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4.5m debit or credit cards cancelled after fraud, study shows - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph4.5m debit or credit cards cancelled after fraud, study showsBelfast TelegraphA survey of more than 2,000 adults in the UK found one in 10 were targeted by scams that meant they had to replace their cards. ... This equates to 4.5 million credit or debit cards being cancelled in the previous 12 months, with more than £2.1 billion ...Five MILLION Brits had to cancel credit cards due to fraud last yearDaily MailRampant fraud forces 5m shoppers to cancel credit cardsThe DrumFraud forces more than four million people to cancel bank cardsYahoo Finance UKall 7 news articles »
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Investing Show: The price of US tech stars shares reflects how great they could really become, says Scottish ... - This is Money

This is MoneyInvesting Show: The price of US tech stars shares reflects how great they could really become, says Scottish ...This is Money... become, says Scottish Mortgage's Tom Slater. By Simon Lambert for Thisismoney.co.uk ... Shares in US-tech stars may be expensive but that reflects how great they could one day be, says Scottish Mortgage's Tom Slater. The co-manager of the more than ...
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The landlord loophole: Buy-to-let investors are selling their properties to THEMSELVES to get round tax rules - This is Money

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The power of a savings MOT (that's 'Moment of Truth') - Unbiased (blog)

The power of a savings MOT (that's 'Moment of Truth')Unbiased (blog)A report by Royal London has revealed the battle faced by over a third of UK consumers. Day-to-day spending needs mean that many are finding it impossible to ...and more »
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Buy-to-let mortgage rates fall again - AOL Money UK - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKBuy-to-let mortgage rates fall again - AOL Money UKAOL Money UKLooking for a buy-to-let mortgage? There are some really great deals out there – provided you know where to look. Here, we examine some of the top fixed-rate ...The landlord loophole: Buy-to-let investors are selling their ...This is Moneyall 3 news articles »
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Buy-to-let mortgage rates fall again - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKBuy-to-let mortgage rates fall againAOL Money UK... rates fall again. If you're a landlord or thinking of becoming one, there's good news on the mortgage front. ... you know where to look. Here, we examine some of the top fixed-rate and tracker buy-to-let mortgage deals currently available to landlords.The landlord loophole: Buy-to-let investors are selling their properties to THEMSELVES to get round tax rulesThis is Moneyall 3 news articles »
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Holyrood committee to quiz UK work and pensions secretary - BBC ... - BBC News

Holyrood committee to quiz UK work and pensions secretary - BBC ...BBC NewsMSPs are to question the UK work and pensions secretary about the Tory government's approach to welfare. Damian Green MP will appear before Holyrood's ...and more »
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Holyrood committee to quiz UK work and pensions secretary - BBC News

BBC NewsHolyrood committee to quiz UK work and pensions secretaryBBC NewsMSPs are to question the UK work and pensions secretary about the Tory government's approach to welfare. Damian Green MP will appear before Holyrood's social security committee on Thursday 3 November. The session will be the first time a UK secretary ...and more »
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Fixing a Hole: how to solve the chronic UK current account deficit - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)Fixing a Hole: how to solve the chronic UK current account deficitThe Guardian (blog)The current account deficit reflects Britain's trade gap with the rest of the world, and the shortfall between money paid out by the UK and money coming in. Running permanently big deficits comes ..... Labour got the masses (not me, thankfully) to feel ...
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'Halifax promised me £100 - why haven't I received it?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Halifax promised me £100 - why haven't I received it?'Telegraph.co.ukAfter speaking to numerous advisers, the bank informed me that no details matching the ones I provided could be found. It appears that even its “closed accounts” department has been unable to pull up any of my former credit card details. LP, Staffs ...and more »
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'Radical' reform of personal independence payments needed, minister says - expressandstar.com

expressandstar.com'Radical' reform of personal independence payments needed, minister saysexpressandstar.comShe was responding to the UK Government's second independent review of how the assessment for PIP is working, led by Paul Gray, chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee. Ms Constance said: "It is absolutely staggering that 65% of people who ...and more »
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'Radical' reform of personal independence payments needed, minister says - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UK'Radical' reform of personal independence payments needed, minister saysAOL Money UKScotland's Social Security Secretary has called for "radical" reform of the personal independence payment (PIP) system across the UK. Angela Constance highlighted figures showing almost two-thirds (65%) of disabled people who dispute their PIP award ...and more »
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'Radical' reform of personal independence payments needed ... - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UK'Radical' reform of personal independence payments needed ...AOL Money UKScotland's Social Security Secretary has called for "radical" reform of the personal independence payment (PIP) system across the UK.Angela Constance ...and more »
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Blundering Vodafone put my life on hold! Phone giant plunges customers into financial limbo by blocking access to ... - This is Money

This is MoneyBlundering Vodafone put my life on hold! Phone giant plunges customers into financial limbo by blocking access to ...This is MoneyVodafone is plunging customers into financial limbo by blocking access to loans or mortgages because of alleged unpaid mobile phone bills – even when customers deny owing anything at all. Holly O'Donnell is one of them. The 26-year-old has been ...
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Vodafone plunges customers into financial limbo by blocking access to loans because of alleged unpaid bills - This is Money

This is MoneyVodafone plunges customers into financial limbo by blocking access to loans because of alleged unpaid billsThis is MoneyThese organisations – which include Experian, Equifax and Callcredit – hold records of every person with active credit accounts, such as mortgages and credit cards. They are frequently updated by household bill providers and banks about customers' ...
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