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  1. £21bn of credit card debt “unenforceable”
  2. Eversheds sells recoveries business
  3. Court lets woman off £8,000 loan
  4. Banks prompted on overdraft plans (?Charges refunds?)
  5. Scottish court change ‘threatens recovery’
  6. Customers 'blamed for card fraud'
  7. HSBC boss says banks owe apology
  8. Councils attacked over bankruptcy cases - 07/10/2009
  9. Bankers guilty of insider trading
  10. Plastic card fraud falls by 23%
  11. Banks prompted on overdraft plans
  12. New bank rules issued by watchdog
  13. RBS restricts credit cards to existing customers
  14. Shopping for an overdraft? Cheque out the Bank of Tesco
  15. Credit card shopping perks are picking up
  16. Banks Face 'Unfair' Mortgage Legal Action
  17. Banks agree to 'charges clarity'
  18. Current account charges to be made clearer
  19. Mortgage protection holders to receive refunds
  20. Television advert ban for loan company offering interest rate of 2,300 per cent
  21. Home owners win right to sue banks over controversial mortgages
  22. Clydesdale Bank offers 100 per cent mortgages on new build properties
  23. Banks agree to 'charges clarity'
  24. Lloyds rights issue to avoid Labour toxic debt insurance slammed as risky
  25. Banks agree to make improvements to personal current account market in the UK - OFT
  26. OFT announces criminal charges in suspected pyramid scheme case
  27. FSA fines Seymour Pierce £154,000 for failing to prevent employee fraud
  28. FSA and firms reach agreement on MPPI
  29. This Credit Today forum question really needs a suitable reply from Caggers
  30. Test cases to impact credit industry
  31. Bailed-out banks Lloyds and RBS facing Treasury probe into loans to small businesses
  32. Interest rates 'to stay low for years'
  33. RBS Test case Result
  34. High Court decision on debt loophole dashes write-off hopes for thousands
  35. Student loan book to be sold - 12/10/2009
  36. FSA to launch Cattles share price probe
  37. Banks penalise those who play by the rules
  38. Truth will out as City regulator prepares to kill off ‘liar’s loans’
  39. Lloyds leads loyal graduate even deeper into debt
  40. Cash machines were monitored every hour during banking crisis
  41. City banker found guilty of manslaughter
  42. Royal Bank of Scotland may be told to sell 300 branches
  43. Charities hit out at Lloyds
  44. FSA makes four new appointments to the Consumer Panel
  45. Watchdog reconsiders trickle plan
  46. Goldmine Sach profit hits $3.19bn
  47. Big foreign banks operating in the UK agree to toe the line on pay
  48. Government keeps RBS on short leash
  49. Tories want to put Lord Turner in charge of curbs at the Bank
  50. City bankers 'regularly offer prostitutes to clients'