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Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Customers face further hikes to energy bills with exit fees for leaving fixed-rate deals now up to 10 times higher than they were in 2021.


Weather is heating up for the longest day of the year

Weather is heating up for the longest day of the year

Weather is heating up for the longest day of the year

Tuesday marks this year's Summer Solstice but what does the weather forecast look like for the longest day of the year?


RSPCA fears for pet health as cash-strapped owners cut back

RSPCA fears for pet health as cash-strapped owners cut back

RSPCA fears for pet health as cash-strapped owners cut back

Animal charities say owners are cutting back on medical bills and pet food as the cost of living crisis squeezes budgets.


Immaculate cottage has direct access to Rutland Water

Immaculate cottage has direct access to Rutland Water

Immaculate cottage has direct access to Rutland Water

Church View Cottage is an extremely well presented stone built cottage, located in a beautiful village with direct access to Rutland Water.


Five sun creams fail Which? tests as heatwave takes hold

Five sun creams fail Which? tests as heatwave takes hold

Five sun creams fail Which? tests as heatwave takes hold

Which? sun cream tests see high street products outperform some more expensive mineral-based brands, prompting a warning from the consumer group.


Millions to get first cost of living payment next month

Millions to get first cost of living payment next month

Millions to get first cost of living payment next month

The first of the government's cost of living support payments will begin dropping into people's accounts in July but who will get the money and when?


Country braces itself for searing 34C heat

Country braces itself for searing 34C heat

Country braces itself for searing 34C heat

Temperatures could hit 34C by Friday, the Met Office is warning, which has prompted public health officials to raise the heat-health alert level.


How to keep your pets safe in the sun

How to keep your pets safe in the sun

How to keep your pets safe in the sun

Heat exhaustion can pose a real danger to pets, so here's the RSPCA's top tips for keeping animals cool and comfortable during the hot weather.


Prisoners face drinking bans and alcohol tags on leaving jail

Prisoners face drinking bans and alcohol tags on leaving jail

Prisoners face drinking bans and alcohol tags on leaving jail

People leaving prison could be given alcohol bans and sobriety tags under new plans to cut reoffending rates and drink-fuelled crime.


7 charity shop bargain-hunting tips you should follow to save money

7 charity shop bargain-hunting tips you should follow to save money

7 charity shop bargain-hunting tips you should follow to save money

With eBay's coupling with Love Island putting secondhand outfits in the spotlight, here's 7 tips to follow when attempting to bag a bargain.


Are you one of 770,000 people eligible for an extra £3,300 a year?

Are you one of 770,000 people eligible for an extra £3,300 a year?

Are you one of 770,000 people eligible for an extra £3,300 a year?

More than 770,000 people are missing out on more than £1.7 billion in unclaimed pension credits - are you one of them?


Strawberry Supermoon set to delight skygazers and here's when to see it

Strawberry Supermoon set to delight skygazers and here's when to see it

Strawberry Supermoon set to delight skygazers and here's when to see it

Stargazers are gearing up to capture June's Stawberry Supermoon and here's how and when you can see it from today.


Free beer scam spreading like 'wildfire' through Whatsapp

Free beer scam spreading like 'wildfire' through Whatsapp

Free beer scam spreading like 'wildfire' through Whatsapp

Whatsapp users are being warned not to interact with a scam message offering free coolers of Heineken beer for Father's Day.


High street plans could bring thousands of shops back into use

High street plans could bring thousands of shops back into use

High street plans could bring thousands of shops back into use

Forcing landlords to rent out empty high street shops could bring thousands of properties back into use, a think tank has said.

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