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The price cap, which means people will never have to pay more than double what they originally borrowed, will remain
Comparison site MoneySupermarket has been fined £80,000 after emailing customers who had opted out of marketing
Companies will be banned from charging ANY fees for credit or debit card payments from January
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Skipton BS is launching a two-year fixed-rate mortgage at 0.99% if you're borrowing 60% of your home's value
The Bank of England wants lenders to tighten up mortgage lending criteria and protect themselves from defaults
The Queen has laid out the laws that the government hopes to pass
The FCA has branded a claim that it will be relaxing the price cap on payday loans as "complete fiction"
The Financial Ombudsman Service has found that complaints about payday lenders have tripled in 12 months
The general election result means we will have a hung Parliament
Tesco Bank has launched the new lowest five-year fixed rate mortgage deal – at 1.68% with a £995 fee if you borrow 60%
Almost 500,000 Barclaycard customers will see their Amex card stopped this summer and replaced with a new Visa card
Lloyds Banking Group has completed its takeover of credit card firm MBNA, but customers will see "no changes whatsoever"
Fierce market competition continues to drive rates lower.
A loophole in Section 75 consumer credit card protection could be reviewed in the next Parliament
High street giant HSBC has launched the new lowest five-year fix rate mortgage on the market