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RBS share buy-back could cost taxpayer millions

RBS share buy-back could cost taxpayer millions

A Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) plan to buy back more than £1 billion worth of its own shares from the government could mean the British taxpayer losing millions of pounds.

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Lloyds IT problems hit thousands of accounts

Lloyds IT problems hit thousands of accounts

Hundreds of thousands of customers of Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) have found themselves unable to make payments from their online accounts due to a computer glitch.

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Santander to close 140 branches

Santander to close 140 branches

Spanish-owned bank Santander has announced the closure of 140 of its UK branches, putting 1,270 jobs at risk.

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Former Barclays bosses on trial for fraud

Former Barclays bosses on trial for fraud

Four former Barclays senior executives are to become the first British banking executives to go on trial over events surrounding the 2008 financial crisis.

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PPI payout heads for £34 billion

PPI payout heads for £34 billion

The total payout for mis-sold PPI is heading for £34 billion, just months before the PPI claims deadline in August.

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PPI NEWS UPDATE – JANUARY 2019

PPI NEWS UPDATE – JANUARY 2019
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Twelve charities of Christmas – THE RESULTS

Twelve charities of Christmas – THE RESULTS

Our 12 Charities of Christmas competition was a huge success with entries from 83 from Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside who between them generated an amazing 37,527 votes

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Are you owed a share of £77 billion?

Are you owed a share of £77 billion?

Could you be owed a share of billions of pounds of ‘lost’ money which is lying around just waiting to be claimed?

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New Year resolutions still going strong?

New Year resolutions still going strong?

We do it every year between Christmas and New Year when we start to consider what the next 12 months will be like and what we can do to make life better for ourselves.

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FCA to ban “Rip-off” overdraft fees

‘Rip-off’ overdraft fees to be banned by FCA

Britain’s financial regulator – the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – has announced proposals to ban ‘rip-off’ fees for unarranged overdrafts in a crackdown on the way banks levy their charges.

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