Danny Ings charged with speeding after he was caught over the limit in his Bentley on the M27

Premier League star Danny Ings, 29, is charged with speeding after he was caught over the limit while driving his Bentley on the M27 in the early hours of the morning The Southampton striker sped 10mph over the speed limit on February 3 The England international failed to respond to a fixed penalty notice The … Read more

TikTok ditches its 60 second limit and will now let users post videos up to three minutes long 

TikTok is now letting users film and upload videos up to three minutes in length, the company has announced.  The Chinese-owned app, which lets users make clips to share with their followers, previously had a 60-second limit on videos.   According to the firm, the changes will be rolling out for users worldwide over ‘the coming weeks’.  … Read more

Will the £100 contactless limit mean a fraudster spending spree?

Millions of Britons are worried about fraudsters potentially racking up a several-hundred-pound spending bill on a lost or stolen card ahead of the increase in the contactless limit later this year, new research suggests. Two-thirds of people are worried about contactless fraud on their bank cards if they lose them, according to research from Zopa, … Read more

Barclaycard under pressure to reverse credit limit cuts for steady customers

Barclaycard customers have called on it to reverse heavy-handed credit card limit cuts hitting cardholders whose financial circumstances have remained steady – or even improved – over the last year. This is Money received a deluge of responses from readers by email and on social media after we reported on the growing backlash against the … Read more

Police car was travelling at 34mph over the speed limit when it hit and killed a young woman

A police car was travelling at 34mph over the speed limit when it hit and killed a young woman as she waited for her boyfriend, a court heard. PC Gary Wilkinson was driving at 64mph in a 30mph zone on Warwick Road, Kensington, when he crashed into Jade Mutua, 22 on August 13 last year. … Read more

Boris Johnson offers to set a ‘time limit’ on vaccine certificates to answer critics’ fears

A ‘time limit’ of less than a year could be imposed on the vaccine passport scheme to head off a Tory revolt on the issue, the Mail can reveal. Boris Johnson will give the green light on Monday to the development of a system of ‘vaccine certification’ as he looks to reinvigorate the economy. Ministers … Read more

Driver, 32, who tested three times the limit following car crash is let off by magistrates

A driver who tested nearly three times the alcohol limit after crashing her Mercedes A180 outside her home has been let off by magistrates.  Charlotte Singleton failed a breath test after the collision with an oncoming vehicle at 10pm on August 25 last year, following a drinks party at a friend’s home. But she claimed … Read more

VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Is increasing the contactless limit to £100 wise?

VICTORIA BISCHOFF: With the contactless limit set to increase to £100… is it becoming too easy to splurge? By Victoria Bischoff for the Daily Mail Published: 22:01 GMT, 9 March 2021 | Updated: 22:01 GMT, 9 March 2021 Spending money has never been so easy. Just a quick tap of your card and you’re away. … Read more

Could a higher contactless limit of £100 mean putting your Pin in MORE?

Contactless shoppers could potentially have to key in their Pin more often to prevent fraud when the tap and pay limit is more than doubled to £100 later in the year.  Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce the contactless limit for credit and debit cards will be increased from £45 in the Budget, to allow retailers … Read more

Contactless payment limit will rise from £45 to £100

Contactless payment limit will rise from £45 to £100 in bid to boost economy after lockdown – but banks warn of increased fraud risk Rishi Sunak is set to increase the contactless payment limit from £45 to £100 The limit was last increased from £30 to £45 at the start of the Covid pandemic Banks … Read more