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  1. Banking with a clean slate
  2. The Walker Review: turning recommendations into action
  3. New credit card protection agreed
  4. Why bend to the plastic providers?
  5. OFT Significant improvements in unarranged overdrafts build on progress in PCA market
  6. Banks may offer opt-out from unauthorised overdrafts
  7. Banks may offer overdraft opt-out
  8. Cartel Client Review closed down by Ministry of Justice
  9. MOJ - Cartel Client Review Ltd
  10. Barclaycard starts rewards scheme for eight million customers
  11. Small businesses fleeced by new bank charges
  12. Should you pay £15 to ditch bank charges for good?
  13. Lloyds accused of avoiding tax to artificially boost profits
  14. Final victory for banks as OFT fails to impose limit on charges
  15. FSA to recruit 460 new staff to beef up regulatory powers
  16. USA - Overdraft Fees Suit Stays Alive in Federal Court
  17. Banker Bob's £63m jackpot: Anger and disgust as scale of City fat-cat culture hits new record
  18. MBNA drops credit card cheques
  19. Crackdown on 'phoenix' insolvency deals
  20. Barclays blamed for the collapse of Red Driving School
  21. Coventry finalises deal to take over Stroud & Swindon
  22. Transparency on card fees...but at a price
  23. You will pay for credit card shake-up
  24. Skipton risks action over broken promise
  25. Know your new rights in the great credit card clampdown
  26. Arrested, cuffed, shop emptied... for £193 debt
  27. Budget deal for the banks will hit firms but 'lets them off the hook'
  28. Metro Bank bargains on a good future
  29. Bailed out banks promise to lend struggling customers £100bn
  30. BBA - Response to Cameron's bank tax proposals
  31. RBS and Lloyds 'to change lending targets to business'
  32. Budget 2010: Plans to provide bank accounts for all
  33. Aktiv Kapital settles out of court - 24/03/2010
  34. Finance boss spent £104,000 on lapdances at Spearmint Rhino... with company credit card
  35. Banks oppose FSA over plan to ban ‘liars’ loans’
  36. Q&A: Basic bank accounts
  37. Crackdown on credit cards begins at last
  38. Wife wins mortgage appeal after husband's affair
  39. Financial Services Authority to ban commissions for advisers
  40. Fred the Shred’s banker, the man who said ‘yes’ to ABN Amro, heads for his garden
  41. FSA 'insider trading' charges expected
  42. Banking reform called for by Treasury Committee
  43. Post Office to offer 'super-size' mortgages to first-time buyers with only a 10% deposit
  44. US Treasury to sell Citigroup shares
  45. Budget 2010 for banking: Basic account helps me to keep control
  46. Banks selling risky financial products to pensioners come under scrutiny
  47. RBS fined £28.6m for breaking competition rules
  48. OFT sets out its plan for the year - 29/03/2010
  49. Bank tax 'must be international', Alistair Darling says
  50. UK bank lending the key to economic recovery