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The Week UKBHS: Sir Philip Green threatens to sue Frank FieldThe Week UKWhen the music stopped, he had no money," Field said. "Sir Philip Green has a huge amount of money, unlike Robert Maxwell. If he wishes now to make good the pension deficit to those 22,000 pensioners he could do it. He keeps talking about it, but doesn ...Billionaire Sir Philip Green is threatening to sue Labour MP Frank FieldBusiness Insider UKGreen under pressure over BHS scandal, as UK business confidence slides – as it happenedThe GuardianMPs Deliver BHS Mail -BBC News -BBC News -Parliamentall 376 news articles »
Daily MailNatwest may set NEGATIVE interest rates for accountsDaily MailHowever the bank – part of the taxpayer backed Royal Bank of Scotland empire – said it had no plans to make changes to the terms and conditions of personal account holders to allow it to charge negative rates. Last night one treasurer ... Pensions ...NatWest warns of plan to CHARGE customers to hold savings in the 37 news articles » Money profits boom as customers splurge on credit Money profits boom as customers splurge on credit cards. Jayne-Anne ... One main driver of that growth was a splurge by credit card customers who now have £2.1bn of debt on their plastic, almost double the £1.1bn balance they held a year ago. (blog)Equity release mortgages: a 'get out of jail free' card for homeowners? (blog)It might seem as though houses are priced in monopoly money these days – but don't assume the roof over your head will be your 'get out of jail free' card when it comes to saving for a pension. It's not hard to see why so many are lulled into a false ...Millions will need to borrow in retirement to stay in their homeWhat Mortgageall 4 news articles »
Financial TimesFinancial watchdog warns on long-term credit card debtFinancial TimesThe UK's financial watchdog has attacked credit card providers for squeezing long-term profits from consumers who make monthly minimum repayments for years instead of clearing their debts. Almost one ... Virgin Money's deal lasts for 41 months. When ...FCA unveils proposals to deal with problematic credit card debtThe Money Pagesall 9 news articles »
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