How to challenge a parking ticket
If you've been given a parking ticket, how can you challenge it and what are your rights?

If you’ve ever had your car clamped or had a parking ticket, you’ll know how frustrating it can be. The government banned clamping or towing on private land in England and Wales from October 1st 2012, but there's no regulation of ticketing on private land. So what can you do if you’ve been clamped or had a parking ticket issued (either on private land or on the road) when you don’t think you were in the wrong?

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How to complain to your energy company
How to complain about your energy supplier - what to do if you're unhappy

If you're not happy with your gas or electricity supplier, perhaps because they've made a mistake with your bill or have set your direct debit too high, what can you do?

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The government is going to make it easier to take action against cold callers
If you want to stop cold callers, what can you do?

Companies that cold call or send nuisance texts could be fined up to £500,000 – and it will be easier to take action against them. That’s under plans to be announced by the government today. At the moment it’s hard for the regulator, the Information Commissioner, to take action against the companies. But from April 6th it could be much easier. But what can you do to stop cold calls?

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