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Mirror.co.ukWhat it's REALLY like to work for Ryanair: Staff threatened with punishments if they miss sales targets, work for ...Mirror.co.ukEach passenger is charged on average £12 extra for excess luggage, payment with credit cards, travel insurance and in-flight food and drink, according to a study by travel consultancy Ideaworks. “Fly To Win”, Ryanair's scratch card game charges players ...and more »
iNewsI'm 25 and a graduate, but don't think I'll ever get to buy a houseiNewsResearch by the Young Women's Trust found many young people are having to borrow on credit cards, from their overdraft, pay day lenders or their family to make it to payday each month. The charity spoke to 4,000 18- to 30-year-olds. A quarter of women ...
The IndependentTradorax: Binary trading website ceases operations after encouraging people to 'fraudulently' bet on marketsThe IndependentEarlier this year lawyers and savers alleged to The Independent that dozens of people's accounts were being frozen and hundreds of mainly pensioners were being refused payouts after investing on websites, including Tradorax. Many such platforms ...
This is MoneyFund firms will be forced to reveal hidden fees to pension savers from January, City watchdogs confirmThis is MoneyBy Tanya Jefferies for Thisismoney.co.uk. Published: 12:36 ... The move will force them to reveal transaction costs and administration charges in a standardised format - details that pension savers and personal investors have lacked until now despite ...Tony Byrne: FCA needs to lift DB transfer suspensionsMoney Marketingall 14 news articles »
The IndependentLendable: the next generation lending platform that can give borrowers a small loan within two hoursThe IndependentThe first way he achieved this was through more effective use of the personal financial data that banks and other financial institutions started collecting from UK consumers in the 1980s. He notes that this would have been impossible in ... The second ...
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