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Revealed: The cities with the greatest growth in house prices

Regional cities have seen higher house price inflation than the capital in the last year, but which one comes out top?

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Brexit: One year on

It is one year on from the Brexit Referendum. Some dire predictions were made in the aftermath of the vote for the likely impact on the British economy, currency and financial markets.

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Ecotricity tops consumer service ratings

Ecotricity topped the Citizens Advice Bureau’s star rating system for energy suppliers for the first quarter of the year, scoring 4.4 out of 5 for customer service.

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Buyer found for energy switching site Flipper

Pay upfront energy switching site Flipper has been bought out of administration by Wessex Water, which plans to 'invest significantly' in the business.

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Grannies to the rescue on childcare

Families are increasingly turning to friends and family to minimise the prohibitive costs of childcare.

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100 months of record low interest rates: where should savers turn?

The Bank of England first cut the base rate to below 1% in March 2009 and July marks the 100th month of record low interest rates. Where can beleaguered savers turn for returns?

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Tough times for sterling: time to buy your holiday euros?

It’s been a tough few weeks for sterling as the pound continues to bear the brunt of uncertainty surrounding the election and Brexit negotiations.

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Why you shouldn’t buy travel currency in the UK with your credit card

If you’re heading abroad this summer, exchanging money in the UK ahead of your travels is a sensible idea. But for many travellers, it's best to avoid paying the transaction with your credit card.

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Double digit boost in mortgage lending in May

Mortgage lending hit £20.1bn in May, according to figures released from mortgage lender trade body, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

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First-time buyers receive £50m government bonus

New homeowners have received more than £50m from the Government's Help to Buy ISA scheme.

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The cheapest summer holiday destinations revealed

Brits planning a summer holiday could do well to consider the Czech Republic or Morocco, revealed as the cheapest destinations this season.

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Route to riches? Getting started in investment

Savings accounts pay next-to-nothing, inflation is rising, and you need your money to grow faster. The returns available from stock market investment are tempting, but then it bounces around all the time and you are worried about losing your money.

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Your 2017 money saving festival guide

More than 130,000 festival-goers will be heading to Glastonbury this weekend while others will be heading to Bestival and Creamfields later this summer. Here’s the ultimate music-lovers’ finance guide.

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Queen’s Speech 2017: Energy and motor bills to be cut but pensions ignored

The Queen delivered her speech today, setting out the government's priorities for the coming year, including measures to reduce energy bills and car insurance prices.

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Fraudulent food poisoning claims will push up holiday prices

There has been a 500% increase in the number of compensation claims for food poisoning since 2013, which will result in higher holiday prices, warns travel association ABTA.

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Women and under-35s most likely to use overdrafts

A fifth of affluent households rely on their overdrafts every month, with women more likely than men to go into the red.

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