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The future of 1p and 2p coins has been secured, in a story which divided opinion when we first shared it on social media.
31 May 2019

Following the news story we shared across our social media channels earlier this month, the future of 1p and 2p coins has now been secured.

It’s unlikely to come as a surprise that our new digital economy has seen a decrease... Read more

With 2019 now in full swing, perhaps the banks should be considering some belated New Year’s resolutions for this year.
11 February 2019

With 2019 now in full swing, perhaps the banks should be considering some belated New Year’s resolutions for this year.

James Moore, chief business commentator for The Independent, recently used his column to reflect on the Banking scandals of 2018... Read more

‘Millions’ of potential mis-sold PPI claims have been avoided by Britain’s five biggest high street banks, according to a new investigation.
5 November 2018

‘Millions’ of potential mis-sold PPI claims have been avoided as Britain’s five biggest high street banks 'routinely dodge' additional claims, according to a new investigation.

Consumer group Which? has revealed that when a customer complains about PPI on a particular product directly to Barclays,... Read more

The Chairman of Barclays, the bank who have mis-sold the second highest amount of PPI to UK consumers, has accused claimants of being ‘fraudsters’. Despite his bank paying back more than £8bn so far and receiving 2.3m complaints about mis-sold PPI, John McFarlane said: “The percentage of fraudulent claims is enormous. We have turned portions of Britain into fraudsters.”
1 October 2018

The Chairman of Barclays, the bank who have mis-sold the second highest amount of PPI to UK consumers, has accused claimants of being ‘fraudsters’.

Despite... Read more

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