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Chancellor George Osborne delivered his autumn statement this week, with the news that the task

Insolvency questions left unanswered by Department of Business

Ministers who oversee the rules and regulations surrounding business insolvency have faced questions regarding the

Government set to support underpaid workers

HMRC has revealed that in the last four years, only two employers have been prosecuted

Funding for Lending takes a U-turn

The government’s Funding for Lending scheme will no longer support mortgage borrowing, the Bank of

Price comparison websites prepare for scrutiny

The Financial Conduct Agency (FCA) is set to investigate whether price comparison sites genuinely provide

Debt continues to dominate in UK cities

A new report from a government supported service has revealed that nearly nine million people

Portugal strives to avoid a second bail-out

Portugal’s government has passed a number of new austerity measures, with experts warning that the

Personal insolvencies rise in the UK’s coastal towns

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Fuel Price drop gets motorists going

Good news for motorists came this week in the form of an AA report into

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