Half of 18-34 year olds aren't on the electoral role and many are unaware of how this is also damaging their finances
Our research on credit reports made headlines, see what the news said about young people being stuck in a cycle of credit rejection.
The Daily Mail and financial sister site This is Money cover our research finding that millions are missing out on the opportunity to get the best deals.
18-34 year olds are disproportionately being refused credit, and many are stuck in a vicious cycle of debt, turning to payday lenders and pawn shops
What we're doing to fight for free credit reports in 2015 - credit reporting agencies respond and planning for the roundtable gets underway.
Daily Mail and This is Money cover our latest research which found one in three find errors on their credit reports, and the reporting agencies respond.
One in three credit reports containing errors - nearly 5 million consumers - and 12 million have been turned down for credit according to new research.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today announced a study into the UK’s credit card market, following research earlier this year that showed the credit card market is not working for consumers.
The It’s My Report campaign calling for free access to credit reports launched this week. In just three days it has received over 10,000 signatures showing support. This show of support from you has given us the backing we need to take the campaign forward, but we still have a long way to go.
The Mirror have picked up on our Its My Report campaign, highlighting the fact that credit reports are used by everyone from landlords and mobile phone companies to prospective employers.
Our credit report campaign has generated a huge amount of support. We look at your comments so far.
The Daily Mail and their sister site ThisIsMoney have covered the It's My Report campaign - 'Access to credit reports in Britain lags behind many other developed nations.'
The FT's James Pickford has covered the Its My Report campaign this morning. 'Make standard credit checks free' (subscription required).
Currently UK consumers have to pay a £2 fee for access to their report on top of a 'monthly subscription' fee of around £15 to credit referencing agencies, although many agencies do offer one-off free trial periods. However, credit reporting in other countries is already very different.
More than 30% of UK consumers - the equivalent of 15 million people aged over 18 - have never checked their credit report, according to new research from uSwitch.