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Can you claim pension credit and get a free TV licence next year? 16 Jun 5:43pm Updated Can you claim pension credit and get a free TV licence next year?
Only the poorest pensioners - those who claim pension credit - will be allowed to continue to watch the public service broadcaster's television channels for free.
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RUTH SUNDERLAND: Unfair pay for Woodford shows gulf between savers and money managers is too wide 16 Jun 3:47pm RUTH SUNDERLAND: Unfair pay for Woodford shows gulf between savers and money managers is too wide
The whole point of investment funds is that they are supposed to democratise the stock market. Whether they have actually done that is debatable.
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The Terminator helps fire up a £10bn last dash for PPI refunds as the crunch deadline looms 16 Jun 3:46pm The Terminator helps fire up a £10bn last dash for PPI refunds as the crunch deadline looms
Customers claimed £334 million in April ahead of the August 29 deadline, according to new figures from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
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Superdrug sales shine with revenues up 3.3% as the chain benefits from a vegan beauty boom  16 Jun 3:45pm Superdrug sales shine with revenues up 3.3% as the chain benefits from a vegan beauty boom 
Profits at the chain, which has 816 outlets, fell by 5 per cent to £88.3 million. Bosses hailed 'pleasing results in challenging times' - a nod to the turmoil on the high street.
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Listed companies in the UK are the first foreign firms to sell shares in China 16 Jun 3:45pm Listed companies in the UK are the first foreign firms to sell shares in China
The London-Shanghai Stock Connect will allow British companies to raise funds in Shanghai, and vice versa. More than 250 firms listed in Shanghai may be eligible to take part in Stock Connect.
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Why WAS fallen fund giant Neil Woodford allowed to invest in firms run by his circle of associates?  16 Jun 7:46am Updated Why WAS fallen fund giant Neil Woodford allowed to invest in firms run by his circle of associates? 
Analysis by The Mail on Sunday found that a number of the stock picks that Woodford made can be linked to individuals from the fund manager's close circle of associates.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: The diagnosis? Renalytix is a healthy investment free from Woodford Disease 16 Jun 7:30am Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS: The diagnosis? Renalytix is a healthy investment free from Woodford Disease
Neil Woodford's interest in early-stage healthcare firms was once widely praised. Now he faces criticism for his selection, not least because many of them are not even quoted businesses.
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STOCK MARKET WATCHLIST: An age-old question for Just Group - should we sell up? 16 Jun 6:55am Updated STOCK MARKET WATCHLIST: An age-old question for Just Group - should we sell up?
Just Group's shares have slumped almost 60 per cent in a year following regulatory changes that forced the company to raise fresh equity and debt.
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My battle plan to fix broken investment industry for customers, NOT fat cats 16 Jun 5:56am Updated My battle plan to fix broken investment industry for customers, NOT fat cats
Jeff Prestridge says generating wealth from a portfolio of investments has never been easier thanks to online dealing services and the plethora of opportunities available.
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CASH IN THE ATTIC: A signed first edition of James Joyce novel Ulysses could bag you £275k 16 Jun 5:11am CASH IN THE ATTIC: A signed first edition of James Joyce novel Ulysses could bag you £275k
Today is Bloomsday - the day in 1904 that the character Leopold Bloom walked the streets of Dublin in the James Joyce novel Ulysses. A first edition of this sold for £275,000 a decade ago.
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Why Barnardo girl Esther McVey, who tried to become PM, keeps her savings locked away in the bank 16 Jun 5:03am Updated Why Barnardo girl Esther McVey, who tried to become PM, keeps her savings locked away in the bank
Defeated Tory leadership candidate Esther McVey would drastically reduce Britain's foreign aid budget so she could spend extra on schools and the police if she became Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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TONY HETHERINGTON: The pet passport firm that should be in the dog house  16 Jun 5:01am TONY HETHERINGTON: The pet passport firm that should be in the dog house 
One reader wasn't impressed with the service they received from a company in Slough called Passport for Pets. The firm refused any refund after their dog was diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Treatment for stomach cancer from Creo Medical revives shares too 16 Jun 4:55am Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Treatment for stomach cancer from Creo Medical revives shares too
Midas recommended Creo, based in Chepstow in South Wales, in December 2016, when the shares were 81p. Today they are £1.94 and brokers believe they have significantly further to go.
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This woman is crusading against the cashless society - so, could she become the saviour of cash? 16 Jun 4:53am Updated This woman is crusading against the cashless society - so, could she become the saviour of cash?
Natalie Ceeney is the author of the recent 'Access To Cash Review' report which highlighted the dangers of the country's relentless march towards a cashless society.
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Titan of the stock market Xavier Rolet finally speaks out 16 Jun 4:30am Updated Titan of the stock market Xavier Rolet finally speaks out
The 59-year-old is now chief executive of CQS, the asset management firm of Sir Michael Hintze, a billionaire Tory party donor. The Mail on Sunday met him at CQS's swanky London HQ.
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Betfred owners cash in on a £10m jackpot, despite the firm making a £40.7m loss 16 Jun 4:28am Updated Betfred owners cash in on a £10m jackpot, despite the firm making a £40.7m loss
The betting giant, led by 76-year-old chief executive Fred Done, has now lost £69.4 million in two years, blaming a Government crackdown on controversial fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
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M&S shares hit ten-year low in tie-up with Ocado 16 Jun 4:24am Updated M&S shares hit ten-year low in tie-up with Ocado
The shares closed at £2.16 last week - their lowest level since January 2009, during the financial crisis. The group tapped £600 million from investors to fund its recent deal.
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Bribery probe into the U.S. investor behind UK Addiction Treatment Centres sparks talk of a sale 16 Jun 4:23am Updated Bribery probe into the U.S. investor behind UK Addiction Treatment Centres sparks talk of a sale
City sources said UK Addiction Treatment Centres, also known as UKAT, and its backer, US-based Eli Global, have been sounding out financial advisers about 'strategic options'.
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Heirs to the KP Nuts fortune are hit by a second successive shareholder rebellion over pay  16 Jun 4:22am Updated Heirs to the KP Nuts fortune are hit by a second successive shareholder rebellion over pay 
Investors holding 27 per cent of shopping centre owner London & Associated Properties voted against the re-election of Sir Michael Heller as a director.
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