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Jan 07, 2013

Childcare vouchers could be scrapped in Govt overhaul

Dec 17, 2012

Monday newspaper round-up: RBS, Fuel poverty, UK banks

Dec 04, 2012

Government to announce £5bn investment into schools, transport and projects

Nov 28, 2012

Deals on alcohol to be a thing of the past

Oct 31, 2012

Heseltine slams coalition’s economic strategy

Oct 23, 2012

One in four worry about having their home repossessed

Oct 22, 2012

New law targets missing persons’ finances

Oct 12, 2012

Price at the pumps fuelling anger amongst UK motorists

Oct 08, 2012

Tories rule out mansion and wealth taxes

Oct 03, 2012

Over 55s’ spending power falls

Sep 27, 2012

Clegg pledges no further cuts to top tax rate

Sep 26, 2012

Clegg: Cut benefits for wealthy pensioners

Sep 11, 2012

Tory MP: Pension restrictions must go

Sep 07, 2012

No confidence broadband promise

Sep 06, 2012

Hargreaves pans ‘idiot’ Clegg over rich tax

Aug 31, 2012

Govt promises retrospective tax only for ‘exceptional circumstances’

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