People with low levels of debt will now be able to avoid bankruptcy as the threshold's risen from £750 to £5,000
Sweeping changes have been made to our benefits system as Osborne attempts to find the cuts he promised in his manifesto
Figures show that 7.2 million phone calls made to HMRC in the last year went through to a 'busy' tone
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More than £20m meant to help those struggling with housing costs following benefit reforms wasn't spent by councils
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