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New 'follow-on' mortgage offer could spark a rate warThe TimesThere are signs of a new mortgage war, with one lender offering a competitive default interest rate that could save borrowers thousands of pounds. Santander has introduced a variable follow-on rate (to which your mortgage defaults when any fixed-term ...and more »
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Reforms have to deliver for those at the margins of mainstream banking today reports that a million adults in Britain have to cope without a bank account, living almost entirely in the cash economy.

New insurance company aims to helps young drivers save money today reports that a new motor insurer,, is targeting young, newly-qualified motorists as well as their parents.  The company aims to influence good driving behaviour by providing incentives.

Green energy no longer just nice but necessary today reports that green energy systems are no longer just ‘nice to have’, but are essential in securing our energy supply and protecting the environment, according to a new report from Lloyd’s 360 Risk Insight and UK think tank Chatham House.

Parents risk hundreds of thousands of pounds in potential legal costs today reports that parents who are breaking the law to save money on car insurance for their children are risking the possibility of being landed with life crippling court costs.

Nationwide confident in their insurance offers today reports that a new Home Insurance offer has been launched by Nationwide.  If customers take out Nationwide Buildings and Contents cover at the same time, and by 5 September 2010, they will get 100 days worth of free insurance.   

28% of family travel Insurance policies aren’t covering children who live with an ex today reports that it is worth checking what kind of travel insurance your kids are getting, because that may not be covered as well as you think.

Proper reporting of potholes is encouraged today provides sound advice on how to claim for car damage caused by potholes.

How World Cup sweepstakes can be illegal today reports that football lovers all over the UK could be breaking the law without even knowing it!

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9.5% increase in travel insurance policies despite a decline in overseas travel today reports that the tenuous state of the economy, belt tightening by consumers, rising unemployment and the lower foreign exchange value of the Pound have all combined to reduce overseas travel and demand for travel insurance policies according to a report by independent financial research company Defaqto.

Cowboy traders to suffer under new payment system hitting the UK today reports that cowboy builders and dodgy second-hand car dealers are set to become a thing of the past thanks to a revolutionary new method of payment that closes the gap between a consumer’s expectations and the often harsh reality of what they end up with.

Capital Gains Tax increase sadly penalises the old and vulnerable today reports that elderly homeowners are being sucked into paying an unfair tax.

What's mine is may I steal your change? today reports that a poll found that a third of respondents have previously taken change from their significant other without them knowing.  More than three quarters, 76%, don’t classify this as stealing.

Credit card market comfortably opens for business again today reports that the credit card market is making a comeback as card providers once again put the ‘open for business’ sign in the window.

£37 million taken out in personal loans to pay for education today reports that the cost of education increased by 5% in the 12 months to February 2010.
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