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Price comparison site investigated over home insurance costs

A price comparison site is being investigated over a potential breach of competition law

Labour pledge to cap credit card interest a 'positive step', says MSE's Martin Lewis

MSE founder Martin Lewis has welcomed Labour's pledge to cap credit card interest

Close to paying off your student loan? You can now choose your direct debit dates

Graduates in the final years of repaying their student debt can now choose the day their monthly loan repayment is paid

75,000 hit as MBNA to close two Amex credit cards in latest cashback cull

More than 75,000 MBNA customers will stop earning cashback and rewards via their Amex credit card next month

Regulator probes Vanquis Bank over credit card repayment plan

Vanquis Bank is being investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority over its credit card repayment offer

Unarranged overdraft fees could be overhauled as FCA announces payday loan cap will remain

The price cap, which means people will never have to pay more than double what they originally borrowed, will remain

MoneySupermarket fined for emailing customers who'd asked not to be contacted

Comparison site MoneySupermarket has been fined £80,000 after emailing customers who had opted out of marketing

Government to ban ALL charges for paying by credit or debit card

Companies will be banned from charging ANY fees for credit or debit card payments from January

Skipton launching new 0.99% two-year fixed rate mortgage

Skipton BS is launching a two-year fixed-rate mortgage at 0.99% if you're borrowing 60% of your home's value

Bank of England warns lenders about steep rise in consumer debt

The Bank of England wants lenders to tighten up mortgage lending criteria and protect themselves from defaults

Letting fees ban and whiplash fraud crackdown in Queen's Speech - but no energy price cap bill

The Queen has laid out the laws that the government hopes to pass

Regulator denies payday loan cap will be lifted

The FCA has branded a claim that it will be relaxing the price cap on payday loans as "complete fiction"

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