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Business Insider UK5 financial choices that will haunt your money for lifeBusiness Insider UKThat feeling will only get worse if you don't pay off outstanding debts. From student loans to mortgage payments, debts are pesky. But the thorn will only get sharper over time if you ignore them. A team of researchers writing in the Harvard Business ...and more »
Express.co.ukStaying safe: How Christmas shoppers can decrease risk of burglary and credit card fraudExpress.co.uk12h. We subsidise the mainland European EU countries, yet take massive hits to our own defence capability, even now they are looking at sacking 1000 Royal Marines and their Amphibious assault craft and their troopships to save £2 Billion, yet we ...
The SunUnder pressure Brits ending up in debt to give families the 'perfect' XmasThe SunAlmost half say they feel pressured to have a perfect Christmas and more than three quarters report making sacrifices to buy presents. One in five say are they are likely to increase spending on their credit card as a result while 14 per cent take out ...and more »
Mirror.co.ukPeter Kay cancels tour dates - How to get a refund and claim your money back on UK ticketsMirror.co.ukBut if you've got a seat to next year's show and those in 2019 - it's time to get refund. Peter Kay's concert organisers have provisions in place to refund customers whose tickets have now become void. A statement added: "Peter Kay's Live Arena Tour ...Riddle as Peter Kay apologises to 1.7MILLION fans after cancelling entire 100-date arena tour in move that could ...Daily MailPeter Kay and Denise Welch no-shows in Newcastle: your rights explainedChronicleLiveHow to get a refund for tickets to Peter Kay's cancelled tourHuddersfield Examinerall 179 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukPeter Kay cancels tour dates - How to get a refund and claim your ...Mirror.co.ukThe Bolton comedian has called off his spring 2018 tour in a devastating blow to fans. This is what to do if you've got a ticket.Riddle as Peter Kay apologises to 1.7MILLION fans after cancelling entire 100-date arena tour in move that could ...Daily MailPeter Kay and Denise Welch no-shows in Newcastle: your rights explainedChronicleLiveHow to get a refund for tickets to Peter Kay's cancelled tourHuddersfield Examinerall 179 news articles »
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New loyalty scheme that PAYS you for going to the pub – and all you need is a Mastercard - The Sun

The SunNew loyalty scheme that PAYS you for going to the pub – and all you need is a MastercardThe SunAnyone with a Mastercard can join up – it doesn't matter who you bank with – and all you have to do is register your card details on its website for free. Then you're good to go. Each time you spend on your card at the retailers or pubs you'll earn ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

MoneyTaker hackers reportedly steal £7.5m from ATMs - BBC News

BBC NewsMoneyTaker hackers reportedly steal £7.5m from ATMsBBC NewsRussian-speaking hackers are suspected of stealing nearly $10m (£7.5m) from 20 companies in Russia, the UK and US. The MoneyTaker group removed overdraft limits on debit cards and took money from cash machines, according to a report by cybersecurity ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

Government takes £150 away from 3.5m hard-up Brits next year (but offers them £1200 if they're good) - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukGovernment takes £150 away from 3.5m hard-up Brits next year (but offers them £1200 if they're good)Mirror.co.uk... to whatever you put into the bank up to the value of £300 a year. Effectively - for every £2 you save they will give you an extra £1. Except not quite yet, because while it was promised in April, it won't now go live until October, meaning hard ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

Gambling Commission reveal 11% of 11-16 year olds in the UK have used skin-betting sites - PCGamesN

PCGamesNGambling Commission reveal 11% of 11-16 year olds in the UK have used skin-betting sitesPCGamesN... gambled with their own money, more children had tried gambling with in-game items. Speaking to the BBC, Sarah Harrison, chief executive of the Gambling Commission, said: "Because of these unlicensed skin betting sites, the safeguards that exist are ...Children as young as 11 are coaxed into gambling addictions through video game 'skin betting' websites, government ...Daily Mailall 34 news articles »
(12-12-2017)

New mortgage lending in UK reaches highest level since 2008 ... - The Guardian

The GuardianNew mortgage lending in UK reaches highest level since 2008 ...The GuardianBoom driven by people remortgaging homes to lock- in cheap deals as proportion lent to first-time buyers falls.and more »
(12-12-2017)

New mortgage lending in UK reaches highest level since 2008 - The Guardian

The GuardianNew mortgage lending in UK reaches highest level since 2008The GuardianBritish households are taking on the highest levels of fresh mortgage debt since the beginning of 2008, spurred by low interest rates from the Bank of England, even as the proportion of first-time buyers dwindles. Banks extended new mortgage ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

The town where houses cost just £99000 after the biggest price drop in the country - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe town where houses cost just £99000 after the biggest price drop in the countryMirror.co.ukSamuel Tombs, chief UK economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, said the figures show house prices were falling on a monthly basis even before the Bank of England base rate was increased to 0.5% in November, pushing up costs for some mortgage borrowers ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

House prices are rising but not as fast as they were before – here's how to get help buying a home - The Sun

The IndependentHouse prices are rising but not as fast as they were before – here's how to get help buying a homeThe SunYou will need to pay this back at the end of the mortgage or when you sell. Starter Homes: First-time buyers under the age of 40 can access this new scheme. You'll get a 20 per cent discount on the market value of the property (new-build only) but you ...UK house price growth slows in OctoberThe IndependentHouse prices rise in the UK but London sees slowest growthMortgage IntroducerTypical house price in October 2017 stands at £224000 according to ONSThis is Moneyall 17 news articles »
(12-12-2017)

Rogue landlords and slum tenants - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressRogue landlords and slum tenantsNorfolk Eastern Daily PressLong story short, they eventually took possession but not before we had witnessed the pensioners' lives being almost ruined by the whole sordid experience. I bet when they first purchased the house, they were thinking “what could possibly go wrong ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

Skin betting: 'Children as young as 11 introduced to gambling' - BBC News

BBC NewsSkin betting: 'Children as young as 11 introduced to gambling'BBC NewsSarah Harrison, chief executive of the Gambling Commission, said: "Because of these unlicensed skin betting sites, the safeguards that exist are not being applied and we're seeing examples of really young people, 11 and 12-year-olds, who are getting ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

UK Regulator Says "Children As Young As 11" Introduced to Gambling Through Betting Skins - Kotaku UK (blog)

Kotaku UK (blog)UK Regulator Says "Children As Young As 11" Introduced to Gambling Through Betting SkinsKotaku UK (blog)"At one level they are running up bills perhaps on their parents' PayPal account or credit card, but the wider effect is the introduction and normalisation of this kind of gambling among children and young people." This is really the crux of it. I ...and more »
(12-12-2017)

UK house prices fell by 0.5% month-on-month in October - AOL UK

AOL UKUK house prices fell by 0.5% month-on-month in OctoberAOL UKIn Scotland, the average price increased by 2.8% over the year to stand at £144,000. The average price in Northern Ireland stood at £132,000, marking a 6% rise over the year. Samuel Tombs, chief UK economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, said the figures ...UK house price growth slows in OctoberThe IndependentProperty prices are up £10k in a year, figures show - but homes in this pocket of north Kent are up 15.5%This is Moneyall 13 news articles »
(12-12-2017)

Heading here - South Wales Argus

South Wales ArgusHeading hereSouth Wales ArgusI'll keep supporting the hard work of our volunteers in Blaenau Gwent and in a wider sense organisations like the Trussell Trust. But long term, the fight must be to create a society where food banks aren't needed. Last week in Parliament I was pleased ...
(12-12-2017)

Ask Harry: Barclaycard is insisting I must have a contactless card. Is this right? - iNews

iNewsAsk Harry: Barclaycard is insisting I must have a contactless card. Is this right?iNewsThe £30 contactless limit means that most day-to-day payments can be achieved with an instant tap, with chip and pin only necessary for larger purchases or after a certain number of contactless transactions as a precaution (the number varies by ...
(12-12-2017)

UK house price growth slows in October - The Independent

The IndependentUK house price growth slows in OctoberThe Independent“The limited supply of housing in the UK is continuing to push up house prices, particularly outside London. While this is good news for current homeowners, it's less so for first-time buyers struggling to save for a deposit,” said Ishaan Malhi, chief ...House prices are rising but not as fast as they were before – here's how to get help buying a homeThe SunHouse prices rise in the UK but London sees slowest growthMortgage Introducerall 16 news articles »
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