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June 18, 2018 12:28 AM Debit card payments more popular than cash

Debit card payments have overtaken cash use for the first time, new figures show, as contactless technology takes a firm hold on day-to-day spending. A total of 13.2 billion debt card payments were made last year, a rise of 14% on the previous year, according to banking trade body UK Finance. That outstripped the 13.1 billion cash payments made, as the use of notes 5

June 6, 2018 11:09 AM New banking option for Ryedale residents

RYEDALE District Council is working in partnership with Community First Credit Union to offer an alternative banking option. Residents in Ryedale can open a current account with card access and online banking facilities through the credit union. They also offer loans, savings accounts and a budgeting account which assists households to manage their monthly 7

June 5, 2018 8:15 AM Labour Remainer Owen Smith put on the spot by Humphrys over latest Brexit WHINE

David Davis meets EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels ahead of a crunch meeting of European Union leaders later this week “And historic precedents would suggest we should have had significant amounts of time already to debate this Bill. “The truth is, of course, they have already truncated the amount of time that we would have to debate 10

May 13, 2018 1:54 AM Security guards who worked overtime during the Commonwealth Games are STILL owed hundreds of dollars almost a month after the event

A number of security guard contractors who worked at the Commonwealth Games have reportedly still not been paid, despite the games wrapping up on April 15. One guard claiming he was owed $800 told the ABC he was left struggling to cover his rent after the company hiring him allegedly abruptly stopped paying him. 'It was at the point where I was behind 11

April 20, 2018 3:36 PM California Assembly backs fraud convictions for gay cure therapists

The California Assembly has passed a bill to implement fraud convictions for people who practise gay cure therapy. AB-2943, which was greenlit by state lawmakers this week, would build on the existing law to introduce a possible conviction under state law for gay ‘cure’ practitioners. The law, submitted by out lawmaker Evan Low, would amend the section 22

April 20, 2018 9:37 AM Almost one million Scottish Power customers to see bills rise

The Glasgow-based company said it would contact customers and help them to switch to lower tariffs. The Glasgow-based company becomes the third of the 'big six' energy providers to hike prices this month. It blamed the increase on rising wholesale energy costs, delivering greener electricity and upgrading meters. About 960,000 homes, one-third of the customers 16

March 5, 2018 12:00 AM Shock tax raid on pensions sees millions hit with massive bills

MILLIONS face poverty in retirement because they fail to take tax advice before plundering their pension pot. The Treasury is pocketing a £5billion windfall from unsuspecting savers in extra taxes following freedoms over retirement cash launched in 2015. Many people have chosen to drawdown their savings as they are no longer obliged to buy an annuity 20

February 26, 2018 12:16 PM Sky Sports TV DEAL: Amazing offer saves £180 and has FREE HD

Sky Sports is one of those luxury items which you sometimes have to try and justify based on whether your bills can stretch to include the added cost. Thankfully, Sky has a rather excellent offer on right now which should make the justification for splashing the cash a little bit easier. For today only, Sky are offering a special package which gives 40

February 22, 2018 11:00 AM Sean Kingston ordered to pay jewellery bill

Sean Kingston has been ordered by a judge to pay a jeweller $301,500 to settle a bill he allegedly never paid. The 'Beautiful Girls' hitmaker was sued by Aqua Master in 2016 over nine pieces of jewellery - two diamonds necklaces, two watches, a ring, and a number of gold chains - that he wore and posed for Instagram pictures in, but never paid for, and now a judge 21

February 13, 2018 1:44 AM MPs call for energy bills price cap to cut costs by £300 a year after 12million families are ripped-off

Energy bills must be capped because 12million households are being ripped off by up to £300 a year, MPs said yesterday. They insisted urgent action was needed because suppliers have been overcharging loyal and vulnerable customers for years. The Commons business, energy and industry committee backed Theresa May’s manifesto pledge for a temporary, absolute 13