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Facebook launches new tool to combat scams on social media

Facebook has launched a new scam-reporting tool, as the social media giant teams up with Martin Lewis and Citizens Advice to combat the fake ads epidemic. The move comes after...

Barclays Blue Rewards doubles cashback offer: is it worth it?

Barclays has doubled the cashback you can earn through its Blue Rewards scheme to £14 a month for one year.

New remortgaging deals launched to free ‘mortgage prisoners’

The Ipswich Building Society has launched six new remortgaging products specifically aimed at freeing ‘mortgage prisoners’ from their current deals.

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Flats are losing thousands of pounds in value: are first-time buyers to blame?

The average UK flat is worth £3,000 less than it was last year despite overall house prices rising. Are first-time buyers to blame?

7 tricks to boost your savings in 2019

Are you doing all you can to make your savings go further? Try these savvy savings tips and tricks to get the most out of your money.

Curve card offers 1% cashback: is this ‘smart card’ worth it?

Curve now offers cashback, allowing you to use nearly any of your bank accounts through one ‘smart card’ and earn rewards. But is it as good as it sounds?

Rare Peter Pan 50p coins launched for charity

Six new 50p designs based on JM Barrie’s Peter Pan are available to buy from today to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.

Banks banned from charging extortionate overdraft fees

Banks will be forced to charge fairer overdraft fees as the UK's financial watchdog confirms rules that clamp down on excessive charges. 

MPs launch inquiry to help free ‘mortgage prisoners’

A cross-party group of MPs has launched an inquiry to find fairness for mortgage prisoners, potentially helping thousands of homeowners.

Mortgage approvals increase – here’s how to get accepted

Thousands had their mortgage applications approved in April. Here's how you can join them.

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