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The Week UKWhy is a pound worth less than a euro at airports?The Week UKThe best rate for a delivery next week is from TravelFX, which will give you €1.148 to the pound, according to MoneySavingExpert's comparison tool. You could also abandon changing cash and use a specialist travel credit card, which will give you the ...and more »
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Why is a pound worth less than a euro at airports? | The Week UK - The Week UK

The Week UKWhy is a pound worth less than a euro at airports? | The Week UKThe Week UKThe plunge in the pound has been one of the key stories following the UK's vote for Brexit, with experts variously claiming the drop could either help or hinder the ...and more »
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Debtors need our help - Catholic Herald Online

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Debtors need our help - Catholic Herald Online

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Pound jumps after UK retail sales defy Brexit fears – business live - The Guardian

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Royal London reports strong growth in new business sales and operating profit despite market uncertainty and low ... - Actuarial Post

Royal London reports strong growth in new business sales and operating profit despite market uncertainty and low ...Actuarial PostGroup EEV operating profit increased by 20% to £138m (30 June 2015: £115m), despite the reduction in market interest rates, assisted by strong new business profit growth of £22m (34%) particularly in Pensions, Intermediary Protection and RLAM.and more »
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How under-30s are ruining their credit score - AOL Money UK

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A major data point shows why Britain's interest rate cut had to happen - Business Insider

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Will EU expats have state pensions frozen after Brexit? | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyWill EU expats have state pensions frozen after Brexit? | This is MoneyThis is MoneyA deal on state pensions will be crucial to retirees trying to decide whether they can still afford to live in an EU country after the UK's departure from the bloc.and more »
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Will EU expats have state pensions frozen? Retirees in dark over future finances after Brexit vote - This is Money

This is MoneyWill EU expats have state pensions frozen? Retirees in dark over future finances after Brexit voteThis is MoneyHe says: 'Expats must resist the "buy now or it will be too late" hysteria and remember that in many cases a UK SIPP [self-invested personal pension] provides a lower cost and potentially safer vehicle for retirement. 'In our view - and the regulators ...and more »
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Martin Lewis: The money expert on how YOU could make THOUSANDS by switching bank accounts - Express.co.uk

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Alexandria Duval accused of killing twin is arrested on DWI charges in NY - Daily Mail

Daily MailAlexandria Duval accused of killing twin is arrested on DWI charges in NYDaily MailAgain their lives were inextricably linked - Alison filed for bankruptcy in November, 2014, public records show. Her sister filed five weeks later. Between them they had credit card debts of some $200,000. In Utah, their drinking got even more out of ...and more »
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North Korea's deputy ambassador to Britain defects from London - Washington Post

Washington PostNorth Korea's deputy ambassador to Britain defects from LondonWashington PostThey generally do not go through the kind of resettlement program for regular defectors — where they learn things like how to use a credit card and the Internet — but often end up at a government-linked think tank. The South Korean government, which ...and more »
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North Korea's deputy ambassador to UK defects from London - Washington Post

Washington PostNorth Korea's deputy ambassador to UK defects from LondonWashington PostThey generally do not go through the kind of resettlement program for regular defectors -- where they learn things like how to use a credit card and the internet -- but often end up at a government-linked think-tank. The South Korean government, which ...and more »
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A-level results 2016: Freshers set to spend £3300 each in the first 100 days of university - The Independent

The IndependentA-level results 2016: Freshers set to spend £3300 each in the first 100 days of universityThe IndependentA-level students who are finalising plans to go to university are being urged to start thinking seriously about the financial implications as it's revealed the first 100 days of the new academic year will cost them an eye-watering £3,300 each. New ...
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