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  1. Justice Secretary announces victim compensation scheme review, scraps unfair rule READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/justice-secretary-announces-victim-compensation-scheme-review-scraps-unfair-rule
  2. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2015/nov/25/spending-review-george-osborne-autumn-statement- No doubt this will be good news for quite a few people.
  3. The Money Advice Service has scrapped its target to reach over 11 million people by 2016/17 in order to concentrate on changing consumers’ financial behaviour. In February 2012, former MAS chief executive Tony Hobman set an ambitious growth target for the MAS to go from 1.3 million MAS users in 2011/12 to more than 11 million by 2016/17. Hobman, who received a £350,000 pay package, quit last July. His successor, former Department of Work and Pensions director of private pensions Caroline Rookes, joined MAS in February. In an interview with Mortgage Strategy’s sister title Money Marketing,
  4. HSBC has stopped offering Sharia-compliant mortgage products following a strategic review of the bank’s businesses, according to The Times. According to the paper, HSBC is scrapping Islamic loans and bank accounts for personal customers in Britain and several other countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Bangladesh. A spokesman says: “Sharia mortgages are a very small business line for us in the UK. This is part of a strategic review of all our businesses.” HSBC began offering Sharia-compliant home loans in 2003. The products account for 21,000 of HSBC’s 16 million bank
  5. Barclaycard is axing its loyalty points scheme 'Freedom', giving customers two months to redeem their rewards. Barclaycard said that the scheme – which is available to the majority of its 12 million customers – is being scrapped because it wants to focus on 'other product development'. http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-2148253/Barclaycard-scraps-Freedom-loyalty-scheme-giving-customers-months-redeem-points.html
  6. Barclaycard is axing its loyalty points scheme 'Freedom', giving customers two months to redeem their rewards. Barclaycard said that the scheme – which is available to the majority of its 12 million customers – is being scrapped because it wants to focus on 'other product development'. Customers will have until July 26 to spend their points and any unused rewards after this time will be paid back automatically to most customers – as long as they’ve used their card in the last six months and have a balance of £3 or more. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-21482
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