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Britons searching for government financial help

31 March 2009

A new survey has revealed that the UK public is keen for the government to secure a global deal on how to tackle the world’s debt problem ahead of the impending G20 summit. Prime Minister Gordon Brown is currently touring the world’s leading nations in a bid to encourage spending in order to kick-start the […]

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Rising cost of living leaving workers vulnerable

31 March 2009

UK consumers could be facing greater debt as the price of imported goods rises against a backdrop of falling wages and property prices. The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) has revealed that inflation unexpectedly rose last month from 3% to 3.2%, largely due to the increasing cost of items brought in from abroad. Toys, fruit and […]

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UK heading for savings crisis?

31 March 2009

Britain is facing a savings crisis a leading price comparison website has warned, with 24% of the nation admitting to having no cash put away in case of financial emergency. With growing redundancies and increasing economic strains, having a savings cushion is now more crucial than ever. However, recent falling interest rates have hit savers […]

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Bank of England warns against public spending

30 March 2009

The governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, has warned that further government spending is not the answer to solving Britain’s debt problems. In a Treasury committee meeting, King advised against the logic of alleviating debt by spending more, given that recent stimulus packages have resulted in high levels of arrears within the country. […]

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Britons stretching wages further

30 March 2009

British workers are making their salaries stretch further each month by savvier spending and by better debt management, according to a new survey by Abbey. The study revealed that the average monthly wage of £25,100 now goes 7% further for most Britons, as people cut back on daily essentials in order to tackle their debts […]

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Honda encourages redundancies to ensure its survival

30 March 2009

As the credit crunch takes hold and the British motor industry reaches crisis point, with falling demand for vehicles leading to crippling debts, workers at Honda’s factory are facing pay cuts or voluntary redundancy packages as the manufacturer tries to ensure its survival. The plant’s director Dave Hodgetts sent a letter to all the staff […]

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British borrowing could reach record levels

29 March 2009

A leading economic think-tank has predicted that government borrowing over the next few years will greatly exceed previous predictions if Britain’s finances are to get back on track. The Ernst & Young Item Club claims that public finances are deteriorating at a rapid rate, as personal debt becomes a greater issue and consumer spending power […]

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Car market faces a record drop in production levels

29 March 2009

The car market is one of the worst hit industries by consumer cutbacks as the result of the recession, and new data released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has shown that vehicle production saw a record drop over the last month. As Britons struggle with debt and increasing day-to-day financial constraints, […]

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Scottish building society could face government bailout

28 March 2009

Scotland’s biggest building society, Dunfermline Building Society, may be facing a government bailout in order to tackles its debts. Despite the organisation insisting that it is currently carrying on as per normal – claiming that it refuses to comment on rumour or speculation – several media outlets have reported that Dunfermline is experiencing problems with […]

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Millions frightened of losing their homes

28 March 2009

As Britain continues to fight financial troubles, almost six million homeowners have admitted that they fear their property may be repossessed. Increasing debt and rising unemployment levels have left many families across the UK in monetary dire straits in 2009, and new research from Which? has revealed that millions of homeowners are concerned that the […]

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