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Romford borrowed more in payday loans than Leeds in 2018 19 Apr 12:04pm Romford borrowed more in payday loans than Leeds in 2018
Town took out £15m, compared with £14.7m, despite vastly smaller population, data shows The people of Romford in east London borrowed more money via payday loans in 2018 than the entire population of Leeds, according to official data. A study based on the figures named Birmingham as “the payday loan capital of the UK”, with its residents borrowing a total of £37m in 2018 as their personal finances came under pressure.
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Rockeries are back in fashion, say British garden centres 19 Apr 12:03pm Rockeries are back in fashion, say British garden centres
With many gardeners short of weeding time, rocks and alpine plants are in vogue this Easter A rockery revival is under way. A new generation of gardeners, inspired by Instagram images, are once again buying boulders to build rock gardens that had until recently been written off as an old-fashioned idea. Garden retailers and designers are reporting a comeback for rockeries, which are now viewed as low maintenance and a welcoming environment for garden wildlife.
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National Enquirer sale: newsstand mogul James Cohen to buy tabloid 19 Apr 11:32am National Enquirer sale: newsstand mogul James Cohen to buy tabloid
CEO of Hudson News will reportedly pay $100m for supermarket tabloid known for salacious stories and cozy relationship with Trump The National Enquirer’s owners have made a deal to sell the tabloid, after sparking scandal with the controversial tactics they have used to suppress stories damaging to Donald Trump.
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Let’s move to Ely, Cambridgeshire: still haunted by its past 19 Apr 11:30am Let’s move to Ely, Cambridgeshire: still haunted by its past
‘I can imagine a rather fabulous Nordic-noir inspired TV detective series being set there’
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US newsstand mogul James Cohen to buy National Enquirer 19 Apr 10:38am US newsstand mogul James Cohen to buy National Enquirer
Former head of Hudson News will reportedly pay $100m for weekly magazine The National Enquirer is being sold to the former head of a US airport newsstand chain, after a rocky year
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So what are the chances of getting £300 off Mastercard? 19 Apr 3:00am So what are the chances of getting £300 off Mastercard?
According to a former ombudsman, Mastercard owes that to pretty much everybody Mastercard charges allegedly resulted in consumers overpaying for goods in shops to the tune of £14bn, and if a class action is successful, it will mean
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Homes with stained glass windows – in pictures 19 Apr 2:00am Homes with stained glass windows – in pictures
From a converted chapel in Bristol to a Victorian church in North Yorkshire, here are some homes with colour
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