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  1. Im thinking of transferrig my daughters government child trust fund to a junior isa which also cannot be touched untill 18 years of age. Will this not affect my benefits too? Just want to double check as government website only says ctf wont affect benefits doesnt mention about junior isas which work the same too. I only claim housing benefit btw
  2. So did they take the 'hippocratic oath' or the 'hypocrite'. Seems it's not a vocation any longer but a job for lets see how much money we can squeeze out of the NHS and sod the sick.
  3. The Co-operative Bank's rescue recapitalisation needs the support of £1.05bn – or around 80pc – of the holders of £1.3bn of its junior debt or the lender could end up being nationalised. A £1bn capital injection into the bank by its parent, The Co-operative Group, is contingent on enough bondholders agreeing to the deal, the company said on Monday. If this support is not forthcoming then Co-op Bank will be back in a position of having a £1.5bn capital shortfall and this could mean the business would be nationalised. The Co-op Bank's new chief executive, Niall Booker, also plans to separa
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