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New home contents insurance scheme launched for low income householdsNew home contents insurance scheme launched...
A major insurance broker is operating a scheme to provide home contents insurance to people on low incomes in England and Wales.
UK fuel poverty getting worseUK fuel poverty getting worse
A committee of MPs has warned that fuel poverty in the UK is getting worse, despite efforts by government to eradicate the problem...
John Baron MP: Clarity on energy billsJohn Baron MP: Clarity on energy...
Ahead of his Westminster Hall debate on energy regulation, Conservative MP John Baron says energy customers need better informatio...
Half Term Creates Home Insurance HavocHalf Term Creates Home Insurance Havoc
Half term holidays significantly increase the likelihood of home insurance claims according to Swinton, the UKs leading high stre...
Salford residents avoid  the bite of a loan sharkSalford residents avoid the bite...
Residents of Contour Homes - one of the biggest housing and regeneration companies in the North West - had access to expert money ...
Baroness Scott: Urgent action needed on repossessionsBaroness Scott: Urgent action needed on...
Baroness Scott of Needham Market writes for ePolitix.com about the need to provide further protection for tenants with private lan...
Baxi launches EnergyHub to inform the energy consciousBaxi launches EnergyHub to inform the...
UK boiler manufacturer Baxi is launching Baxi EnergyHub, an informative online resource packed with impartial advice and informati...
Home repossessions up 50%Home repossessions up 50%
The number of people who lost their homes soared by more than 50% during the first quarter of the year, figures showed today.
National register for private landlordsNational register for private landlords
All private landlords in England will have to put their details on a national register before they can let properties to tenants.
Smart metering closer to realitySmart metering closer to reality
Ed Miliband has outlined plans to replace all 47 million meters in Britain with new 'smart' meters for electricity and gas within ...
Citizen power a step closer as Commons moves to slash red tapeCitizen power a step closer as...
The House of Commons today took an important step to allow citizens to produce their own sustainable heat and power when it gave a...
Homeowners urged to look at 'true cost' of mortgage dealsHomeowners urged to look at 'true...
Homeowners were urged today to look at the total cost of a mortgage and not just the interest rate when comparing different deals.
Mortgage approvals reach 10-month high - analysisMortgage approvals reach 10-month high -...
The number of mortgages approved for people buying a home rose for the second month in a row during March to reach a 10-month high...
Oil-Powered Boilers May Be Bursting with Home Insurance ClaimsOil-Powered Boilers May Be Bursting with...
Some oil-powered boilers may not be covered by standard home insurance, leaving homeowners vulnerable to costly repairs, warns Swi...
How not to let in the credit crunchHow not to let in the...
According to property website, Globrix, the number of new rental properties coming onto the market rose from 98,841 in the final t...
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