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CHARITY OF THE MONTH – Christmas Toy Appeal

CHARITY OF THE MONTH – Yo-ho-ho Merry Christmas!

Once again the generosity of staff from Gladstone Brookes will mean that under-privileged children throughout the greater Warrington area and into the rest of Cheshire will be waking up to a present from Santa GB on Christmas morning with more than £1,000 worth of toys and Christmas gifts

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Problems for online Christmas shoppers?

Problems for online Christmas shoppers?

New security measures being introduced by banks could give online shoppers problems in the run-up to Christmas.

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Britain’s ‘bad bank’ sets aside £44.1 million for PPI

Britain’s ‘bad bank’ sets aside £44.1 million for PPI

Britain’s ‘bad bank’ has set aside another £44.1 million to pay out future successful PPI claims.

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PPI NEWS UPDATE – November 2018

PPI NEWS UPDATE – NOVEMBER 2018

Payouts continue to rise Latest PPI figures released by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) revealed that lenders have paid £32.9 billion between January 2011 and September of this year.

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH – Children In Need

CHARITY OF THE MONTH – Children In Need

This year’s Children In Need Appeal set yet another record by raising £50, 593,013 on the night, including a £400 donation from Gladstone Brookes.

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CYBG pushed into loss after £150 million PPI hit

£150 million PPI hit pushes CYBG into loss

A £150 million increase in its PPI compensation provision has pushed high street banking group CYBG into a £145 million loss on the year.

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Investigation into treatment of ‘financially vulnerable’ customers

Investigation into treatment of ‘financially vulnerable’ customers

A special investigation has been ordered into the treatment of ‘financially vulnerable’ customers by Britain’s banks and other financial institutions.

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Is the PPI deadline advertising really working?

Is the PPI deadline advertising really working?

With less than a year to go before the PPI deadline the consumer awareness campaign does not appear to be reaching all of its intended targets.

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FCA orders firms to re-open 150,000 cases

FCA orders firms to re-open 150,000 cases

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has ordered financial firms to contact 150,000 people with previously rejected claims to say they can make a new complaint about non-disclosure of commission.

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH – TARGET TOKYO


Bradley Gleave is a man with a mission and the drive to take him half way round the world to Tokyo in 2020 to represent Britain in the Paralympics.

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