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  1. There is an interesting article in The Times Business section today about a possible debt bubble within the Debt Collection Agencies. Seems ironic! Search, using your favourite search engine, - The Times with "Questions are growing about a possible bubble in the debt industry" It claims financial experts are worried about the expansion of the debt purchasing industry is creating a bubble that will soon burst. They say that most of these 'toxic' debts have scant paperwork; time barred or belong to the poorest sections of our society. Therefore, they will find realising these pote
  2. Royal Marines to be restructured in line with growing Royal Navy READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/royal-marines-to-be-restructured-in-line-with-growing-royal-navy
  3. Hi everyone, I hope someone can help me and/or point me to the right direction Just purchases a 2005 civic type s with 68k from a garage around a week ago. When test driving the car I noticed a grinding noise when pressing the brake but the salesman assured me there was no problem as the car wasn't moved for around 5 weeks. Its been a week now and I can still hear the grinding noise, something tells me its the brake pads that might be going. Other issues I am facing: Temperature gauge needle on the car is less than a quarter of the way up (normally its around the middle)
  4. Five cities in the UK have seen the average payday loan debt rise by £400 or more in just a year, new figures have shown. Research from StepChange, which was formerly the Consumer Credit Counselling Service, shows that average payday lending balances in London, Cardiff, Liverpool, Leicester and Birmingham have risen by between £397 and £563 and have reached £1,859 in the capital. "These figures offer a frightening insight into how certain communities appear particularly vulnerable to increasingly high levels of high-cost borrowing which could result in serious financial hardship,"
  5. Lenders have hit out at proposals in the European mortgage directive that will force lenders to provide an extra APR outlining the worst case scenario for borrowers. Under the proposals, every variable mortgage or fixed-rate deal under five years will need to include an APR that shows how the mortgage could have been affected based on interest rates over the previous five years. The aim is to make consumers better aware of the risks associated from interest rate fluctuations. The Financial Conduct Authority is expected to consult on the details of the change when the directive comes into
  6. What's everyone growing in there gardens this year? I have spuds, brocolli, cauliflower, onions, carrots, and leeks. Got some sweetcorn started in the Propergator too. Looking forward to later this year - new potatos and loads of butter!
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