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The IndependentUniversal credit: Tory ministers ordered to fix new welfare system after embarrassing defeatThe IndependentAn angry Frank Field, the Labour chairman of the Work and Pensions Committee, immediately demanded that ministers explain, on Monday, how they intend to abide by the will of the Commons. He said a cut to payments to four ... During the debate, one Tory ...
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Financial TimesVirgin Money plans current account as mortgage pressure loomsFinancial TimesVirgin Money warned its profit margin would slip next year due to competitive pressure in the mortgage market, as it prepares to enter the UK current account and small business banking sector to boost growth. The warning came despite the Bank of ...Virgin Money slumps as it warns on UK mortgage market pressures and shrinking marginsProactive Investors UKVirgin Money shares fall 5 percent on revised mortgage guidanceReutersVirgin Money trims guidance for 2018 mortgage lendingDIGITALLOOKThe Timesall 19 news articles »
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Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary fees - Actuarial Post

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Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary fees - Actuarial Post - Actuarial Post

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