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Credit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off?
Customers can no longer be charged extra for paying by credit or debit card, but firms are finding ways to get around the ban

Rupert Jones

13, Jan, 2018 @7:00 AM

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Let’s move to Louth, Lincolnshire: ‘Worth the slog’
It’s worth a detour to visit this historic market town where the ills of modern life have been kept at bay

Tom Dyckhoff

12, Jan, 2018 @4:30 PM

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Housebuyers benefit from profits squeeze on mortgage lenders
Intense competition among lenders means customers have hardly noticed the 0.25% base rate rise, say brokers

Phillip Inman and Rupert Jones

11, Jan, 2018 @1:40 PM

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Regulator sorry for not capping UK consumers' energy bills sooner
Ofgem chief Dermot Nolan to not receive bonus as MPs liken him to ‘a bystander, rather than active participant in the market’

Adam Vaughan

10, Jan, 2018 @1:13 PM

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Car hire firms’ double whammy strikes at both the young and the old
Readers were left out of pocket when car hire firms failed to honour their bookings, one because he was old and another because she was young

Anna Tims

10, Jan, 2018 @7:00 AM

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Have you given up on cash?
We’d like to find out from you about the ways a reduction in cash use is changing UK society. Share your views and experiences

Guardian readers

09, Jan, 2018 @4:52 PM

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My Virgin Active discount that wasn’t fit for purpose
After buying Vitality Health insurance my membership fee should have been cut

Rebecca Smithers

09, Jan, 2018 @7:00 AM

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UK consumers trapped in credit card debt for longer than thought
Bank of England and financial watchdog found 89% of card debt was held by consumers revealed as in debt two years ago

Richard Partington

08, Jan, 2018 @4:22 PM

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What should I go for in my divorce settlement?
I’m in a dilemma as to whether to go for the house, which I would rent out and then use the income to buy another property

Virginia Wallis

08, Jan, 2018 @11:11 AM

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UK house prices falling for first time since June, says Halifax
Squeeze on real wages and economic uncertainty are continuing to put potential house buyers off, says lender

Julia Kollewe

08, Jan, 2018 @9:11 AM

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My cellar is flooded, but as the damage mounts there’s no resolution in the pipeline
It’s been pumped out again and again but Thames Water says it is not responsible

Rebecca Smithers

08, Jan, 2018 @7:00 AM

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‘Open banking’: radical shake-up, or a threat to your private data?
Few people have heard of them, but new rules that come into effect next week could change the way we bank

Shane Hickey

08, Jan, 2018 @7:00 AM

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