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Homebuyers and long-term savers benefit, but low-income workers likely to struggle further.

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Around 10% of people are still paying for Christmas 2013, with a quarter still owing more than £500.

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The FCA warns enforcement alone will not make up for "poor practices" found in credit broking.

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Will the Experian Collections Bureau really help people in debt be "treated fairly and responsibly"?

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Young adults, private renters and those in work are now the most likely to be in poverty.

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With more than 200 different credit cards on the market, is competition working for consumers?

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Scottish Power facing sales ban after record number of customer service complaints in past year.

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Far too many renters - including students - under the impression they can't switch energy provider.

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The Warm Homes Discount scheme provided support to some 2.3 million customers last winter.

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Around half of people who complain to their energy supplier feel unfairly treated and unsatisfied.

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