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Late Sturridge goal punishes Denmark

Don’t put your boiler on the back-burner: check that you’re fully covered in the event of your central heating breaking down

Savvy Money: Going away? Make sure your home cover is leak-proof

Burst pipes or broken boilers are bad enough so don't let your insurance leave you high and dry

The Business Matrix: Saturday 21 December 2013

Thames drops bid to raise water bills

Factories will be paid to switch off their electricity during times of highest demand next winter

Ofgem's plan to keep the lights on: Factories to be paid to cut back electricity use

The initiative is aimed at the highest industrial users of power who will be encouraged to switch maximum output away from afternoons and evenings

Motorists hit by £200m rip-off on insurance

Competition watchdog says premiums are being inflated by excessive costs

Outlook: The real reason we pay so much for car insurance...

Outlook There's a popular narrative that holds that the only reason we pay inflated car insurance premiums is an epidemic of false whiplash injury claims generated by ambulance-chasing lawyers.

Scottish universities have the cheapest cost of living in the UK

It can cost up to twice as much to study in London as it does Edinburgh, according to new research

Vitamin pills are a waste of money, offer no health benefits and could be harmful - study

Evidence from the study suggested that 'supplementing the diet of well-nourished adults...has no clear benefit and might even be harmful'

Car insurance premiums 'too high', says Competition Commission

Competition Commission warns that too many drivers are footing the bill for "unnecessary" costs

John Darwin has reportedly been arrested after he left the country without permission

John Darwin: Man who faked his own death held for leaving country without permission

John Darwin, the man who faked his death in a canoe accident and then handed himself in to the police feigning amnesia, has reportedly been arrested after he left the country without permission to meet a woman in Ukraine.

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 17 December 2013

General Atlantic buys MeteoGroup

Julia Peyton-Jones, co-director of the Serpentine Gallery - Peyton-Jones has taken a 60% pay rise

Serpentine charity boss Julia Peyton-Jones took 60 per cent pay rise

Gallery attacked for spending too much of its budget on senior salaries

Lloyd's of London appoints first ever female chief executive Inga Beale

Lloyd's of London insurance has appointed its first ever female chief executive in its 325-year history, succeeding Richard Ward.

RSA faces takeover pressure as chief executive Simon Lee quits

RSA warned it will need to set aside another £130 million to pay out for personal injury claims in its Irish unit

The Business Matrix: Monday 16 December 2013

Moncler skis off with £2bn float

Cutting costs: A typical life and critical illness policy for a 35-year-old non-smoker costs £35 per month

Medical insurance is nursed back to health

Petty exclusions that used to plague buyers of critical illness policies are being overhauled – and not before time – says Chiara Cavaglieri

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