The MoneySaving Forum: join to chat & swap tips with other MoneySavers. Learn how in the Forum Introduction Guide Just got a cheque for £970 from BA for delays in 2009 thanks to you telling me about new legislation. More than I actually paid. Flight Delays I took your advice and have claimed PPI from all the companies we had loans with. The result has been overwhelming, approximately £19,000 back… thank you. If you’re jetting off for a short break with hand luggage only, you may be surprised to find some UK airports make you put cosmetics such as lipstick, eye liner and solid deodorant in your ‘liquids’ bag when you take them through security. Here’s how to pack to make sure you don’t fall foul of the rules. Since 2006 there have been strict rules around what liquids you can take through airport security and onto an aeroplane, amid concerns about liquid explosives. Generally any liquids you take through security in your hand luggage must be packed in a single transparent, resealable plastic bag, in containers of 100ml or less (unless it’s something such as medicine or baby food) – and you can take no more than a litre in total. Yet ...