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Bank of England holds interest rate at 0.75% as it waits for a decision on Brexit 21 Mar 5:51pm Bank of England holds interest rate at 0.75% as it waits for a decision on Brexit
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Uncertainty over our departure from the EU is harming the economy, the Bank said, with businesses putting off investment. But it added that consumer spending is performing better.
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Government borrowing falls to lowest level in 17 years thanks to a surge in tax receipts 21 Mar 5:51pm Government borrowing falls to lowest level in 17 years thanks to a surge in tax receipts
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The public sector borrowed £200m in February, significantly down on the £1.2bn borrowed a year earlier. It has given Chancellor Philip Hammond a war chest of more than £26bn.
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Credit card firms raked in £219m in just 12 months from fees and interest on cash withdrawls 21 Mar 5:51pm Credit card firms raked in £219m in just 12 months from fees and interest on cash withdrawls
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There were more than 36m withdrawals using credit cards from December 2017 to November 2018, according to a study by Moneycomms and Totallymoney.
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Watchdog pushed to probe rip-off leaseholds that have left families facing crippling ground rents 21 Mar 5:51pm Watchdog pushed to probe rip-off leaseholds that have left families facing crippling ground rents
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Furious MPs accused developers, solicitors and investors of ‘deliberately running a racket’ to rip off customers and called on the Competition and Markets Authority to take action.
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Half of FTSE firms flout pension rules: Anger builds over obscene retirement perks 21 Mar 5:50pm Half of FTSE firms flout pension rules: Anger builds over obscene retirement perks
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Some chiefs receive a pension top up worth more than a third of their salary – with Tui chief exec Friedrich Joussen (pictured) handed £456,000 a year, or 48 per cent of his basic pay.
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Next becomes the first major High Street chain to sell more online than in stores  21 Mar 5:50pm Next becomes the first major High Street chain to sell more online than in stores 
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Chief executive Lord Wolfson (pictured) said online shopping represented a 'revolution' that has benefited British households – adding it is up to retailers to adapt to survive.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Next defies the retail gloom as it becomes an internet champion   21 Mar 5:50pm ALEX BRUMMER: Next defies the retail gloom as it becomes an internet champion  
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There is something profoundly depressing about the way retailers blame everyone else but themselves for their woes. There are endless whinges.
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21 Mar 1:36pm Updated FTSE LIVE: Pound under pressure; Next and Ted Baker profits slip
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The FTSE 100 closed up 64.30 points at 7355.31 and the pound was at $1.31 against the dollar.
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How do probate fee rises affect executors of wills? 21 Mar 12:56pm How do probate fee rises affect executors of wills?
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A surge of applications for probate - an important step to gain control over an estate after someone dies - is anticipated as executors try to beat hikes in charges of up to 2,700 per cent.
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Is boiler insurance worth it? Half of households have had to replace them 21 Mar 11:14am Is boiler insurance worth it? Half of households have had to replace them
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Many households may refuse to fork out for boiler insurance, especially with a number of policies on the market that may not be up to scratch.
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Top 10 places for buy-to-let with Rochdale number one, reveals Zoopla 21 Mar 10:45am Updated Top 10 places for buy-to-let with Rochdale number one, reveals Zoopla
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Zoopla research looked at the average rental yields of two-bedroom properties in towns with a minimum of 50,000 households, and Rochdale topped the list.
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Find out how many drivers in your postcode have penalty points on their licence 21 Mar 10:32am Updated Find out how many drivers in your postcode have penalty points on their licence
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New research reveals the number of motorists with penalty points in every UK postcode and also highlighted the areas with the most drivers half way towards losing their licence altogether.
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21 Mar 8:41am Interest rates remain at 0.75% as inflation stays low
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The consumer prices index measure of inflation rose fractionally in February to 1.9 per cent, offical data has showed, which is still below the 2 per cent target set for the Bank.
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21 Mar 5:10am Updated The car key made from a shooting star that costs the same as the average UK home
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It's called the Senturion Key S177 Full Meteorite and is the most expensive car key of all time. Just 177 will be made with a retail price that matches the average fee paid for a UK home so far in 2019.
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Credit card holders paid £219m in fees for withdrawing cash last year 21 Mar 4:38am Updated Credit card holders paid £219m in fees for withdrawing cash last year
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UK credit cardholders paid the price for withdrawing money using their credit cards last year, being stung with £219million in fees and charges.
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Nationwide enters the cash Isa fold after Coventry Building Society pulls its best buy offer 21 Mar 4:38am Updated Nationwide enters the cash Isa fold after Coventry Building Society pulls its best buy offer
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Coventry Building Society’s easy access cash Isa lasted just 15 days at the top of the best buy tables, but another high street name has joined the ranks of top paying providers.
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Bereaved people do NOT have to return state pension wrongly paid to the deceased 21 Mar 4:37am Updated Bereaved people do NOT have to return state pension wrongly paid to the deceased
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People who receive state pension overpaid in error after someone's death are not legally obliged to refund it, the Government has confirmed.
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21 Mar 4:05am Interest rates set to remain at 0.75% as inflation stays low
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The consumer prices index measure of inflation rose fractionally in February to 1.9 per cent, offical data has showed, which is still below the 2 per cent target set for the Bank.
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How to sort your Isa or pension before the end of the tax year 21 Mar 2:00am How to sort your Isa or pension before the end of the tax year
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The good news is that we’ll at least know if we did leave the EU on time before you have to deal with the end of the tax year at 11.59pm on April 5th... but don't leave it that late.
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