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UK’s personal debt mapped out in new research

Data has been released which shows the personal debt levels of residents across the UK.

Republic of Ireland celebrate economic recovery

The Republic of Ireland’s Prime Minister has spoken positively about the country’s financial future in

Cost of complaining set to fall

The government has announced a crackdown on companies who overcharge customers ringing to complain about

New figures show the changing face of household spending

Figures released this week suggest that rising energy bills have led to housing costs becoming

Universal credit faces further criticism as delays continue

The government’s flagship welfare policy has been heavily criticised by rival MPs. Work and Pensions

Social supermarket experiment opens its doors

A supermarket with the sole aim of supporting those on low incomes has opened in

Can the public really help the UK escape its debt?

The government has received nearly £900,000 in public donations intended to help ease the national

Chancellor’s pension plans put pressure on UK workers

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

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