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Do you really need a lawyer for your divorce?

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Energy smart meter: should you get one?

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Tough trading conditions see March retail sales shrink

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Should you charge your children for living at home?

No-one is suggesting you start charging a five-year old for doing their washing,...

Consumer spending lurches lower

Consumer spending continued to drop in March, rounding off the worst quarter in ...

Eviction fear sees tenants put up with shoddy or unsafe homes

A quarter of a million private tenants in England who faced issues with their re...

Holidaymakers to be better protected when booking online

Half of all holidays aren’t financially protected if a company fails so the go...

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