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The IndependentCouple lose £1200 after picking 'wrong Birmingham' in holiday flight ticket blunderThe IndependentA couple who saved up for a holiday trip from Birmingham to Las Vegas were left distraught when they realised they had mistakenly booked a flight from the US city of Birmingham, Alabama. Richella Heekin had saved up £1,200 to take boyfriend Ben Marlow ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukMBNA offers 40-month 0pc balance transfer card - but ultra-long deals are rarely the bestTelegraph.co.ukIn the 40-month space, the MBNA credit card (Visa) narrowly edges out Virgin Money's 40-month card (Mastercard) due to a slightly lower balance transfer fee – Virgin's is 2.59pc. However, the Virgin card does come with the promise that all successful ...and more »
The GuardianBHS collapse: Sir Philip Green may face grilling by MPsThe GuardianBHS's collapse has caused controversy because it has been saddled with a £571m pension deficit despite Green collecting more than £580m in dividends, rent and interest payments during his ownership, with Retail Acquisitions receiving payments of more ...and more »
Investors ChronicleSeven Days: 29 April 2016Investors ChronicleThe demise of the long-standing high street chain BHS has provoked outcry this week. The group, now in administration, employs 11,000 people whose jobs are at risk, but arguably even more controversial is the £571m black hole where workers' pensions ...
Telegraph.co.ukStruggling council offers social workers incentive of £10000 towards mortgageTelegraph.co.ukA desperate council is offering new social workers £10,000 towards their mortgages in the first incentive scheme of its kind in the UK. Derby City Council say the £200,000 taxpayer-funded 'golden door-key' deal will save money in the long term as they ...and more »
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European Commission - Daily News - EU News

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BHS vouchers: Spend them now or risk losing money, says Which? - ChronicleLive

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Are Shakespeare's musings on money still relevant today? - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

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Fifth of Isa savers 'maxing out' their annual allowance - AOL Money UK

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What is the one piece of personal finance advice you would give to an 18-year-old? UK's top economists and financial ... - This is Money

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Women, it's time to get tough on your pension - Unbiased (press release)

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UK: Millions of low income families will be poorer under welfare reforms - World Socialist Web Site

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The Panama Papers and privatisation - Morning Star Online

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Three things your clients may call you about this week ... - Professional Adviser

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Armed Forces veterans who lost their jobs and were then denied a pension | This is Money - This is Money

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Germans flock to property as interest rates fall and rents rise - Yahoo Finance UK

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Germans flock to property as interest rates fall and rents rise - Reuters UK

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How to avoid the great foreign exchange rip-off - Express.co.uk

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How the Banks Stole Higher Education - VICE

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