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  1. Lloyds plunges to 3.5bn loss for 2011
  2. Continuous payments authority: know your rights
  3. Santander's mortgage affordability checks take the cake
  4. Student loans: No early repayment penalty, Cable says
  5. Payday lender MiniCredit apologises over 'threats'
  6. Northern Rock and B&B 'bad bank' is forcing us to sell homes at a loss, buy-to-let landlords claim
  7. Betrayal: Pressure mounts on Lloyds to act on all animal insurance policies
  8. Barclays Bank told by Treasury to pay 500m avoided tax
  9. Some Good News for Scottish Homeowners facing repossession
  10. 'Mortgage timebomb': RBS and NatWest make first move with rate hike for 200,000 customers - Halifax could be next
  11. The contactless card payment revolution that is failing to take off and costing YOU money
  12. Overdrafts costs soar to 40 TIMES the base rate as banks squeeze borrowers
  13. My experience with a Wonga loan
  14. Banks In Record Business Loan Write Off
  15. Dodgy 'debt' demands of US payday loan firm
  16. 'Deceitful and oppressive' payday lender Yes Loans shut down by regulator for exploiting cash-strapped customers
  17. Massive rate shock hits 100,000 MORE as Bank of Ireland and Bristol & West borrowers face 50% hike
  18. Bob Diamond to pocket 6.3m for 2011.
  19. Oft revokes cc licence of yes loans
  20. RBS investment boss to get 7.5m for 2011
  21. Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank announce mortgage rates hike.
  22. Banks' day of shame: Still won't lend to small firms...but three fat cats pocket 42m
  23. Bank of Scotland guilty of 'very serious misconduct' which led to HBOS bailout - but taxpayer stake means it faces no fi
  24. British banks hit by new mis-selling scandal
  25. The HBOS horror story is a grim read
  26. BIS Debt Management report welcomed by CFA
  27. Millions at risk of losing their homes as Britain becomes 'wild west' for payday loan lenders
  28. RBS shifts 300 UK jobs to India
  29. Britain's biggest logbook loans brand active again
  30. Bank bonuses and pay is excessive says Vince Cable
  31. 'Disbelief' as Barclays picks up 5.7m tax bill owed by boss Bob Diamond
  32. FSA tells Lloyds to 'get a grip' on pet insurance fiasco as owners make life or death decisions over their animals
  33. Yes Loans is STILL free to trade despite being stripped of its licence after a three-year inquiry
  34. HBOS escapes fine to avoid hitting the taxpayer but staff behind collapse could be held personally responsible
  35. FSA publishes censure against Bank of Scotland plc in respect of failings within its Corporate Division
  36. OFT acts to revoke Yes Loans' licence
  37. Citigroup fails USFR latest stress test along with 3 other US giants.
  38. Tesco retirement age raises from 65 to 67
  39. FSA warns on new buy-to-let fraud
  40. Households facing a debt tide, says CCCS
  41. FSA publishes an analysis of the main risks facing consumers
  42. Mortgage scheme offers buyers help up the property ladder
  43. Banks accused of foisting toxic loans on small firms that left them facing huge bills when rates fell
  44. The end of free banking? senior regulator slams it as an 'outmoded concept that doesn't really work'
  45. FSA warns over new types of insurance mis-selling
  46. Call for inquiry into bank mis-selling scandal
  47. Households have 2bn in 'emergency' cash
  48. Lloyds and RBS wield axe over another 2,000 staff
  49. Richard Branson raises cost of credit for Virgin Money card customers
  50. Virgin to charge ALL new customers 60 a year for current accounts: Branson accused of cashing in on Northern Rock deal