November 2008 news archive
First-time buyers fall by more than 50%
Motorists opt for lower fuel costs over reliability
People 'will find cash for Christmas treats'
Brits move abroad for sunnier climes and better quality of life
Mortgage market 'will shrink by 80 per cent this year'
Quarter of Brits going without insurance
Bad driving habits 'can have large costs'
Financial fibs revealed as one in three admit lying about money
SSE 'pledges to drop fuel costs'
Young insured drivers 'terrorising UK roads'
European Commission calls for energy price drop
Miliband meets with big energy firms
Rise in fraudulent car finance applications
Whiplash claims 'could affect future car insurance premiums'
Conservative energy proposals welcomed
ScottishPower to help over 380,000 homes by end of 2008
SNP calls for 'decisive energy action'
Chelsea and Kensington 'most expensive roads in UK'
Homeowners 'looking to go green'
Feed-in energy tariff scheme extended
Experts warn: 'Be covered this Christmas'
British Gas launches Help the Aged partnership
Watchdog calls for energy firms to 'break rank'
Interest-only mortgage owners 'should seriously consider investing'
Energy firms 'should drop prices by Christmas'
Electricity review in Northern Ireland
Brits not checking energy bills
Age Concern calls for focused aids in pre-budget report
Brits most concerned about financial predicament
Fuel poverty 'cuts across all sectors of society'
E.ON provides solar grant for school
Friends of the Earth challenges govt to end fuel poverty
Women warned about handbag car thefts
Brits carrying debts into retirement
The Times reports that sources close to energy firms claim they are planning price reductions of less that ten per cent.
British Gas is to cut prices for its customers on dual fuel prepayment meters from December 18th.
North Lincolnshire council looking to appoint 'Energy Tsar'.
Chancellor's pre-budget energy proposals praised
npower opening new business centre
Darling warns energy firms to 'drop prices'
UK's current renewable energy incentives 'not enough'
Ofgem 'could investigate direct debit bills'
Specsavers has found that drivers are in favour of legislation for mandataory eye test for road users
One million contactless cards have been issued since they were first launched by Barclaycard
British Gas sets up emergency helpline for direct debit customers.
ScottishPower's Whitelee Windfarm is now the largest onshore windfarm in Europe.
EDF Energy announces a green transformer,which is filled with vegetable oil.
Paul Golby, E.ON UK chief executive, said the firm is looking to drop energy prices.
Britain's 2m Muslims can now get halal car insurance
One in five workers missing out on pensions
Thrifty kids top up pocket money
Enjoy a silent night this Christmas
Secretive men hide 55% more of their spending than women
75% of Brits unaware they are eligible for tax relief on pension contributions
Longer hours ahead for stressed-out British workers
Disposable income 'slashed by nearly 30% in two years'
80% of drivers 'ignore warnings about leaving valuables in cars'
Fifth of Brits planning loft conversions after law change
Bank of England cuts interest rate by 1.5%
Homeowners 'throwing money away' by buying insurance twice
Honeymoons waning as cash-strapped couples choose minibreaks
'Cut car insurance costs' with simple maintenance