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  1. FSA secures first jail term for insider dealing
  2. Solicitor and his father-in-law found guilty in FSA insider dealing case
  3. FSA bans London mortgage broker for fraud
  4. Q&A: What Dunfermline's rescue means for you
  5. Customers left in the lurch by card firms
  6. Rich investors sue Queen’s bankers
  7. World Bank warns of deep slowdown
  8. Concern over new current accounts
  9. Gordon Brown to tell bankers: follow the advice you give to your children
  10. Sub-prime lender facing £700m hit - cattles
  11. Intrum lists recession ‘luxuries’ - 01/04/2009
  12. Bank charges case to go to appeal
  13. MasterCard cuts transaction fees under threat of EU fines
  14. Repossessed homes go under the American hammer
  15. G20 to unveil $1tn boost to world economy at London summit
  16. Sub-prime lender Cattles faces £850m write-down in risk management scandal
  17. Housing market eases but first-time buyers face eye-watering interest rates
  18. Fred Goodwin 'thinking about' taking voluntary cut in £16.9m RBS pension
  19. RBS to axe more jobs ahead of investor showdown
  20. Woolwich to charge borrowers for abandoning mortgages
  21. Financial Services Authority sleeping on the job again
  22. Loan rates rise after payment protection ban
  23. OFT to focus investigation into unarranged overdraft charges on three banks
  24. AIG: Before Credit Default Swaps, There Was Reinsurance Is AIG one massive Ponzi Scam?
  25. Banks accused of charging rip-off interest rates (Telegraph 04/04/09)
  26. "Zopa": The 'savings account' paying 9% (Guardian 04/04/09)
  27. Concern over new current accounts
  28. Downvaluing leaves high fliers reeling
  29. Credit cards: Halifax and Bank of Scotland hike interest rates
  30. HSBC to recommend rivals' mortgages in branch
  31. Bankrupt Britain: 340 people go bust every day
  32. The Financial System Is A Ponzi Scheme, Interesting interview with former senior regulator
  33. Debt collectors take 30-day break , BBC, 05/04/09
  34. Boost for consumers as aggressive debt collectors reined back
  35. Alistair Darling faces £39bn hole in public finances
  36. Bailiff firm creates over 100 UK jobs
  37. The second banking crunch: regulation ends age of secrecy
  38. Holiday card charges soar
  39. Failed banks accused over showbusiness-style property auctions
  40. One million in bank charge logjam
  41. OFT to investigate unsecured consumer lending
  42. HSBC offers home loans to buyers with 10% deposit
  43. Lloyds draws up secret plans to cut 25,000 jobs
  44. Northern Rock gets tough on mortgage borrowers who have made overpayments
  45. Debt collection: an indiscriminate pursuit
  46. £995 RBS mortgage fee under fire
  47. Ecological debt: no way back from bankrupt
  48. Lloyds bank staff ‘puts frighteners’ on debtors
  49. Lenders accused of dirty mortgage tricks
  50. FSA inquiry to investigate bank bosses