energy firms to pay back money owed

The big six energy companies owe millions of pounds to customers who've overpaid when changing suppliers or moving house. But from today, customers can claim that money back.

Energy firms say most eligible people will receive an average of 50 pounds. In the past, getting refunds has sometimes proved difficult as Rebecca and Adam Wharmby have discovered.

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Get cheap travel and luxury buys with Martin's deals

Avios flight sale – just pay £1 taxes and charges, flash codes including rare Ted Baker 20% off, Boden 25% off and Carnaby street offers, plus Eurostar £59 return sale and the anticipated £45 Sanctuary Spa gift set for £22 - these are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ deals of the week.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

Have you ever been hit with parking charges?

Have you ever been hit with a car parking charge outside a supermarket or hospital?

Nearly two million motorists received a car parking charge last year, ith some of them being fined up to two hundred pounds, after going over a time limit whilst parked on a privately run car park - often found outside supermarkets and hospitals.

Today we speak to Michael Green whose mission with the High Court put an end to his charges.

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Has the warm autumn affected high street sales?

The mild weather and Indian summer has caused a pre-Christmas slump on the high street.

Yesterday Next and M&S both warned that sales for their winter ranges were down by such a degree they threatened profits. M&S will release their results next month, and H&M and John Lewis also say the warm autumn has led to a drop in sales.

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