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  1. 50,000 pet owners face crippling vet bills - Halifax and LTSB pull out of the Pet insurance market
  2. Halifax in the dog house over Pet insurance withdrawal - Compensation will only be made to the very persistent!
  3. Hackers crack new online banking security putting 25m people at risk
  4. Financial Services Authority could stop sale of Lloyds branches to the Co-op
  5. The payday lender with a 2,120% interest rate targeting pet owners with poorly animals
  6. Money Mail victory over RBS for targeting dying man who signed away £500,000 on pension that would never pay out.
  7. Banks told to charge £5 a month for Facebook apps and 'virtual vaults' that could sound death knell for free banking in
  8. Hays Discloses RBS Pay Deals
  9. OFT takes action against online subscription operator
  10. New Cheaper and Easier Alternative to ‘Free’ Banking
  11. Secure Trust Bank signs deal with Callcredit
  12. Lloyds Banking Group to shed 1,000 jobs
  13. Lloyds 'casino banking' boss Truett Tate is paid £656,000 for doing nothing
  14. Clydesdale Bank owner announces strategic review
  15. Clydesdale Bank owner announces strategic review
  16. Give your card some credit
  17. BBA calls for a better national banking debate6
  18. Delivering a twin peaks regulatory model within the FSA
  19. Thousands face interest-only mortgage crunch due to tough lending checks
  20. Watchdog bans 'misleading' NatWest adverts promising to stay local as it shuts down rural branches
  21. EXPOSED: How banks are charging thousands of voluntary groups outrageous fees
  22. Payday loan companies face tougher regulation over high interest rates
  23. RBS bankers arrested in tax probe
  24. Small Claims to increase to £10,000
  25. Debt Collection - supplementary consultation
  26. Moody's targets Barclays, RBS and HSBC for potential credit downgrades
  27. Open up or face competition inquiry, OFT boss warns big banks
  28. Accountant stole £500,000 to fund mistress and wife extravagance.
  29. Could payday loans be the next mis-selling scandal?
  30. Government to regulate bailiffs
  31. Banks under fire for 'exorbitant' overseas card fees
  32. Barclays launches mobile phone money transfer app
  33. Interest-only mortgages: Lloyds and Halifax tighten lending criteria
  34. Government announces legal regulation of bailiffs
  35. 'Cheaper, quicker and less daunting’ justice
  36. FSA secures €77,000 for victims of boiler room fraud
  37. Drydens and Fairfax to merge
  38. DCA placed into liquidation
  39. Failing banks leave one in ten customers more unhappy than a year ago, despite customer service promises
  40. RBS eases pain of bonus cut and pay freeze with steep rise to investment banker salaries
  41. Computer says no! Frustrated Santander customer frozen out of account because he said he lived at number eight, not 0.8
  42. Overseas bank fees rip-off revealed: How some banks charge a third more for a simple purchase
  43. RBS 'deliberately' doubled losses to £2bn in 'Alice in Wonderland' accounting
  44. Barclays clocks up 1,500 complaints a day
  45. Santander fined £1.5 million for failing to clarify FSCS cover on structured products
  46. Secured lender Log Book Loans in administration
  47. Money Advice Service reveals new debt tackling measures
  48. Budget airlines pocketing £265,000 a DAY in rip-off debit and credit card fees
  49. OFT launches review into payday lending
  50. Lloyds plunges to £3.5bn loss for 2011