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Cash versus credit cards: How should you spend your money when on holiday?  Motley Fool UKCould a mix of cash and credit cards be the best means of funding an international trip?
Adults only: the battle to keep online pornography from Britain’s children  The GuardianBrexit's impact on the pornography industry has gone unnoticed. But the chaos caused by the UK's disorderly exit from the European Union even stretches into ...
Revealed: £1370 a month to live in squalor in Scotland's temporary accommodation  HeraldScotlandWhat would you pay £316 a week for? A swanky flat in an upmarket urban avenue? A plush stone-built villa in a leafy suburb?
How to make money like a man: The pay gap is closing, but women don’t save as much – or as cleverly  Daily MailFinancial expert Merryn Somerset Webb reveals how we can eliminate the wealth gap. Having savings is only the start – what really matters is what you do (or ...
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Cash versus credit cards: How should you spend your money when on holiday? - Motley Fool UK

Cash versus credit cards: How should you spend your money when on holiday?  Motley Fool UKCould a mix of cash and credit cards be the best means of funding an international trip?
(24-03-2019)

Adults only: the battle to keep online pornography from Britain’s children - The Guardian

Adults only: the battle to keep online pornography from Britain’s children  The GuardianBrexit's impact on the pornography industry has gone unnoticed. But the chaos caused by the UK's disorderly exit from the European Union even stretches into ...
(24-03-2019)

Revealed: £1370 a month to live in squalor in Scotland's temporary accommodation - HeraldScotland

Revealed: £1370 a month to live in squalor in Scotland's temporary accommodation  HeraldScotlandWhat would you pay £316 a week for? A swanky flat in an upmarket urban avenue? A plush stone-built villa in a leafy suburb?
(24-03-2019)

How to make money like a man: The pay gap is closing, but women don’t save as much – or as cleverly - Daily Mail

How to make money like a man: The pay gap is closing, but women don’t save as much – or as cleverly  Daily MailFinancial expert Merryn Somerset Webb reveals how we can eliminate the wealth gap. Having savings is only the start – what really matters is what you do (or ...
(24-03-2019)

The pay gap is closing, but women don't save as much – or as cleverly - Daily Mail

The pay gap is closing, but women don't save as much – or as cleverly  Daily MailFinancial expert Merryn Somerset Webb reveals how we can eliminate the wealth gap. Having savings is only the start – what really matters is what you do (or ...
(24-03-2019)

David Smith: Why Britain shouldn't be too glad to be grey - The Times

David Smith: Why Britain shouldn't be too glad to be grey  The TimesIn recent days we have had another stunning demonstration of the potency of the job-creating machine that is the British economy. While surveys have ...
(24-03-2019)

Time for sport to show women the money - The Times

Time for sport to show women the money  The TimesIf there is one place brands and organisations really do not want to be, it is on the wrong side of history. This metaphoric reputational nightmare has become a ...
(24-03-2019)

Charlie Simpson: Busted was boomtime. I'm wiser now, sort of - The Times

Charlie Simpson: Busted was boomtime. I'm wiser now, sort of  The TimesCharlie Simpson was just 16 when he auditioned for Busted, the boyband that notched up four No 1 singles, two million-selling albums and two Brit awards ...
(24-03-2019)

Letters: your air-mile tales; in praise of Matera; and Jo'burg done right - The Times

Letters: your air-mile tales; in praise of Matera; and Jo'burg done right  The TimesMiles betterLetter of the week You asked how we prefer to earn air miles (“How to play the airline points game”, last week). My way of procuring Avios is a Friday ...
(24-03-2019)

Low returns are no carrot for non-bank lenders - The Times

Low returns are no carrot for non-bank lenders  The TimesBilly Kane's Finance Ireland reckons it can make a few bob in the mortgage market, but there is no whiff of revolution. It will sell through brokers, and hopes to ...
(24-03-2019)

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Make pensions fairer... axe the lifetime allowance - This is Money

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Make pensions fairer... axe the lifetime allowance  This is MoneyThere is a pensions 'time bomb' ticking away in the background which at some stage the Government must address.
(23-03-2019)

Probate fees hike: Here's how you can escape it - if you're quick - This is Money

Probate fees hike: Here's how you can escape it - if you're quick  This is MoneyTens of thousands of grieving families are locked in a race against time to avoid a huge hike in an official fee for settling their loved one's estate – to as much as ...
(23-03-2019)

TONY HETHERINGTON: Persimmon plot that gives greed a bad name - This is Money

TONY HETHERINGTON: Persimmon plot that gives greed a bad name  This is MoneyWe purchased a new property off-plan from Persimmon. But when our solicitor heard from the Land Registry he found the plot size had been reduced by about ...
(23-03-2019)

How a continuous payment trap made my food freebie taste a bit sour - This is Money

How a continuous payment trap made my food freebie taste a bit sour  This is MoneyA gift that was meant to cover the price of a 'freebie' ended up costing me £42 this month thanks to a 'continuous payment' trap, writes Laura Shannon.
(23-03-2019)

Provident dismisses NSF's £1.3bn bid as 'risky and flawed' in 47-page report - This is Money

Provident dismisses NSF's £1.3bn bid as 'risky and flawed' in 47-page report  This is MoneyBosses at doorstep lender Provident Financial have launched a furious defence against a smaller rival's hostile takeover attempt, dismissing the offer as 'risky ...
(23-03-2019)
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