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The TimesCompanies ignore ban on credit chargesThe TimesThe government extended this to all credit cards and digital payment services, such as Paypal. However, on Monday, TAP Air Portugal was still applying a credit card surcharge on bookings made through its website. TAP apologised and said the charge was ...and more »
The TimesAnne Ashworth: Why Carillion must be your wake-up callThe TimesCarillion must serve as an alert to anyone saving in a company or any other type of pension to find out more about the schemes, the adequacy of their contributions and the size of the potential payout. A lack of familiarity with horrible pensions ...and more »
New 'follow-on' mortgage offer could spark a rate warThe TimesThere are signs of a new mortgage war, with one lender offering a competitive default interest rate that could save borrowers thousands of pounds. Santander has introduced a variable follow-on rate (to which your mortgage defaults when any fixed-term ...and more »
The IndependentMore than 160000 people could get disability benefit back-payments from Department of Work and PensionsThe IndependentThe ruling in December found that an amendment to personal independence payment (PIP) which limited the amount of support people with psychological distress could receive for making journeys constituted a breach of their human rights. Summing up the ...Ministers back down over disability benefit payments to 164000 peopleAOL UKMore than 150000 people set to get higher disability benefits in massive victory after humiliating Tory U-turnMirror.co.ukEsther McVey makes disability benefits U-turn over paymentsThe Guardianall 6 news articles »
The IndependentMore than 160000 people could get disability benefit back-payments from Department for Work and PensionsThe IndependentThe ruling in December found an amendment to personal independence payment (PIP) that limited the amount of support people with psychological distress could receive for making journeys constituted a breach of their human rights. Summing up the case ...Esther McVey makes disability benefits U-turn over paymentsThe GuardianMore than 150000 people set to get higher disability benefits in massive victory after humiliating Tory U-turnMirror.co.ukMinisters back down over disability benefit payments to 164000 peopleAOL UKall 6 news articles »
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