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BT.comHome shortage: government and housebuilders unable to solve housing crisis in UKBT.comIn fact, the UK hasn't built 250,000 homes in a year since the 1970s – and it has never done so without an enormous public sector house-building programme (the table below only highlights private housebuilding numbers). As Campbell Robb, chief ...
This is MoneyPM intervened to persuade Tata to keep UK steelworks by offering package of sweeteners - including plan to tear up ...This is MoneyThe Prime Minister personally intervened to persuade Tata to keep its UK steelworks by offering a package of sweeteners – including a controversial plan to tear up pension laws. Documents ... The finance deal would be flexible to suit the needs of the ...and more »
City A.M.David and Goliath bidding war could be about to break out between Lloyds and Virgin Money over credit card firm MBNAThis is MoneyVirgin Money has been growing rapidly since the financial crisis and credit card balances jumped 15 per cent to £1.8bn in the first quarter of 2016. It has been pursuing an aggressive growth strategy, slashing interest rates on cards and offering ...Bidders Circle £7bn Credit Cards Giant MBNASky NewsFor sale: 10pc of the UK's consumer credit card market, as BAML seeks to offload MBNACity A.M.Bank of America Revives Sale of Credit-Card Issuer MBNAWall Street JournalFinancial Times -DIGITALLOOK -The Times (subscription)all 9 news articles »
Daily MailFast money: Banks making it easier to split the tabDaily MailWhen the option to send money to person at a different bank became available, the service would take upward of three days to complete. Venmo and Square Cash, on the other hand, are open to anyone with a debit card and work in as little as one business ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukProtecting the people you loveTelegraph.co.ukThis money could be used to clear your mortgage and pay debts, or provide an income to help with the cost of raising your children. And because needs – and budgets – vary, Royal London offers different types of life insurance. The first is level cover ...
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