Get involved and make a difference in the fight against homelessness.
The latest articles on cost of living
As lenders withdraw some of their products, we take a look at what’s triggered the current turmoil in the mortgage market and what buyers and homeowners can do.
The Bank of England’s latest increase adds a further £60-a-month to repayments for homeowners with a £200,000 variable mortgage.
Core inflation rose to a new 31-year high in May, suggesting the Bank of England will have to increase interest rates by more than previously expected.
Inflation falls below 10% for the first time since August last year but the drop was smaller than expected, suggesting interest rates have not yet peaked.
As a renter, you have every right to hunt for a better energy deal and switch energy suppliers. Here's everything you need to know.
As household budgets are squeezed with higher mortgage rates and cost of living pressures, this was a budget that focused on stimulating the economy and jobs, says Richard Donnell.
Inflation has peaked and is set to fall to 2.9% by the end of 2023, said Chancellor Jeremy Hunt in his Spring Budget, as he unveiled plans for help with fuel bills, childcare costs and pensions.
Ofgem has reduced the energy price cap by nearly £1,000, from £4,279 to an average of £3,280 a year, following steep increases in 2022.