Over a billion hours of paid overtime were worked last year – but only...

One in ten workers did paid overtime in Britain in the last year but only a fifth of them got at least a ‘time...

Thousands are seeking help for viewing child pornography

The number of people seeking help to stop viewing images of child abuse has risen by 40% in the past year. According to figures released...

£50 note to stay despite concerns over money lsundering

The Treasury has confirmed that the £50 note will remain a part of UK currency despite concerns over its use in fraud and money...

Consumers waste £494 million each month on subscriptions

From unused gym memberships to idle TV streaming services, the latest instalment of the Forgotten Subscriptions Index from TopCashback.co.uk, reveals consumers waste £494 million...

Real pay cut for millions of lower and middle paid workers, TUC analysis reveals

Millions of employees in lower-paid and middle-income jobs have had real pay reductions over the last decade, according to new TUC analysis published today. The...

3 million households struggle to afford water bills despite rise in assistance

A new report by the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) shows that almost 700,000 low-income customers received bill reductions through a range of assistance...

Credit card ban for gamblers

The Gambling Commission has announced a ban on gambling businesses allowing consumers in Great Britain to use credit cards to gamble. The ban will...

Coming to a store near you-the six pack mini avocado

First world problems? Yes shoppers have been hit this summer by the shrinking avocado but Tesco have come up with a solution for the fruit...

New report led by Manchester calls for urgent industrial strategy overhaul

The UK’s people, places and businesses will only achieve their potential if there is a complete overhaul of how the government views industrial strategy,...

Public ‘the first line of defence’ to tackle modern slavery amid rise in potential...

Members of the public are the “first line of defence” in tackling modern slavery, and should be aware of the potential to come across...