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All Together now for ENERGY customer with credit REFUND

ALL together now – that’s the happy situation for an energy customer who now has the credit he was owed after switching suppliers. Source link

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Pound LIVE: GBP rises versus euro, European election results in as markets focus on Brexit

THE pound is climbing higher against the euro and US dollar this morning after bouncing back from multi-month lows after Theresa May announced her departure date. Source link

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Mothercare annual losses fall by 20% to £87.3million

MOTHERCARE annual losses rose 20 per cent to £87.3million as sales fell, but insists it is taking baby steps towards recovery. Source link

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Hike in European consumers’ complaints against UK traders

EUROPEAN consumers have lodged more complaints than ever before against UK traders over the past year with the number rising 10 per cent. Source link

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Brexit no deal now MORE likely after Theresa May’s resignation, Moody’s issues warning

BRITAIN is more likely to leave the European Union without a Brexit deal after Prime Minister Theresa May announced her departure date, according to credit rating agency Moody’s. Source link

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State pension: Pensioners sent incorrect forecasts – will you get LESS than expected?

STATE PENSION is a sum of money Britons can look forward to receiving when they reach state pension age, but not everyone knows how much they will get. Many use a state pension forecast to find out – but recent ...

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Facebook ‘finalising plans to launch own cryptocurrency by 2020’

FACEBOOK plans to launch its very own cryptocurrency next year as it plots a return to the world of digital tender, according to a report. Source link

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Eurozone NIGHTMARE: EU economy DRAGGED DOWN by Germany as manufacturing SLIPS

THE eurozone manufacturing sector slumped further into contraction territory in May, dragged down by a spluttering German economy which also slipped further into the red. Source link

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Universal Credit: Are you eligible? This is how you could claim hundreds each month

UNIVERSAL CREDIT is a payment from the Government some people can claim to help cover living costs. This payment can be up to hundreds of pounds a month, but only some people are eligible. Who is this for and how ...

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US-China trade war ‘will make families £656 WORSE OFF a year’

THE US-China trade war will hit families hard with the average US household set to be $831 worse off, according to economists. Source link

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