Consumers received almost £1.9bn in redress during the second half of 2016, with PPI topping the complaints list
PF&S visited hospitals and care homes to drum up business
The Government faces having to find time after the election to discuss the need to recall all faulty Whirlpool dryers
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The FCA has been sent a letter kick-starting the legal process which could lead to a judicial review of the PPI deadline
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The regulator is cutting off PPI reclaims - if you HAVE or EVER HAD a loan, credit card, mortgage, etc. take note
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The regulator has announced a final deadline of 29 August 2019 for consumers to reclaim mis-sold PPI
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Disabled customers and employees are to be given a voice to promote change and trigger improvements in various sectors
Debenhams has been named as one of 350 employers who failed to pay workers the national minimum or living wage
Problems with PPI still make up more than half of all complaints received by the Financial Ombudsman Service
Orders from the shopping channel have failed to arrive amid a change of ownership, with viewers feeling strung along
People who didn't appeal decisions made by Concentrix to amend or cancel their claim will have their cases reviewed
A new Government payment scheme for widowed parents could end up pushing parents "onto the breadline"