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A petition calling for the end of retrospective changes to the student loans agreement has sparked a Westminster debate
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The Government's U-turn on a promise to increase the threshold of student loan repayments has been debated in Parliament
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Chancellor writes to lenders after 'mortgage prisoner' meeting with Martin Lewis – but more must be done
George Osborne has written to lenders following a meeting with Martin Lewis about the plight of 'mortgage prisoners'
University students across the UK need to hurry up if they want to guarantee getting their loans for the start of term
The FCA admits mortgage lenders "could be more proactive" in making sure homeowners don't become 'mortgage prisoners'