The online gambling industry has been accused of breaking consumer laws and treating customers unfairly by UK competition watchdog. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is clamping down in the industry after an eight-month investigation, which heard from 800 unhappy customers. The...
The Financial Conduct Authority have proposed stricter rules relating to pension transfers, primarily for transfers from DB to DC pension schemes. The changes will be made to the "pension freedoms" introduced in 2015, which allowed people to cash in their pension pots,...
The Bank of England announced that it would keep interest rates on hold on Wednesday, following internal division between members of its Monetary Policy Committee. Five members of the committee voted to keep rates at their current level of 0.25...
The Royal Bank of Scotland (LON:RBS) has settled a £200 million agreement with angry shareholders regarding the 2008 cash call.  This has been seen by many as a last-ditch attempt to avoid the 14-week trial and the appearance of former chief...
According to new data, the average UK rent has fallen for the first time in seven years. Rent starting in May of this year was an average of £901, down 0.3 percent of the monthly rent in May 2016. This...