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HMV to stay on high streets – £50 million rescue deal

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Governor warns global economy not yet out of danger

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Northern Rock pays chunk back to taxpayer – but still plenty to go

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More than 2000 jobs saved at bankrupt Blockbusters stores

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Feel like you’re getting less for your money at the supermarket?

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TV celebrity made bankrupt for second time in five years

BankruptcyEx-soap star Joe Swash has been declared bankrupt by the courts due to unpaid taxes for the second time in five years.

The TV celebrity …

Six in ten households forced to ration heating due to cost

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Wonga in hot water again after wrongfully taking money

LoansPayday lender, Wonga, has hit the headlines again after the Daily Mail received over 40 complaints about money being taken from their bank account.

According …

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