Which? Money weekly podcast
Listen to the latest Which? Money podcast released on 15 May 2013
- The interest-only mortgage timebomb
- Co-op Bank downgraded - what this means for customers
- Are the Post Office bank accounts any good?
This week: the interest-only mortgage timebomb; Co-op Bank downgraded - what this means for customers; and the Post Office enters the current account market.
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