Shop prices fell at their fastest rate on record in December, in a sign of intense competition on the high street over the crucial Christmas trading period.
Ed Davey believes a continent-wide network of underground electricity cables could slash bills
Campaigners have used the latest price increase to warn that by 2018 the Government will be 'making a profit from passengers'
More people believe they would be helped than harmed by a rise in interest rates, according to a new survey.
Don’t go in expecting this season’s designs for £4.50. But you can find the odd gem
Prices rose by 1.1 per cent month on month to reach £174,910 on average
The Office for National Statistics maintained growth figures unchanged at 0.8% for the third quarter
Despite its cost, London's reputation as a global hub for culture and study is (practically) unrivalled
Meanwhile the Retail Prices Index fell from 3.3 per cent in August to 3.2 per cent in September
Labour plans to rein in energy lobbyists as analysis shows ministers have met with energy giants five times more often than with consumer groups
Tens of thousands of people would club together to set up their own energy companies under plans being considered by the Labour Party.
One analyst said the lethal crackdown showed the unrest ‘terrified the government’
Blow for Ed Miliband as he prepares to put the cost of living at the heart of his appeal to the country
Office of Fair Trading accuses retailers of entering into illegal anti-competition deals with retailer of the Shock Absorber range, famously marketed in adverts with Anna Kournikova, from 2008 to 2011
Petrol prices rose 2p per litre compared to a rise of 3.5p per litre in the same month last year
Visitors vow to avoid island until saga over unpopular Arriva buses is resolved