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With the issue of banker's bonuses still attracting the major headlines, the story of just one singular fat cat is far more heart warming.
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Car buyers have been warned to think carefully about their choice of colour for their new motor after an online used car retailer revealed that garish shades can shave hundreds of pounds off its re-sale value.
The Financial Services Authority has introduced tough new measures to protect homeowners who fall into arrears.
A lovesick twentysomething from south London has come up with a novel way of mending his broken heart - by covering his white Fiat 500 in bright pink nail varnish.
The value of taking out an income protection insurance package has been brought to light with the news that car giant General Motors is to close a factory in Belgium with the loss of over 2,000 jobs.
A council has urged drivers to take note of road-closed signs as north Herefordshire was hit by widespread flooding.
The Beckhams have spent £2,000 on flying David's British Bulldog to their Los Angeles home, it has been revealed.
Motorists are waiting to see what impact a new quota system for the car scrappage scheme has on their policies, in particularly their car value protector schemes.
The agency responsible for vehicle licensing and testing in the UK has revealed an MOT 'failure table' of the country's most popular cars and vans.
Property prices fell in most areas of the North East last month, indicating that the housing market in some regions continue to suffer despite the national trend towards recovery.
A dog is recovering after it fell through a frozen lake in Leicestershire.
A charity has condemned the 'battery farming' of dogs and claims many owners are unaware of their dog's background.
The cost of property rose for the sixth month in a row in December with house prices ending 2009 1.1% higher than they started it, figures showed.
Average petrol prices have risen above £5 a gallon for the first time in 15 months, the AA said today.
Those in the public sector earn nearly 10% more than those in the private sector, it has been reported.
Estimates on the cost of the stamp duty holiday, introduced in September 2008, suggest the scheme has not been as successful as the Government would have hoped.
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