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This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: A refund at last - but not from the PPI reclaim firmThis is MoneyThe saving grace for you is that you paid the £495 fee by credit card. I asked Post Office Money staff to repay you under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act, the law that makes card issuers jointly liable for major purchases if something goes wrong ...and more »
The SunUK to get drive-through banks to allow withdrawals, overdraft ...The SunDRIVE-through banks could hit the UK next year in plans to ditch branches for virtual ones with video tellers. Customers would be able to open accounts, request ...and more »
The SunUK to get drive-through banks to allow withdrawals, overdraft requests and mortgage applications from behind the wheelThe SunDRIVE-through banks could hit the UK next year in plans to ditch branches for virtual ones with video tellers. Customers would be able to open accounts, request overdrafts and apply for mortgages from behind the wheel. Brits could find themselves ...and more »
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Fix your mortgage until after Brexit - MoneyWeek

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UK mortgage approvals and consumer lending slow in March - BBA - Reuters UK

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May Day bank holiday benefit payments 2017 - when are tax credits, Universal Credit, JSA, PIP, ESA and child ... - The Sun

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UK mortgage approvals and consumer credit growth slow - Financial Times

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'Section 75' credit card warning: online payments where you lose ... - Telegraph.co.uk

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'Section 75' credit card warning: online payments where you lose your protection - Telegraph.co.uk

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(28-04-2017)

Marine A, who killed wounded Taliban fighter, released from prison - The Guardian

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Manchester, Newcastle and Birmingham see strongest house price growth for 12 years - This is Money

AOL UKManchester, Newcastle and Birmingham see strongest house price growth for 12 yearsThis is MoneyHouse price growth across the UK's 20 biggest cities is accelerating with the biggest rises in 12 years in places like Manchester, Newcastle and Birmingham, new data suggests. However, property values have grown at the slowest pace in five years in ...Large regional cities 'registering sustained house price growth levels'AOL UKall 11 news articles »
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Former social worker suspended for council cash misuse - Daily Echo

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Families under financial pressure 'bigger targets for identity fraud' - AOL UK

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Here's why you should register to vote - Telegraph.co.uk

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Best buy-to-let mortgages in the UK compared - Updated for 2017 - Simply Business knowledge

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(27-04-2017)

Pension freedoms: savers dumping money in cash accounts - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKPension freedoms: savers dumping money in cash accountsYahoo Finance UKNew statistics released by HMRC have revealed that more and more people are taking advantage of the pension freedoms that came in back in 2015 to withdraw money from their pension. A total £1.59 billion has been withdrawn in the first ... “Rising ...and more »
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Get up to 40% more from your pension savings - AOL UK - AOL UK

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Get up to 40% more from your pension savings - AOL UK

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