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Christmas misery for public sector workers

Date: Friday, December 24th, 2010

Debt advice will be sought by thousands of recently made redundant public sector workers across the UK, as they try to juggle mortgage loans and other financial bills mounting.  The government cuts will be felt like the chill in the …

Halifax customers face delayed pay

Date: Friday, December 24th, 2010

A technical hitch has meant thousands of transactions for Halifax bank customers, including those in line for wages to enter their account have been delayed. The bank has recently joined Lloyds Banking Group, said the fault has now been fixed …

Loans for mortgages at a 20-month low

Date: Friday, December 24th, 2010

The amount of mortgages approved for buying a house by major banks in the UK have revealed a 20-month low in November. Around 29,991 loans for mortgages had been approved during the month, but hardly any growth after. The statistics …

Doctors paid £188 hourly to work at Christmas

Date: Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

Family doctors are being paid up to £188 an hour to work over Christmas. Yes, it true and you were complaining about you £6p/h wage. Apparently there is a demand for GPs this winter to safeguard us against the flu.…

Price comparison sites lagging behind

Date: Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

A consumer group poll has revealed that almost half of people who check online price comparison websites are dissatisfied with the overall results. The poll revealed 46% of users were not happy about the end product.

Many people went back …

Students dropped deep in debt

Date: Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

Despite opposing the policy, two senior Liberal Democrats told undercover reporters that they voted in favour of tuition fee rises from universities across the UK.

Transport minister Norman Baker and Deputy Leader of the House, David Heath were overheard saying …

Mortgage lending low

Date: Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

The amount of mortgages approved by UK banks experienced a 20 month low in November according to figures. The loans used for house purchases have seen a limited amount handed out, stifling the housing market which has had a very …

Battling with credit card debt? Get debt advice

Date: Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

Many people overspend at Christmas and find themselves short of money later for various bills. Debt mounts and you feel isolated and ashamed.

This is the feeling Mark MacDonald, 43, kept. He hid his financial worries away from his family …

Harrowing housing cuts

Date: Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

New housing benefits cuts could leave people struggling to afford their rent according to MP’s. A report carried out by the Work and Pensions Committee found that some might find it hard to make ends meet between the benefit they …

Fears of a double-dip recession?

Date: Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Despite claims that we should be able to avoid a double-dip recession, the growth of the UK economy hasn’t been as significant as experts believed it would be and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said that GDP for …

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