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Daily Telegraph
Bank details of 100,000 Britons for sale on internetThe revelations will raise new fears that police are losing the fight against o
Bank details of 100,000 Britons for sale on internet
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The revelations will raise new fears that police are losing the fight against online fraud, which is estimated to cost Britain's economy at least £27 billion a year. Keith Vaz, chairman of the home affairs select committee, said he feared the site... Read more
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International Business Times
First-time buyers will spend £53,000 on 'alarmingly unaffordable' rent before buying a home First-time buyers will have spent on average nearly £53,000 on rent in their li
First-time buyers will spend £53,000 on 'alarmingly unaffordable' rent before buying a home
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
First-time buyers will have spent on average nearly £53,000 on rent in their lifetime before they have saved enough to buy a home. And those starting to rent in 2016 are projected to pay more than £64,000 into landlords' pockets before they can... Read more
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express
UK firms can ride out storm, says CBI's director general BUSINESS leaders today backed Britain’s economy to ride out “growing overseas
UK firms can ride out storm, says CBI's director general
express / Posted 3 days ago
BUSINESS leaders today backed Britain’s economy to ride out “growing overseas risks” despite further weakness in factory output denting hopes for a more balanced recovery. The CBI has lowered... Read more
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TheBull
London hikes currency reserves amid Brexit riskLondon has ramped up its foreign exchange reserves in a move described by Briti
London hikes currency reserves amid Brexit risk
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
London has ramped up its foreign exchange reserves in a move described by British media on Monday as a war chest against market chaos should Britain leave the European Union. 09.02.2016 09:25 AM London has ramped up its foreign exchange reserves in... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
London hikes currency reserves amid Brexit riskLONDON: London has ramped up its foreign exchange reserves in a move described
London hikes currency reserves amid Brexit risk
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 days ago
LONDON: London has ramped up its foreign exchange reserves in a move described by British media on Monday (Feb 9) as a war chest against market chaos should Britain leave the European Union. Currency reserves jumped 34 per cent to US$98.2 billion in... Read more
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Zero Hedge
February 4Overnight Media Digest - Investors are rethinking their expectations for inter
February 4
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 days ago
Overnight Media Digest - Investors are rethinking their expectations for interest-rate increases this year, converging on a view that the U.S. Federal Reserve is unlikely to raise rates in March and possibly not even for the rest of the year.... Read more
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International Business Times
Number of pubs in UK hit lowest levels in a decade in 2015, suggests campaign group The latest statistics from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) show that by the e
Number of pubs in UK hit lowest levels in a decade in 2015, suggests campaign group
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
The latest statistics from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) show that by the end of 2015, the number of pubs in the UK was at its lowest for a decade. Its figures show that 52,750 public houses were in business at the end of year, with an average of... Read more
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Gazette News
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Gazette News / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Croydon Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Bolton News
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Bolton News / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Northern Echo
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsWomen planning to retire this year with debt will owe around £17,800 - a sharp
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Northern Echo / Posted 10 days ago
Women planning to retire this year with debt will owe around £17,800 - a sharp £7,000 fall compared with 2015. The debts held by men remain virtually unchanged at around £19,600. People retiring in debt in 2016 typically expect it will take three... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Kingston Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Oxford Mail
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Streatham Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Bury Times
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Bury Times / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Gazette
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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guardian-series
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
guardian-series / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Harrow Times
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Harrow Times / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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This is West Country
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
This is West Country / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds One in five people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, resear
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
One in five people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, research found People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report findsPeople retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those
2016 retirees will have £3,000 less debt, report finds
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
People retiring this year are set to have £3,000 less debt typically than those who ended work in 2015, a report has found. One in five (20%) people retiring in the UK in 2016 expect to be in the red, owing £18,800 on average, according to research... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Warning to small employers over auto-enrolment after sharp increase in fines Small businesses have been urged to get their affairs in order to avoid being
Warning to small employers over auto-enrolment after sharp increase in fines
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
Small businesses have been urged to get their affairs in order to avoid being caught out by a massive shake-up in pension rules. Cawston based tap company Greg Rowe with... Read more
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Sussex Express
South east families enjoy spending power increaseFamilies in the south east of England saw their spending power increase this ye
South east families enjoy spending power increase
Sussex Express / Posted 15 days ago
Families in the south east of England saw their spending power increase this year, according to research by a national supermarket chain. The research by Asda found discretionary income for families in the south east reached £208 a week, up £18... Read more
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Chichester Observer
South east families enjoy spending power increase - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
South east families enjoy spending power increase
Chichester Observer / Posted 15 days ago
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Times of Malta
Firms 'should block emails while workers are on holiday'Firms are being urged to encourage a culture of "playfulness" in offices and en
Firms 'should block emails while workers are on holiday'
Times of Malta / Posted 16 days ago
Firms are being urged to encourage a culture of "playfulness" in offices and ensure staff don't work on holiday, in a bid to boost productivity. A study found the economic benefits of flexible working hours, giving staff a chance to put forward... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Inflation finally picks up in the eurozoneThe figures come after the president of the European Central Bank repeated his
Inflation finally picks up in the eurozone
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
The figures come after the president of the European Central Bank repeated his commitment to returning inflation to its target of close to but below 2pc in recent weeks. Mario Draghi is poised to deliver another shot of quantitative easing into the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland 50% worse off for disposable incomes Asda chief executive Andy Clarke with First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy
Northern Ireland 50% worse off for disposable incomes
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Asda chief executive Andy Clarke with First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness at Parliament Buildings earlier this month Families in Northern Ireland are almost... Read more
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International Business Times
Landlords sitting on £500m of unprotected deposits leaving tenants at risk One in seven UK landlords are still not complying with deposit protection rules
Landlords sitting on £500m of unprotected deposits leaving tenants at risk
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
One in seven UK landlords are still not complying with deposit protection rules, leaving renters without third party protection and vulnerable to unfair losses when they move out, research released on Thursday (28 January) has shown. According to a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Household disposable income up, but families remain cautious Families acted cautiously over parting with their extra cash Families were £
Household disposable income up, but families remain cautious
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Families acted cautiously over parting with their extra cash Families were £13 better off in December than a year ago - but acted cautiously over parting with their extra cash, a report... Read more
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express
Historic low inflation rate continues despite hitting one year high INFLATION is at its highest level in almost a year as a hike in fuel costs an
Historic low inflation rate continues despite hitting one year high
express / Posted 26 days ago
INFLATION is at its highest level in almost a year as a hike in fuel costs and air fares pushed it to 0.2 per cent. Inflation is at its highest level in almost a year But official... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Steep decline in confidence exposes issues with 'Northern Powerhouse'According to the FSB, a number of economic headwinds stand in the way of this i
Steep decline in confidence exposes issues with 'Northern Powerhouse'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
According to the FSB, a number of economic headwinds stand in the way of this initiative. The four main pain points are: the new national living wage, which comes in this April; auto-enrolment in pensions; the new quarterly tax reporting rules; and... Read more
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chroniclelive
EU 'Brexit' would push up costs for North East households, say campaignersQuitting the EU would cost the average North East household £20 - by pushing up
EU 'Brexit' would push up costs for North East households, say campaigners
chroniclelive / Posted a month ago
Quitting the EU would cost the average North East household £20 - by pushing up the cost of home insurance. The claim was made by campaigners calling for the UK to remain in the European Union, which is gearing up for an historic referendum widely... Read more

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