Daily MailBernie Sanders accepts Donald Trump's challenge to debate in CaliforniaDaily MailThe presumptive Republican presidential nominee said, 'I think I should give, take that money and give it to some worthy charity. Okay?' 'If he paid a nice sum toward a charity, I would love to do that.' Sanders said after the show that would be fine ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukBankers are now facing their Uber momentTelegraph.co.ukAs a hub for financial innovation, the UK rivals Silicon Valley. From a standing start little more than ... Yes, the terminology is opaque, but if we fast forward ten years, this kind of technology, which would allow different banking computer systems ...and more »
Mirror.co.ukHALF of Brits travel abroad without insurance - 10 important things you should know before you jet offMirror.co.uk... if you buy your flight by credit card then you are covered under the Consumer Credit Act for purchases between £100 and £3,000. If it's a package holiday, check whether your tour operator is ATOL-protected – this will enable you to reclaim any ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukTop judge hands divorcee £3.5m despite husband arguing it should be less as ex-wife lives with another manTelegraph.co.ukWomen who move in with other men after getting divorced are still entitled to a share of their ex-husband's wealth, the UK's most senior family judge has ruled. Karen Hart, 60 ... They have a bank account together, a home together and credit cards ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukShoppers brush off Brexit fears with record credit card splurgeTelegraph.co.ukShoppers used their credit cards 163.6m times in April, also a record high, according to the British Bankers' Association. Despite the splurge, consumers appeared to spend within their means. Overall, credit card debt didn't increase in April, as ...