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 DAILY BRIEFING: City watchdog sets out plans in case of a no deal Brexit 10 Oct 2018, 4:55pm DAILY BRIEFING: City watchdog sets out plans in case of a no deal Brexit
The Financial Conduct Authority has set out plans to minimise disruption if Britain leaves the EU without a deal, giving temporary permission to Continental banks so they can carry on operating.
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 Cafe Patisserie Valerie fights for its survival after finding £20m black hole in its accounts 10 Oct 2018, 4:51pm Cafe Patisserie Valerie fights for its survival after finding £20m black hole in its accounts
The company, part-owned by Pizza Express tycoon Luke Johnson, said it was investigating ‘significant, and potentially fraudulent, accounting irregularities’. More than £20m could be unaccounted for.
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 CITY DIARY: UK finance chief a contender for TSB top job 10 Oct 2018, 4:50pm CITY DIARY: UK finance chief a contender for TSB top job
Stephen Jones's CV reads well, holding senior positions at Santander, Citigroup and Barclays. While at the latter, he caught the eye of Bob Diamond who encouraged him to dye his locks.
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 MARKET REPORT: Burberry hit as investors check out of luxury goods 10 Oct 2018, 4:50pm MARKET REPORT: Burberry hit as investors check out of luxury goods
Some of Europe’s biggest names in fashion – including the UK’s Burberry and Mulberry – sank after investment bank Morgan Stanley released a damning report on the sector.
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 These are the roads drivers made the most complaints about last year 10 Oct 2018, 1:15pm Updated These are the roads drivers made the most complaints about last year
Oldham Road in Manchester, a four mile stretch from the city's ring road, heading north east to Hollinwood, was subject to the most criticism - mainly from disgruntled motorists.
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 FTSE LIVE: Patisserie Valerie freezes shares; SSE-Npower deal cleared; Telford Homes warns on Brexit 10 Oct 2018, 12:32pm Updated FTSE LIVE: Patisserie Valerie freezes shares; SSE-Npower deal cleared; Telford Homes warns on Brexit
The FTSE 100 closed down 91.85 points at 7145.74 and the pound was at $1.32 against the dollar.
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 ALEX BRUMMER: Armageddon could be just around the corner 10 Oct 2018, 12:21pm Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Armageddon could be just around the corner
Market convulsions are a fact of life and come and go. That is the rather reassuring view of Maurice Obstfeld, the IMF’s chief economist who is soon heading back to academia.
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 UK car industry launches no deal Brexit contingency programme 10 Oct 2018, 9:14am UK car industry launches no deal Brexit contingency programme
The SMMT said its programme was aimed at providing support for small and medium-sized companies, who make-up the vast majority of Britain's automotive supply chain.
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 How a good front door can wow buyers and help sell your home 10 Oct 2018, 9:07am How a good front door can wow buyers and help sell your home
A smart front door can instantly improve the kerb appeal of a property and help to sell it, explains estate agents Yopa.
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 What is the state pension and how does it work? Your questions answered 10 Oct 2018, 5:37am Updated What is the state pension and how does it work? Your questions answered
Every week, readers flood our inbox with questions about the new state pension. Many say they feel bamboozled by the new system and find it hard to work out what they should be getting.
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 Philip Hammond may axe income tax despite Tory manifesto pledge 10 Oct 2018, 5:33am Philip Hammond may axe income tax despite Tory manifesto pledge
A Conservative pledge to cut income tax for millions of working people could be scrapped to pay for the NHS. Philip Hammond (pictured) is poised to postpone or even scrap the manifesto promise.
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 Now TSB customers are told they face non-existent overdraft charges 10 Oct 2018, 5:24am Updated Now TSB customers are told they face non-existent overdraft charges
TSB says it has mistakenly sent text messages to an undisclosed number of customers over the past month, urging them to pay money into their accounts in order to avoid extra charges.
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 Nationwide refuses to insure travellers over 70 unless they pay extra £65 10 Oct 2018, 5:01am Updated Nationwide refuses to insure travellers over 70 unless they pay extra £65
Currently, customers who pay £13 a month for the building society’s FlexPlus packaged bank account benefit from free travel insurance up to age 75. But the age limit will be lowered to 70 in January.
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 Hope for savers as rates edge up as banks scramble to keep pace with new arrival Goldman Sachs 10 Oct 2018, 4:54am Updated Hope for savers as rates edge up as banks scramble to keep pace with new arrival Goldman Sachs
The online Marcus account by Goldman Sachs pays a top 1.5 per cent. But this includes a 0.15 percentage point fixed bonus payable for the first year.
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 SHOCKING: The woman who saw her Green Star Energy electricity bill go from £492 to £17,354  10 Oct 2018, 4:44am Updated SHOCKING: The woman who saw her Green Star Energy electricity bill go from £492 to £17,354 
Retired school teacher Barbara Turner was sent a letter by power supplier Green Star Energy claiming that her electricity bill for the next 12 months would be £17,354.
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 Ignoring the stock market could cost your child £21,200 10 Oct 2018, 4:37am Updated Ignoring the stock market could cost your child £21,200
Figures reveal families saving into tax-free children’s accounts over the past 13 years could have made up to £21,000 more by investing the money in the stock market, rather than cash.
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 Cyber-crime insurance may not cover victims of some of the most common types of fraud 10 Oct 2018, 4:17am Updated Cyber-crime insurance may not cover victims of some of the most common types of fraud
Saga has launched personal cybercrime insurance as an add-on to its home contents policies. Hiscox, another insurer, also offers cyber-crime protection as an extra for home cover.
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 Puzzled by the state pension maze? Your questions answered 10 Oct 2018, 4:11am Puzzled by the state pension maze? Your questions answered
Before 2016, the state pension was made up of different parts. Most people would get a basic pension after making 30 years of National Insurance contributions (NICs).
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 VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Protect our Post Offices 10 Oct 2018, 4:11am Updated VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Protect our Post Offices
Who is championing Britain’s Post Offices? With banks abandoning the High Street at a rate of around 60 branches a month, they should be cherished.
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 Trillions of reasons why EU needs a deal: Bank of England warns of risk to European lenders  10 Oct 2018, 3:24am Updated Trillions of reasons why EU needs a deal: Bank of England warns of risk to European lenders 
When Brexit happens in March 2019, banks from the Continent will be barred by EU law from using British clearing houses such as the one operated by the London Stock Exchange.
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 Puzzled by the state pension maze? 10 Oct 2018, 3:21am Updated Puzzled by the state pension maze?
Before 2016, the state pension was made up of different parts. Most people would get a basic pension after making 30 years of National Insurance contributions (NICs).
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