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This is MoneyMore than 360 struggling British care homes to fall into hands of secretive US tycoonThis is MoneyH/2 has invested around £29billion since it was set up, including £2.8billion in healthcare. The firm says it invests on behalf of leading institutional investors, including pension funds, sovereign funds and other institutions. H/2 has put forward a ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukHSBC spared further US money laundering sanctions as it battles to clean up its actTelegraph.co.ukHSBC is expecting a $1bn-plus fine in the coming months for its role in mis-selling toxic mortgage products in the US ahead of the financial crisis. It is also separately being investigated by UK regulators for its alleged links to money laundering by ...and more »
Daily MailMortgage Choice co-founder son not guilty in drug charges | Daily ...Daily MailThe son of Sydney millionaire property tycoon Peter Higgins has been found not guilty of drug and weapon charges after police allegedly found $3000 cash and a machete in his car.and more »
The SunTesco Bank cancels hundreds of customer's credit cards weeks before Christmas due to fraud concernsThe SunTesco credit card customer Paul Berry told the Sun Online: "They only informed me by text which I thought was a scam until I checked on twitter and saw it wasn't just me. "I did try and contact Tesco by phone but abandoned that after there was a ...and more »
The SunTesco Bank cancels hundreds of customer's credit cards weeks ...The SunHundreds of Tesco Bank customers have been left in the lurch after the bank unexpectedly cancelled their credit cards due to "fraud protection measures".and more »
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Labour calls on Chancellor to drop "crass" tax cut that will benefit richest Britons - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandLabour calls on Chancellor to drop "crass" tax cut that will benefit richest BritonsHerald ScotlandLABOUR has urged George Osborne to abandon his “crass” cut to Capital Gains Tax, which, it says, will hand a £3000 a year windfall to some of Britain's richest individuals. John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, said the policy highlighted the ...and more »
(28-03-2016)

In your late 50s or early 60s? Here's your perfect financial plan - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukIn your late 50s or early 60s? Here's your perfect financial planTelegraph.co.ukNext, calculate all your potential sources of income in retirement (remember to include the state pension, Isa investments and company and personal pensions). If you've got savings you'd like to turn into an income but you're not sure how much income ...
(28-03-2016)

Woman has handbag stolen whilst unloading shopping from her car - Gazette

Woman has handbag stolen whilst unloading shopping from her carGazetteTwo of the her cards were then used to get money from an ATM at Tesco in The Hythe and 3.40pm in Colchester and also used at an ATM at Lloyds Bank, Clacton at 11.20pm the same day. Anyone who has information about the burglary or who recognises ...and more »
(28-03-2016)

Government slammed for botched flat-rate state pension messages - This is Money

This is MoneyGovernment slammed for botched flat-rate state pension messagesThis is MoneyIn personal pensions you paid the same NI as everyone else but had some rebated into a pension. Until 1988 only those in ... 'Most people make significant financial plans about their future based on what they believe they will get from their state ...and more »
(28-03-2016)

Money found: Finder wants to return it to rightful owner - Echo

EchoMoney found: Finder wants to return it to rightful ownerEchoI found a purse a while back stuffed full of cash and credit cards and because there wasn't an address I could see so that I could go and post it through the letterboxin it I took to the local copshop. Never heard back anything about it so I presume it ...and more »
(28-03-2016)

Victory for common sense after Tory U-turn - The Star

The StarVictory for common sense after Tory U-turnThe StarThe U-turn announced on welfare cuts by new Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb following the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith is a victory for common sense. With apparent cross-party agreement on this issue, it is clear the Personal ...
(28-03-2016)

ANDREW PIERCE: It pays these lords to be EU cheerleaders - Daily Mail

Daily MailANDREW PIERCE: It pays these lords to be EU cheerleadersDaily MailWhenever you hear blustering peers Lord (Neil) Kinnock and Lord (Chris) Patten scaremonger about Brexit, you should bear in mind their juicy Brussels pensions depend on them flying the flag for the European superstate. For the fact is that these former ...
(27-03-2016)

Only connect, and paying in cash could fast disappear - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukOnly connect, and paying in cash could fast disappearTelegraph.co.ukHowever, technology companies are relentless in their attempts to stamp out physical money. The latest challenge to cash came last week when Google announced that Android Pay would come to the UK in the coming ... Contactless spending rose threefold in ...and more »
(27-03-2016)

Borrowers who fail to switch when mortgage deal expires end up paying £2.5k extra - This is Money

This is MoneyBorrowers who fail to switch when mortgage deal expires end up paying £2.5k extraThis is MoneyA third of mortgage borrowers fail to switch to a new deal when their introductory offer expires - and stay on the more expensive deal for nearly two years, a new study suggests. Such 'apathy' typically means they end up paying almost £2,500 more as ...The mortgage mistake that means we're wasting £2445 eachAOL Money UK'Borrower apathy' hitting homeowners in the pocket with mortgage paymentsexpressandstar.comall 4 news articles »
(27-03-2016)

Bank of England must burst the buy-to-let bubble now - The Guardian

The GuardianBank of England must burst the buy-to-let bubble nowThe GuardianBritain has been here before. In 1988, there was an orgy of buying after Nigel Lawson announced in his spring budget that double mortgage interest relief for couples would be abolished in August that year. The boom was followed by a six-year slump that ...and more »
(27-03-2016)

Revealed: Lord Advocate's brother Iain Mulholland at centre of dirty money probe after arranging £550k mortgage for ... - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordRevealed: Lord Advocate's brother Iain Mulholland at centre of dirty money probe after arranging £550k mortgage for ...Scottish Daily Record... Mulholland arranged MacDonald's loan application through his First to Mortgage firm. The 48-year-old fixed the loan that is now the focus of a major investigation by the Civil Recovery Unit (CRU) – investigators at the Crown Office, led by his ...
(27-03-2016)

The best supermarket credit cards - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKThe best supermarket credit cardsAOL Money UKSpending on a credit card doesn't have to involve getting into lots of debt. In fact, if you pay off your credit card bill in full each month, you can be rewarded for your spending with loyalty points from your favourite supermarket. Here are the best ...
(27-03-2016)

EastEnders spoiler: Louise Mitchell accused of stealing money from alcoholic father Phil on Albert Square return - Daily Mail

Daily MailEastEnders spoiler: Louise Mitchell accused of stealing money from alcoholic father Phil on Albert Square returnDaily MailHer brother Ben is shocked to discover their father's credit card bill is sky-high, prompting his suspicious girlfriend Abi to put the blame on his sister. Not brave enough to confront the newcomer on her own, she enlists the help of her partner-in ...and more »
(27-03-2016)

Stephen Crabb blasts Iain Duncan Smith for resigning in 'heated moment' - Daily Mail

Daily MailStephen Crabb blasts Iain Duncan Smith for resigning in 'heated moment'Daily MailCrabb praises Duncan Smith for 'laying the foundations of welfare reform' – but does not deny disagreeing with his predecessor on some issues, such as IDS's toxic charge that Cameron and Osborne are 'protecting wealthy pensioners at the expense of ...and more »
(27-03-2016)

'Borrower apathy' hitting homeowners in the pocket with mortgage payments - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UK'Borrower apathy' hitting homeowners in the pocket with mortgage paymentsAOL Money UKThe average SVR across the UK mortgage market is 4.49% - 2.83% higher than the average initial discounted variable rate deal. Tashema Jackson, money expert at the comparison site, said that lenders rely on "borrower apathy" by enticing them in with a ...and more »
(27-03-2016)
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