Britons have revealed that they would rather talk about their weight than their personal finances.
A study has suggested that it is a myth that millennials are spending their limited finances on “posh coffees”.
Over 40 per cent of Britons have admitted to wishing they concentrated more on maths when they were in school, a study has found.
The Financial Conduct Authority plans to overhaul how banks charge customers for overdrafts
The Bank of England has said that a prominent UK scientist will feature on its new £50 note, and are calling on the public to put forward nominations.
A report says people should be given £10,000 when they turn 25 to address wealth inequality between generations
Nearly eight out of 10 companies and public sector bodies pay men more than women as deadline passes
Analysis of comparable prices in mainland Europe makes the picture even bleaker
You might be hunting for a new £10 note today, but it's important to check that it's a genuine note
Computer scientists Lara Yaldo and Lior Shamir researched the wages of 6,082 European professional football players
Joseph Fannin, Francis Maughan and Jolene Mahon distracted elderly people in order to steal from them
Baron John Bird says the prison system mainly works against people and the school system has failed
Oonagh Grant was caught in 2011 after she stole more than £63,000. In 2013 she changed her name to Frances Bernadette Grant and stole from companies again
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