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Huffington Post UKRicky Gervais Proves He's the King Of Improvised Acting On 'Late Night With Seth Meyers'Huffington Post UKComedy legend Ricky Gervais is on the promo-trail for the new David Brent movie (which we're super excited about) and on Wednesday he stopped by on 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' to chat and show off his acting skills. While recording a few promotional ...and more »
BloombergU.K. Home Loans Surge Most Since 2007 in Tax Deadline RushBloombergU.K. mortgage lending surged by the most since October 2007 last month, a further sign of the stampede for investment properties before a tax rise took effect in April. Net advances rose to 7.4 billion pounds ($10.8 billion) in ... The rate on ...and more »
BloombergU.K. Mortgage Lending Surges by Most Since 2007 on Strong DemandBloombergU.K. net mortgage lending surged by the most since October 2007 last month, a sign demand for housing remained resilient before tax changes took effect in April. The total advanced rose 7.4 billion pounds in March, ... The rate on outstanding mortgages ...and more »
The GuardianBuy-to-let landlords blamed for decline in DIY among under-30sThe GuardianBritain's young adults are no longer putting up shelves, hanging wallpaper or retiling bathrooms, according to figures that reveal DIY is in steep decline among the so-called “generation rent” who cannot afford to buy and fix-up their own home. Credit ...
This is MoneyBritish cities becoming 'unaffordable blackspots' for first-time buyers - with property prices rising 306% in 20 yearsThis is MoneyA string of cities across England and Wales are rapidly becoming 'unaffordable blackspots' for first-time buyers, according to new research. In Brighton, property prices have increased by 463 per cent in the last 20 years, leaving only 9 per cent of ...Britain's cities have become “unaffordable blackspots” for first-time buyersWhat MortgageThe places you'll NEVER be able to afford a home – and where you canMirror.co.ukall 4 news articles »
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Royal Mail employee worked overtime for 2 years to spend £18k on wedding proposal - Daily Mail

Daily MailRoyal Mail employee worked overtime for 2 years to spend £18k on wedding proposalDaily MailA bride-to-be has told how her fiancé secretly saved £18,000 so he could wow her with the best engagement ever. Kate Williams, 25, a nurse from Caerphilly, was stunned when her boyfriend of five years suddenly announced they were going away on ...and more »
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The pros and cons of equity release - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKThe pros and cons of equity releaseAOL Money UKIn return, the company giving you the money will either claim your home when you die, or you will repay any money owing if you sell your property and move into care. There are two main types of equity release plan: a lifetime mortgage and a home ...
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Meet Phillip Green, the billionaire behind the BHS collapse - The Sun

BBC NewsMeet Phillip Green, the billionaire behind the BHS collapseThe SunTO some he is the only “rock star” of British business, the king of shops with the Midas touch who conquered the rag trade and parties with Kate Moss. But to others he is the most vulgar man ... £1 to a group of inexperienced investors. More than 11 ...Pension scheme at heart of BHS woesBBC NewsSir Philip Green – the man who turned the hard work of the British high street into glittering partiesThe Independentall 633 news articles »
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SARAH VINE: Sharks who raided BHS are enough to make me a socialist - Daily Mail

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High cost to parents of young adults living at home revealed - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHigh cost to parents of young adults living at home revealedAOL Money UKParents with grown-up children who are still living at home spend an extra £456 on them a year compared with "empty nesters", according to the Centre for the Modern Family think-tank, which has been set up by pensions provider Scottish Widows. ... that ...and more »
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One in seven people retiring in 2016 have no personal pension savings - survey - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKOne in seven people retiring in 2016 have no personal pension savings - surveyAOL Money UKAround one in seven people retiring this year have no personal pension savings and will be either completely or heavily reliant on the state pension, a survey has found. Women retiring in 2016 are three times as likely as men to have made no pension ...and more »
(27-04-2016)

Number of destitute in UK 'shocking' says anti-poverty group - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKNumber of destitute in UK 'shocking' says anti-poverty groupAOL Money UKMost people had been living in poverty before tipping into destitution, with the most common causes including the extra costs of ill health and disability, the high costs of housing and other essential bills, unemployment and a financial shock like a ...and more »
(27-04-2016)

Here we go again? Fears lessons haven't been learned from the recession after sharpest rise in borrowing since the ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailHere we go again? Fears lessons haven't been learned from the recession after sharpest rise in borrowing since the ...Daily MailHouseholds are borrowing on credit cards and personal loans at the fastest pace since the financial crisis. Latest figures from the British Bankers' Association have fuelled concerns the UK is experiencing another debt binge. One consumer campaigner ...Banks approve fewer mortgages as new tax weighsMoney Marketall 18 news articles »
(26-04-2016)

Fears banking lessons haven't been learned from the recession - Daily Mail

Daily MailFears banking lessons haven't been learned from the recessionDaily MailHouseholds are borrowing on credit cards and personal loans at the fastest pace since the financial crisis. Latest figures from the British Bankers' Association have fuelled concerns the UK is experiencing another debt binge. One consumer campaigner ...Banks approve fewer mortgages as new tax weighsMoney Marketall 18 news articles »
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Estonian sentenced in US to seven years in prison for cyber fraud - Reuters UK

Reuters UKEstonian sentenced in US to seven years in prison for cyber fraudReuters UKIn 2008, Tsastsin was convicted in Estonia of credit card fraud, money laundering and document forgery over a scheme to hack into the payment systems of online retailers to direct payments to bank accounts he created, prosecutors said. At the time of ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

The B&B where cannabis is part of your stay - BBC News

BBC NewsThe B&B where cannabis is part of your stayBBC NewsMoney is a big one. Banks and credit card companies are regulated by federal authorities - most of them are unwilling to deal with customers linked to the cannabis industry. Everyone I met had a story of having numerous bank accounts closed down when ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Nearly half of consumers with a zero per cent credit card have been hit by high interest rates - City A.M.

City A.M.Nearly half of consumers with a zero per cent credit card have been hit by high interest ratesCity A.M.Nearly half (49 per cent) of all consumers with a zero per cent credit card have been hit with high interest rates when their introductory deal has ended. On average credit card holders have incurred £267 in charges when the interest-free period has ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

High cost to parents of young adults living at home revealed - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKHigh cost to parents of young adults living at home revealedYahoo Finance UKParents with grown-up children who are still living at home spend an extra £456 on them a year compared with "empty nesters", according to the Centre for the Modern Family think-tank, which has been set up by pensions provider Scottish Widows. ... that ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

The £267 trap hiding in 0% credit cards that half of us fall for - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe £267 trap hiding in 0% credit cards that half of us fall forMirror.co.ukA credit card war means you can get an astonishing 40 months – more than three years – interest free with the right card. The problem is that while the rate is 0%, almost half of the people who take out 0% credit cards end up paying hundreds of pounds ...Zero tolerance to costly creditExpress.co.ukNearly half of consumers with a zero per cent credit card have been hit by high interest ratesCity A.M.all 3 news articles »
(26-04-2016)

ASK TONY: My son asked me for a loan to buy a camper van then Barclays sent my £6k to eBay crooks - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: My son asked me for a loan to buy a camper van then Barclays sent my £6k to eBay crooksThis is MoneyWithin this you can provide your credit card details. Then any future purchases you make via eBay can be paid for using this account. Never pay for something on eBay by sending money directly to the seller's bank account — and don't be fooled by any ...and more »
(26-04-2016)
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