Personal Finance (UK)

How diesel cars could be hit in the Budget

Motorists must watch the Budget carefully after the Chancellor's warning earlier this year that additional tax would be considered as part of a wider …

British Airways to launch new boarding policy - here's what you need to know

<b>British Airways will introduce a policy</b> <b>to board travellers with the cheapest tickets in two separate groups - but it's refusing to say whether</b> <b>those</b> …

Airlines

The car that stops itself if you're about to crash

The Japanese company, famous for its MX-5 two-seater sports car, is launching what it calls a co-pilot system that will brake the vehicle if it veers …

Transportation

How to buy, sell, spend cryptocurrencies online with LBX

For many who have heard about the cryptocurrency boom and are interested in getting involved, major stumbling blocks include how to buy it without …

Banking

ALEX BRUMMER: Damaging brawl at the LSE

The brawl at the London Stock Exchange is an unedifying spectacle. As a pillar of the City of London, the exchange is meant to be an exemplar of good …

What's in store for homeowners in the Budget?

Housing has been widely tipped to steal the show in Wednesday's Budget, with the Prime Minister saying this week it's now her 'personal mission' to …

Housing

Can tin foil behind your radiators cut energy bills?

The idea is simple - using a reflective foil behind your radiator will bounce heat back into the room, rather than letting it seep out through the …

Home Improvement

Accounting watchdog launches another probe into Mitie's accounts

Outsourcing firm Mitie is facing a fresh investigation into its accounting practices by the watchdog, it was revealed today.<p>The Financial Reporting …

Private car park operators gear up for 'Christmas bonanza'

Christmas shoppers who use the car have been warned to be 'very wary' about using private car parks during the festive period thanks to the …

MARKETS LIVE: Shares on the slide as sentiment turns

Shares have were in negative territory on Monday as sentiment turned bearish at the start of the new week due to various geopolitical worries.

Economy

LSE comes clean on departure of boss Xavier Rolet

LSE directors prepare to publish evidence they say shows outgoing boss Xavier Rolet was overly domineering.

SUNDAY NEWSPAPER SHARE TIPS: Amryt Pharma and Equiniti

We round up the Sunday newspaper share tips. This week, Midas analyses drugs firm Amryt which focuses on treatments for rare diseases, the Times …

Peppa Pig

Departing easyJet boss Carolyn McCall gets £5m farewell

The 56-year-old owns more than 328,000 shares in the airline, valued at £4.2million.

Airlines

Martin Lewis reveals whether turning heating on and off ACTUALLY saves you money

With the weather turning colder and the dark nights drawing in, it’s the time of year you often start to worry about your heating bill.<p>But how can …

Thermostats

Self-employed face new onslaught in the Budget

Chancellor Philip Hammond is this week expected to risk a new political storm by announcing plans to raise billions of pounds from Britain’s army of …

National Insurance

The universities that earn graduates the highest salaries

The university you go to matters when it comes to predicting likely future earnings - and so does the course, new research into graduate incomes has …

MBA

How James Bond-style gizmos can add value to your home

A James Bond-style home with a hidden bed that pops out with just the press of a button may sound like a gimmick, but it could prove to be a shrewd …

You can make a 344% profit from this accidental 'investment'

I love the occasional articles on This is Money when professional investors reveal their luckiest (best) and worst (you did what?) investments. See …

Liam Gallagher

Lord Heseltine warns against a 'magic money tree' in Budget

The voice is a bit more growly with age, but the collar-grazing silver mane still makes a swoosh.<p>And at 84, on the eve of the Budget, Michael …

Brexit

The emerging markets fund boss who aims to help you sleep soundly

Active fund management – where a human being rather than a robot pulls all the strings – is under attack like never before.<p>Many people think it is …

Investing

Jaguar’s E-Pace is the small cat expected to sell big

The E-Pace is expected to build on the success of Jaguar’s first ever SUV, the bigger F-Pace, and win over a new breed of family buyers to the firm.

Jaguar Land Rover

Pay for Christmas with our six seasonal saving tips

The Christmas shopping season begins in earnest this week with Black Friday then Cyber Monday when bargain-hunters look for big ‘one-day discounts’ …

Money

TV property expert link to oil boss in Nigerian bribery probe

A London estate agent who appeared on the BBC’s Homes Under The Hammer has been named in an investigation into alleged corruption by a former …

Corruption

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Here’s a way to save face, Mr Hammond

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond would be wise not to forget savers in Wednesday’s Budget. Although he might point to the recent 0.25 …

What could Chancellor Philip Hammond announce in 2017 Budget?

Chancellor Philip Hammond has a battle on his hands to deliver a Budget next week that appeals to young voters while also keeping the core …

Brexit

EasyJet is expected to report a trading boost

In recent months Ryanair has cancelled thousands of flights following a mix-up over pilots’ rosters – and Monarch Airlines collapsed last month.

Monarch Airlines

Fashion profits fall as Icelandic firm goes cold on sale

The three brands – whose garments have been worn by celebrities including Holly Willoughby, Emma Willis and the Duchess of Cambridge – were put up …

Holly Willoughby

MIDAS TIPS: Amryt Pharma's remedies can save lives and cheer savers

High cholesterol normally afflicts people in their 50s and above, often because they eat the wrong food and take too little exercise.<p>In some cases, …

Medicine

Britons to spend £7bn over Black Friday weekend

Britons will spend £7bn over Black Friday weekend, but the splurge could leave retailers with a headache ahead of Christmas as shoppers return …

Shopping

Be bold and back the firms of the future, says NEIL CRAVEN

There is a startling fact about the Government’s strategy for British industry – there isn’t one. At a stretch, you could string together a few stray …