Santander, Halifax and Nationwide building society are still winning the biggest share of current account movers - but which account to choose? Andrew Hagger shares his advice
The PSA will allow savers to receive up to £1,000 a year of their interest free of tax but was little more than a pre-election gesture from a Government that has continuously protected borrowers at the expense of savers, says Andrew Hagger
Failing to keep tabs on your current account balance could mean you exceed your agreed overdraft limit and face hefty bank charges in the first few weeks of 2016
Help To Buy Isas were launched on Wednesday and offer a government bonus of 25 per cent of the amount you save
The freeze on the maximum amount of money that you can stash in an Isa shouldn't come as much of a surprise
The Isas will be launched on 1 December and aim "to help working people who want to buy their own home"
Sick of your bank? There's an obvious solution: get a new one
Simon Read has been talking with two fairly distressed people this week
The Big Bash has been a smash hit. If the plethora of staff and officials from the England and Wales Cricket Board who have been in and out of Australia at various times during the past three months have learned nothing from it, they have been wasting their time.
A group of lapdancers kidnapped and beat a nightclub boss after he failed to pay them more than £42,000, a court heard.
The battle to offer low-deposit mortgages stepped up today after a lender unveiled new deals under the Government's Help to Buy scheme and another announced plans to join the initiative.
Embarrassing failure left customers unable to use credit and debit cards for three hours
Series still to play for after another thrilling innings from England’s fastest run-maker
The time has almost come for Australia’s tour of England to end. It will be a merciful release. The arrival of autumn and the familiarity of the teams have conspired to lend a perfunctory air to the later proceedings.
Coach knocks former captain for criticising squad ahead of third ODI against Australia
Australia's Pakistan-born leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed is more likely to worry about his apparently questionable table-tennis skills than David Campese's suggestion that he should "go home".