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Free money for millennials in new UK government budget – MarketWatch

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Free money for millennials in new UK government budget
MarketWatch
Anyone between the ages of 18 and 40 in the U.K. — meaning mostly millennials, but also some youngish Generation Xers — has just become eligible to sock away money for retirement or a home purchase in a new vehicle called a Lifetime ISA. ISA stands …
Budget 2016: If George Osborne is giving me free money, why would I need a pension?Telegraph.co.uk
Weekly Money: the personal finance stories we noticed 14 to 18 MarchThe Independent
Steve Webb: Lifetime ISA means working until you dropAOL Money UK
This is Money –Mirror.co.uk
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EU claims diplomatic immunity after using UK aid money to ‘meddle in the Middle East’ – Daily Mail

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Daily Mail
EU claims diplomatic immunity after using UK aid money to 'meddle in the Middle East'
Daily Mail
The EU is claiming diplomatic immunity after using taxpayers' money to build unauthorised settlements and roads on Israeli parts of the West Bank, MailOnline can reveal. An Israeli NGO launched legal action after photographing EU flags flying above …

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Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC’s (VM) Buy Rating Reaffirmed at Numis Securities Ltd – The Vista Voice

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Risers & Fallers
Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC's (VM) Buy Rating Reaffirmed at Numis Securities Ltd
The Vista Voice
Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC logo Numis Securities Ltd reiterated their buy rating on shares of Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (LON:VM) in a report published on Thursday, Analyst Ratings.Net reports. The firm currently has a GBX 490 ($6.93) price …
Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (VM) PT Raised to GBX 460Financial Market News
Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC 22.5% Potential Upside Indicated by NomuraDirectorsTalk Interviews
Are Analysts Bearish Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (LON:VM SmallCapWired.com

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Blue Monday: bad science meets terrible financial advice – AOL Money UK

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AOL Money UK
Blue Monday: bad science meets terrible financial advice
AOL Money UK
… people can revisit what they are spending each month, take sensible steps to cut their costs (through things like shopping around for utilities, moving onto a form of debt with lower charges, and trying a budget supermarket), and start to pay the
Blue Monday: How to make your money last until paydayMirror.co.uk
Blue Monday: Londoners disagree with claims that Monday is the unhappiest day Evening Standard

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