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NHS workers set to protest over public sector pay rise snub

Thousands of NHS workers will be demonstrating this weekend to campaign for ‘pay justice...

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Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are expected to disrupt numerous sectors and ind...

Planning overhaul criticised for allowing automatic permission to build

Building projects in certain areas will be given automatic permission in principle under t...

Drivers pay £1.3bn in extra premiums due to whiplash reform delay

The delay in implementing whiplash reforms has cost British drivers an additional £1.3bn ...

Regulator slams high-cost credit firms that lure borrowers into further debt

The City watchdog has raised concerns over the relending practices by some high-cost credi...

Base rate held at 0.1% but prospect of negative rate remains

The Bank of England has maintained the base rate at a historic low 0.1% but the prospect o...

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Furlough’s imminent end: Your redundancy rights

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is set to close at the end of October, and many emplo...

Coronavirus crisis: a five-point plan for worried investors

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, markets have once again tanked, dragging ...

What the General Election could mean for your personal finances

Our experts discuss how the historic December election may affect income tax, stamp duty, ...

What you need to know about post-Brexit travel

Insurer Allianz Assistance UK offers advice to Brits travelling to Europe after 31 October...

How to get a will for free

If you're 55 or over, you can have a will written or updated for free this month.

Lost your job? Financial top tips

As former-defence minister Gavin Williamson starts life on the back benches, we discuss ho...

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Pension cash withdrawals fall during lockdown

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£1,000 Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus will be taxed

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Jul 31, 2020

What the August furlough and self-employed grant changes mean for you

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House prices spring back as stamp duty cut set to boost values further

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Jul 31, 2020

Pre-owned mobiles vulnerable to being hacked

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Top tips for borrowers and househunters on furlough

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Nurseries told to play fair over fees and loss of child place threats

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Tui to close 166 high street stores

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Jul 30, 2020

Regulator names and shames airlines over poor refund process

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Landlords raise rents as tenant numbers grow

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Inheritance tax receipts fall for first time in a decade

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Furloughed staff made redundant to receive pay based on normal wages

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HSBC wins account switch war as Santander rate cut hits numbers

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