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Keith McDonald
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Knightmarian. Alphavillean. Marvellian.
Knightmarian. Alphavillean. Marvellian.

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UK households and businesses could face the cost of banks being forced to ringfence their retail operations by 2019. But there's enough going on within the commercial lending industry to suggest that the right deals will still be available if this happens. Introducing #FundBay!

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A little piece about keeping things straight in the price-comparison space. +First Direct +Which4U.co.uk  

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Rare that we get to brag about Leicester, but it's recently been named the cheapest destination for new students. So, YEAH! +Keith McDonald

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The UK Government has made a breakthrough by getting banks to agree to a new comparison tool. But the best way to make this work is to give it to those who already specialise in comparison.

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Landlord MPs close ranks, ensuring that a bill to improve conditions for tenants fails. Just great...

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You'd like to think that our representatives in Parliament were sympathetic to the difficulties faced by private renters. But given that we foot the bill worth £5.25 million for half of them to rent high-grade flats, how likely are they to care? +Which4U.co.uk

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The new Business Banking Insight website went live on Wednesday with an opening survey into satisfaction with business bank accounts. How did your bank get on?

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Under new mortgage rules, British banks and building societies will soon have to conduct in-depth interviews with mortgage applicants. Homebuyers might have to wait for weeks to get an appointment, but +Nationwide Building Society has spotted a solution.

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Fact: UK train tickets cost a fortune (unless you're a hedge fund manager cough). But once you see how much you could save by splitting your ticket, you realise how much you're paying for the 'insurance' of a direct ticket. Shocking.

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Has anyone seen the new +TSB Bank advert yet? TSB claims it stays away from the "usual funny stuff" that other banks get up to. What do you think? Here's a review of the campaign at +Which4U.co.uk.
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