The number of homeowners under 35 has slumped by nearly 300,000, it has been revealed, as a review into the housing market is launched.Read the full story ›
The energy secretary has asked Ofgem to investigate after claims E.ON paid Age UK to push expensive tariff on the elderly.Read the full story ›
Kettle Chips have recalled packets of snacks which they fear may contain small pieces of plastic.Read the full story ›
Boots have cut the price of women's razors and eye cream after a campaign against 'sexist pricing' accused them of "ripping off" women.Read the full story ›
BT's broadband and phone network is reportedly back up and running after customers were unable to access services for more than two hours.Read the full story ›
Scottish Power has announced it will cut its standard domestic gas prices by an average 5.4%, making it the third energy supplier to announce a drop in recent weeks.
The reduction, effective from 15 March, will benefit more than one million customers and reduce the average standard gas bill by £32, the company said.
It comes after SSE and E.ON announced 5.3% and 5.1% cuts in their gas tarrifs respectively.
The 20-year-old law student bought eight chocolate bars with no wafer inside and will not let the matter lie.Read the full story ›
The supermarket giant said online shopping meant longer opening hours were no longer needed.Read the full story ›
HSBC today said it had successfully defended its internet banking service from a cyber attack.
The bank said its personal banking website was affected by a "denial of service attack", which it has successfully defended itself against.
A denial of service attack happens when hackers attempt to prevent people from using a service by bombarding it with traffic.