February 2014 blog posts

UK GDP growth slows slightly

profitsThe UK economy, according the Office for National Statistics (ONS), is continuing to grow but more slowly than previously predicted.

In spite of this slowing …

Mothercare’s boss quits as the company faces tough times

QuestionMothercare, once the high street’s leading baby and child retailer, is facing an uncertain future, following falling sales and the immediate resignation of their chief …

Scottish independence could increase household debt

QuestionA number of financial experts have warned that an independent Scotland would mean increased debt for consumers north of the border.

Research and analysis carried …

Couple found guilty of illegal money lending

LoansA Merseyside couple who ran an illegal money lending firm have found themselves with personal debts worth over £60,000, as a result of their wrong-doing.…

Rising rental costs lead to increased evictions

monopoly housesHouse repossessions reached a record high last year, as over 35,000 private and public sector tenants were evicted from their homes.

Experts are unsure whether …

Manchester United plan to invest as revenues rise

Ball of cashThey may not be having the easiest time in the Premier League but former champions Manchester United have at least been able to report positive …

Top 10 cheap ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day 2014

Cost of loveWith Valentine’s Day fast approaching, many of us will be looking for ways to show our loved ones how much they mean to us. However, …

Senior churchman calls for more to offer the living wage

One PoundArchbishop of York John Sentamu, has said that increasing living costs combined with low wages are making life incredibly difficult for some of the country’s …

Minister calls for action to improve childcare access

Happy mother, father and son isolated on whiteLocal authorities are being encouraged to open the doors of schools and nurseries for longer, to ease the increasing cost of childcare on working parents.…

America’s Treasury Secretary raises debt default fears

currency ballA top US politician has warned that America could again face defaulting on its debts if Congress fails to raise the country’s borrowing limit.

Treasury …

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