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Parents whose children suffer cancer ‘left with huge bills for treatment travel’

A remarkable number of parents who have children with cancer pay thousands of pounds every year on travel for therapy, figures show. A study from...

UK banks to problematic ₤ 20 billion in ‘PCP’ vehicle loan

Over the last 10 years, UK automobile dealerships have actually increase a brand-new type of vehicle loan, called "personal agreement purchases" (PCP), that might...

MetLife UK near to brand-new wealth management business

Metlife UK is closing its wealth management arm to brand-new business, stating low rates of interest have made it tough for the department...

Samsung’s 43-inch Frame TV is like a fancy art piece for your wall

The Frame TV quickly became a product of interest for people with minimal taste after it was unveiled by Samsung earlier this year. That...

Draghi says euro is important factor in future policy decisions

Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank, stated on Thursday that the strength of the euro could have an effect on the...

The Economic Growth of the United Kingdom Inches Up to Strengthen the Case For...

Economists said that the UK economy improved by 0.5% in the three months to October, ahead of the official 0.4% expansion that was recorded...

UK consumer morale edges up but gloom over finances deepens: YouGov/Cebr

In August, British consumer morale slightly improved. However, on Friday, a survey reported that since household became gloomier about their finances, it remained subdued. Aided by...

Toshiba Provides Long-Awaited Profits

This news item was originally published here. The embattled electronic devices firm published a loss of $8.8 bn (₤ 6.7 bn) for the last. Auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers...

You may not be able to afford a house if you work in these...

House affordability for the major workers such as nurses, teachers and firefighters over Britain's towns has darkened over the last five years, a study...

Cash still rules despite continued rise of ‘tap and go’ payments

Cash is still the leading choice of mode of payment even though its use is slipping, numbers from a trade association reveal. The volume of...

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