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A month ago we predicted the new 'EU interchange cap' may hit cashback & rewards cards. Sadly, Cap One's now proof
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Virgin Media to up prices for customers with Sky Sports or Movies
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EE customer? Get a 'free' £20 power bar portable mobile charger
RBS axes its YourPoints credit card reward scheme: Are you hit?
Airline ombudsman-style scheme moves one step closer
Can you pass the election numbers test?
Smart-Pig student ad is thankfully deemed 'irresponsible'
Retailers booed me for saying 'don't blame the delivery company, blame the retailer'
End car insurers auto-renewal rip-off! 10 rule changes needed
Unbelievable! A news presenter just admitted on air 'I don’t understand a thing about politics!'
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The opinion polls suggest we’ll have a hung parliament – if so, we could find ourselves with a coalition government again. So for fun, we want to know if you could pick a coalition instead of a party, which you would pick?
Which two-party coalition would you pick (order based on seats in last parliament – the one listed first isn’t necessarily the majority party)?