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One in seven retirees have no personal pension savings, Pru survey finds

By Tanya Jefferies for Thisismoney.co.uk Published: 03:20 EST, 23 May 2015 | Updated: 03:20 EST, 23 May 2015 ...

Do you need shed insurance? Millions leave theirs under-insured

Sheds are a prime target because their security is often overlookedSheds and garages are not necessarily covered by home contents insuranceValuable items such as bikes ...

Nationwide chief says bank branches are not dead yet as he oversees record profits

By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 15:51 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:39 EST, 23 May 2015 ...

MARKET REPORT: Jefferies International lifts ratings for construction blue chips Travis Perkins and Wolseley

By Jonathan Hopkins For The Daily Mail Published: 15:50 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:26 EST, 23 May 2015 ...

Chancellor takes small step towards fixing nation's finances as public sector deficit shrinks in April

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 15:51 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:25 EST, 23 May ...

Luxury watch maker Richemont becomes latest brand hurt by bribery crackdown in China

By Etain Lavelle for the Daily Mail Published: 15:51 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:24 EST, 23 May 2015 ...

Shares in Plus500 suspended for three hours on day of turmoil for spread betting website

By Peter Campbell for the Daily Mail Published: 15:50 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:19 EST, 23 May 2015 ...

ALEX BRUMMER: Thomas Cook is unlikely to be peole's first choice for a last-minute holiday this summer

By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail Published: 15:50 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:18 EST, 23 May 2015 ...

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Who will rid us of ludicrous Long Term Incentive Plans?

By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 15:50 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:16 EST, 23 May 2015 ...

George Osborne given boost as UK borrowing falls sharply in April

Borrowing 11% less than last year despite GDP growth slowdown Osborne continuing the task of reducing Britain's huge deficitTax revenues grew by 3.4% in April compared ...

Coventry BS launches new 'competitive' five-year fixed cash Isa at 2.3% - but just two years ago, that was a top 12 month rate

By Lee Boyce for Thisismoney.co.uk Published: 10:28 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 10:28 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

Travellers planning on working in Australia face 'backpacker tax'

At present, travelling workers in Oz pay no tax on income up to AU$18.2kBut from July next year, tax will be 32.5% regardless of earningsWill ...

SMALL CAP MOVERS: Investors celebrate as Amur Minerals secures production licence from Russian authorities 

By Jamie Ashcroft, Proactive Investors For This Is Money Published: 08:34 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 08:34 EST, 22 May ...

Homeowners waiting up to 28 years between house moves

Liverpool homeowners have highest period between moves at 28 yearsBelfast has lowest period of time between moves at 12 yearsOnly 35% of all homes sold ...

Petrol prices rise 3p a litre in a month and are up over 10p since February

By Jane Denton For Thisismoney Published: 03:27 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 03:46 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

Pound soars after figures show shoppers are using deflation savings to stock up before the summer holidays

By Mark Shapland For This Is Money Published: 11:26 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 03:17 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

FTSE LIVE: Footsie climbs, awaiting key central banker speeches in Europe and US

By Mark Shapland For This Is Money Published: 03:00 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 03:16 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

How hypocritical Tesco showered bosses with extraordinary perks

By Rupert Steiner for the Daily Mail Published: 16:06 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 03:08 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

Behind the scenes of Npower's customer service centre

Npower is fifth worst for customer service of the big six suppliersAdopting a 'holistic' approach to turning round customer serviceThe best time to phone is ...

MARKET REPORT: City 'Rottweiler' Martin Hughes takes his Toscafund to the forefront of another tasty takeover situation

By Geoff Foster for the Daily Mail Published: 16:06 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 03:01 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

ALEX BRUMMER: Big questions for Antony Jenkins and board of Barclays to answer about crisis management

By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail Published: 16:06 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 02:52 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

Monthly rents rise at fastest rate for five years to hit record high

Average monthly rent now at £774 - £4 higher than last OctoberLast time annual rents went up this quickly was November 2010Shelter says younger generation ...

Two-year fixed-rate mortgages race towards 1% as Yorkshire Building Society once again launches best buy deal

Yorkshire Building Society offers two-year fixed mortgage at 1.07%Comes as top fixed-rate deals have tumbled in the last 12 monthsBut despite this, mortgage lending was ...

Royal Mail hit by slowdown in parcels arm after Amazon moves more of its business elsewhere

By Peter Campbell for the Daily Mail Published: 16:06 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 02:39 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

Parents freed from poor performing Child Trust Fund flood Hargreaves Lansdown with requests to transfer to Junior Isas

By Marc Shoffman for Thisismoney.co.uk Published: 02:03 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:39 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

Four in ten FTSE 100 firms make bosses wait five years for bonuses

By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 16:06 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 02:30 EST, 22 May 2015 ...

National Grid set for winter of 'brownouts' to help keep the lights on

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 02:15 EST, 22 May 2015 | Updated: 02:15 EST, 22 May ...

Marks and Spencer to hand back £150m to investors after first profit rise in four years

By Rupert Steiner for the Daily Mail Published: 15:56 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 02:59 EST, 21 May 2015 ...

Homes with a sea view come with a 12.4% premium Savills data shows

Homes within 100m of the sea cost £25k more than those close-byDorset has most expensive coastline in Britain, Land Reg data showsIn handful of areas, ...

Is now the best time to install solar panels? Amber Rudd promises a 'solar revolution'

Energy minister Amber Rudd plans to 'unleash a new solar revolution'Cost of installation has dropped to £5,000 - £8,000Government incentives mean outlay can be made ...

ALEX BRUMMER: Osborne will use his July budget to outline how he will cut public spending

By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail Published: 15:56 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 02:48 EST, 21 May 2015 ...

FTSE LIVE: Footsie flat on Fed interest rate uncertainty while German finance minister says Greek default is now very real

By Mark Shapland For This Is Money Published: 02:43 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 02:43 EST, 21 May 2015 ...

Deflation has not been the plan all along, enjoy it while it lasts

By Simon Lambert for the Daily Mail Published: 01:00 EST, 21 May 2015 | Updated: 02:32 EST, 21 May 2015 ...

Thomas Cook backlash over disastrous handling of Corfu deaths has had no impact on bookings

By Laura Chesters For The Daily Mail Published: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 02:29 EST, 21 May 2015 ...

Barclays shares defy scandals: But chief executive Antony Jenkins is still in line of fire

By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 15:56 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 02:00 EST, 21 May 2015 ...

Food chief serving up tasty profit: Steve Rowe emerges as a frontrunner to succeed Marc Bolland at Marks & Spencer

By Rupert Steiner for the Daily Mail Published: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 16:06 EST, 20 May 2015 ...

Savers have not squandered their pension pot on Lamborghinis since new freedoms were introduced last month

By James Salmon for the Daily Mail Published: 15:56 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 15:56 EST, 20 May 2015 ...

HSBC's bid to install favoured candidate as chairman of ring-fenced bank rebuffed by regulators

By James Salmon for the Daily Mail Published: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 ...

Shares in Burberry fall 5 per cent after luxury goods giant cuts its profit guidance and issues cautious outlook for 2016

By Laura Chesters For The Daily Mail Published: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 ...

MARKET REPORT: Deutsche Bank analyst Gregg Gilbert had hearts beating faster in drugs industry when he sent note to clients entitled 'introducing PfizerKline'

By Geoff Foster for the Daily Mail Published: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 | Updated: 15:55 EST, 20 May 2015 ...

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Golfer must pay £10,000 compensation after mishit ball went 'out of control' and struck other player on the head

Stewart Muir hit slice at Bellshill Gold Club, Lanarkshire, that swung rightHe called 'fore' and two players on another whole took cover - one did ...

Amazon agrees to pay more tax in the UK

Online retail giant Amazon will start paying more tax to the TreasuryPreviously sent money out of UK by registering revenues to LuxembourgControversial system allowed it ...

The face of guilt! French bulldog evades owner's question regarding a chewed up pen by retreating through a cat-flap

The dog looks extremely guilty when its owner challenges itIt then doubles back and exits house via a cat flap in the doorThat movement is ...

How Harry inspired the new hero of children's fiction: Author turning last idea of Thunderbirds creator into books models action man born in privilege on Prince 

Gemini Force 1 is about aristocratic teen who joins global rescue agencyLead character penned by Thunderbirds writer shortly before his deathIdea has since been polished ...

Boy has a meltdown after his older sibling cruelly presents him with his dead pet

The boy says he is 'chucking the fish out', but he presents it to his brotherBrother breaks down in frenzy of shrieking after seeing the departed ...

Town stalked by giant 2m tall, 95 KILO kangaroo who emerges from the bushes to terrorise dog-walkers and golfers

Residents of Brisbane neighbourhood stalked by a giant kangarooThe animal is two meter tall and said to weigh up to 95 kilograms Spotted in playgrounds, walking ...

Six-figure 'golden parachutes' to be halted with George Osborne set to cap public sector payouts at £95,000

Cap to be introduced in Enterprise Bill, announced in Queen's SpeechBBC will be immune from the cap, despite payouts to failed executivesOnly workers earning less ...

'We fought when we last saw each other but I did NOT order his murder': Brother of Alps murder victim again insists he had nothing to do with unsolved shooting

Zaid al-Hilli dismissed claims he ordered massacre as 'absolute nonsense'His brother Sadd was shot alongside his wife and mother-in-law in the AlpsZaid said he was ...

Painting discovered among huge Nazi art trove to be sold for £500,000 after being returned to its rightful heir - who saw it seized the morning after Kristallnacht 

Two Riders on a Beach was taken by the Nazis after Kristallnacht in 1938David Toren, 13, watched as painting was seized from Jewish great unclePainting ...

Grandmother visits the doctor to complain about her hay fever and blocked sinuses only to discover she has a very rare form of NOSE cancer

When Carol Tyrrell had a blocked nose she assumed it was her hay feverBut after her nose swelled, a doctor told her it was an ...