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Banking scams push up UK financial fraud ‘by more than 25%’ – The Guardian

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Banking scams push up UK financial fraud 'by more than 25%'
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Financial Fraud Action UK said the biggest growth area was remote banking fraud, which typically sees fraudsters posing as bank staff in a bid to con people into sending them money via online banking. The figures published on Thursday show this type of …
The new threats driving huge spike in fraudAOL Money UK

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Microsoft Surface Book will arrive in the UK next year — more than 5 months … – Business Insider

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Microsoft Surface Book will arrive in the UK next year — more than 5 months
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Microsoft's Surface Book, the tablet/laptop hybrid, will launch in the UK sometime between March and April 2016, according to Michael Gillett, one of Microsoft's Most Valuable Professionals for apps (essentially a liason between Microsoft and developers).

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UK could adopt ‘Bitcoin’ with negative interest rates – Citywire.co.uk

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UK could adopt 'Bitcoin' with negative interest rates
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In a provocative speech addressing the future of money as well as the future of monetary policy, Haldane said policymakers had to recognise the powerful, long-term forces that continued to drive down global interest rates. Haldane warned that a recent …
Bank of England chief Andy Haldane could set NEGATIVE interest rateDaily Mail
BoE's Haldane says central bank independence should be safegLondon South East
UK may have to cut interest rates, warns Bank of England chief economistThe Guardian
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This simple graph shows why Britain’s property prices are going to get even … – Business Insider

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This simple graph shows why Britain's property prices are going to get even
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"While the UK housing market has seen some substantial volatility in demand over the last 18-months, the most consistent feature has been a distinct shortage of new instructions," said RICS Economist Michael Hanley. Instructions means people telling a …

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