An influential group of MPs has launched a wide-ranging inquiry into the student loans system
The Universities Minister Jo Johnson has finally agreed that student loans should be called 'graduate contributions'
Borrowing by consumers on credit cards, loans and overdrafts is slowing down, according to latest figures
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Graduates in the final years of repaying their student debt can now choose the day their monthly loan repayment is paid
A self-employed IT consultant who was left without work has avoided going into debt after reclaiming £45,000 in PPI
The Bank of England wants lenders to tighten up mortgage lending criteria and protect themselves from defaults
Fierce market competition continues to drive rates lower.
The financial watchdog has raised concerns that debt management companies are not carrying out thorough annual reviews
Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the FCA, explains why the regulator is widening its focus on lending
The Government has been likened to a payday lender after refusing to reverse its freeze on repayment thresholds
People experiencing money troubles could soon benefit from up to a year's 'breathing space' from the drivers of debt
Over 300,000 owing an average of £14,000 each turned to StepChange for help between January and June
Millions are spending at least 40% of their wages on debt repayments, research has found
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Student loans administrator Erudio is to write again to thousands of graduates to confirm new deferment deadlines