Belfast TelegraphConvicted double killer Hazel Stewart denied funding for legal battle to keep murdered husband's police pensionBelfast TelegraphHe is defending the action as a personal litigant without legal representation. Legal aid authorities are understood to have concluded that he should pay his wife's bills in the case. It was stressed in court that the NCA accept Mr Stewart is "entirely ...and more »
International Business Times UKBank of Mum and Dad among top 10 mortgage lenders as parents hand over £5bnInternational Business Times UKIt means money from parents will be involved in a quarter of all property transactions in the UK, the research claimed. The average financial contribution of parents is £17,500, but not all of these are loans as 57% are "gifts". Moreover, 18% are ...'Bank of mum and dad' lends £5bn a year in UK, says L&GBBC NewsThe Bank of Mum and Dad is huge, but not enough to solve housing crisisTelegraph.co.ukParents help half of first-time property buyers get on the ladder in LondonDaily MailMetro -The Independent -Mirror.co.ukall 31 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukDon't bank on credit card security in the USATelegraph.co.ukAt first I was just surprised. I handed over my credit card to a store, there was no attempt to check the signature, nor was I asked to enter a pin code before the transaction was completed. Security was pretty basic. The only formality was to attempt ...
BBC NewsBank of Scotland teller jailed over £39000 embezzlementBBC NewsHe was caught after Mrs McKay's daughter spotted a problem with her account, prompting an investigation. Adams, who later resigned, admitted a charge of embezzlement. He has since signed over his pension to the bank to start repaying the money.and more »
Mirror.co.ukCo-op Bank current account offering you £216 to switch - but is it worth it and can you get a better deal?Mirror.co.uk“As a rule of thumb, those accounts paying the best rates on credit balances tend to be the most expensive for overdrafts and using your debit card abroad," said Andrew Hagger from Moneycomms.co.uk. “You'll only get these introductory payments if you ...and more »