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Welsh students to benefit from 'generous' student finance system – grants of at least £1,000/yr to be given to all

The average Welsh student could potentially pocket £7,000/year in maintenance grants from September 2018 under new plans

Government likened to payday lender over its refusal to budge on retrospective student loan changes

The Government has been likened to a payday lender after refusing to reverse its freeze on repayment thresholds

Mastercard class action legal claim to get January hearing

A tribunal hearing in January will determine if a historic class action lawsuit against Mastercard can go ahead

Santander caps cashback for long-standing 123 credit card-holders

Hundreds of thousands of Santander 123 credit card customers could see their cashback cut from next February

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Martin warns market reaction to Trump's victory is boosting rates

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Leeds collections firm to write off £414m of customer debt over 'historic failings'

Debt purchase and collections company Motormile Finance UK has agreed to provide redress to more than 500,000 customers

John Lewis credit card-holders struggle to resolve payment issues after website outage

Customers say they are still battling to get through to the retailer as problems enter their third week

NatWest to bin benefits offered on its Black credit card – leaving some without travel insurance

NatWest is scrapping the benefits it offers to 30,000 customers with its Black credit card at the end of the year

Call for 'breathing space' bill to give those with debt a year’s respite

People experiencing money troubles could soon benefit from up to a year's 'breathing space' from the drivers of debt

Finance company seeks jail time for customer who defaulted on car loan

A credit finance company launched a legal bid to have a customer imprisoned after he failed to comply with a court order